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Dog Areas in Farmers Branch

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Farmers Branch is a city in Texas that's also a major suburb of Dallas, and nearly 35,000 people live there. Its proximity to Dallas also makes Farmers Branch a popular choice for people who commute to work in Dallas every day. Although the city takes up only 12 square miles, it has 28 city parks in that space, so Farmers Branch has garnered the nickname "City in a Park." Of course, dog owners love living in a city with so many parks to explore! None of these parks are off-leash parks, but many of them have walking paths that are ideal for taking a leisurely stroll with your pooch when they're on a leash. 

One of the biggest parks in town is Farmers Branch Park, a 14-acre park with amenities for everyone in your family to enjoy. There's a trail in Farmers Branch Park that's 0.56-miles long, which is a great length for a dog walk! There are also sports fields, picnic facilities, playgrounds, and shelters that make for handy spots to host family and community events. While there are dozens of on-leash walking opportunities in Farmers Branch, there are also several off-leash dog parks nearby that just take a short drive to get to with your pup!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Farmers Branch

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    Population Density 4,616/sq mi

    #1 Southeast Arlington

    Southeast Arlington, Texas is a half-hour drive from Farmers Branch. In this area, you'll find the Tails N' Trails Dog Park. This doggy paradise has big and small dog sections, and both areas are fenced. Both areas also feature lots of open green space for running around, as well as wooded areas you can explore with your dog. The big and small dog sections have seating areas, shade, water fountains, and waste disposal supplies to keep the park in such good shape. The park is open every day, but be advised that it's closed Tuesday mornings for regular maintenance.
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    Population Density 12,288/sq mi

    #2 Southwest Addison

    The Les Lacs Linear Dog Park in southwest Addison, Texas is only a 10-minute drive from Farmers Branch, and it's sure to become a new favorite. Les Lacs Linear Park is the largest park in Addison, and in addition to the dog park, the park has sports fields, a garden, playgrounds, tennis and basketball courts, and it connects to the 2.5-mile Redding Trail Loop. This trail is a great place to go for a walk on a leash with your dog. For off-leash fun, the Les Lacs Linear Park has a fenced-in space with big and small dog sections, drinking water, seating, and pet waste disposal supplies.
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    Population Density 5,051/sq mi

    #3 Bear Creek Parkway North

    Euless is a city in Texas that's only about a 15-minute drive from Farmers Branch. More than 50,000 people live here, and in the northern quadrant of Euless sits the Euless Dog Park. This special place has sections for dogs under 40 pounds, as well as an area for bigger dogs. The Euless Dog Park is known for being clean and well-maintained, and the park provides waste disposal supplies to make sure it stays that way. There are drinking water stations as well as dog wash stations, and the park has a double-gated entry system. Surrounding the off-leash park are miles of trails you can trek with your dog if they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 2,126/sq mi

    #4 Northeast Allen

    Allen is a city in Texas with a population of around 100,000 people, and it's about 20 miles from Farmers Branch. In the northeastern quadrant of Allen, there's a dog park called Canine Commons that you and your dog are both sure to fall in love with in no time! Canine Commons has fenced big and small dog sections with a double-gated entry system, and the surface of the park is primarily comprised of mulch which helps keep doggy paws clean. There are also trees planted throughout the park that provide shade on hot days, and water fountains for both humans and dogs to use.
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    Population Density 2,852/sq mi

    #5 Valley View Ln

    Irving is a city in Texas with a population of around 240,000 people, and it's just a few minutes from Farmers Branch. In the western Irving area sits the city's namesake dog park. The Irving Dog Park is a large dog park with separate sections for big and small dogs, and it's open every day from sunrise to sunset. There are shade shelters and seating for your convenience in the park, and there are even WiFi spots so you're always connected. Irving Dog Park has water fountains, waste disposal supplies, and plenty of trees. The different sections of the park are rotated regularly to allow regrowth.
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