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Dog Areas in Fresno, TX

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The city of Fresno, Texas got its name from a settler who came to Texas from Fresno, California. This town used to be surrounded by cotton plantations which provided work and supplies for the city. It is an unincorporated city and, over the years, its population has grown thanks the expansion of Houston, Texas.

This city has plenty of interesting historic sites as well as a few fun opportunities for you and your canine friend, including a park. Unfortunately, since Fresno is quite small, it doesn't have as much to offer pet owners as other nearby cities, including muttropolitan Houston.

However, if you and Fido need a place to rest your weary heads, Fresno has got you covered with more than 300 AirBnB rentals. While many rentals don't charge extra fees for pets to stay, keep in mind that pet policies vary based on the host's preferences. Be sure to check the pet policy of your chosen rental before you book.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Fresno, TX

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    Population Density 19,069/sq mi

    #1 Central Fresno


    This pawesome neighborhood is home to the Fresno, TX Dog Park. This dog park is fenced in and your pup will love the grassy surface under his paws. There are certain areas where your fur baby can be off the leash, and other areas where your pup will need to be on the leash. These areas are marked for your convenience. Seating and shade trees are available for owners and pets. There is an array of agility equipment for your pooch to play on. Your canine pal will also enjoy making other canine friends here! Keep in mind you will need to bring your own supplies for cleaning up after your pooch. 

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,344/sq mi

    #2 Addicks


    This dog-friendly Houston neighborhood has a dog park with everything your canine friend will love. The Congressman Bill Archer Bark Park is a large, off-leash dog park that is fenced in. This park has very high ratings by dog owners who have visited here with their fur babies. There are benches and shade trees available for pets and owners to enjoy. There are two areas for your pooch to roam around: a larger area and a smaller area. Your pooch will love romping on the agility equipment and making new friends. There is also a walking path for you and your canine friend to explore on-leash. An added bonus is that there's a pond here where your pooch can make a splash! The park provides wash stations at the gates for your convenience; just bring towels to dry off. You will want to remember to bring water and doggy waste bags for cleanup as well.

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    Population Density 2,888/sq mi

    #3 Washington Ave./Memorial Park


    Looking for something a little different from your average dog park? Hop in the car and drive 19 miles to this Houston neighborhood, where you'll find The Houston Arboretum & Nature Center. Exploring this place will be a blast for you and your pooch! Your canine pal will need to stay on his leash, and you will need to bring plenty of water with you. Your pooch will love exploring all the different scents on the many walking trails that are available. There are plenty of trees for shade and a small pond as well. Put on your walking shoes, grab your pup’s leash and come out for a scenic view in nature.

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 5,502/sq mi

    #4 Greenway/Upper Kirby


    This neighborhood is located about 19 miles from Fresno, and has a great place for you and your pooch to visit. The Danny Jackson Bark Dog Park is like an amusement park for your dog. This large, off-leash dog park has a lot of fun amenities for your pup to enjoy. It is fully fenced in and also has a separate area for smaller dogs. There are swimming ponds for your canine pal to make a splash in, and there are fire hydrants for added fun. The park provides water spigots for thirsty pups, but you will need to bring your own supplies for cleaning up after your pal. Seating and shade trees are provided for owners and pets to enjoy. If your pet gets muddy, you can use the hoses outside to wash them off; just remember to bring towels with you.

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    Population Density 2,515/sq mi

    #5 University Blvd


    This pawesome neighborhood is located 18 miles from Fresno, Texas and has a great dog park for you and your canine pal to visit. The Pawm Springs Dog Park is a large, off-leash dog park with plenty of room for your pooch to run around. Your fur baby will love rolling around in the soft green grass under the shade trees. There are also benches and lawn chairs for owners for added comfort. A separate area for smaller breeds to enjoy their time here is also available. Your pooch will love to take a swim in the pond here! If he gets dirty, don't worry ; there are rinse stations to get all the sand out of his fur. Something to keep in mind is that the pond and park are cleaned on Mondays.

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