Dog walking in Lampasas

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Cherrell JLampasas, TX 76550

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Well hello, my name is Cherrell, but you can call me Rell. I was born and raised in Columbia, SC, where I am known as the “Cat Lover,” but most of all an “Animal Lover”! I’ve gained my experience through childhood with my own pets, as well as the neighborhood pets. Everyone trusts me with their fur-baby because I believe animals deserve to be protected and loved as if they were human.

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Demornay GLampasas, TX 76550

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Hi! My name is Demornay and I absolutely love all types of dogs! I have two big dogs of my own that I love to walk now! I’ve also grown up with dogs ranging from small to large and I’m excited to meet your fur baby! Yes that’s right I called your special PUP your fur baby because just like any other they are part of the family! So let’s get these dogs to walk’n!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Dog Walking in Lampasas

Lampasas is a furiendly city that you will find sitting proudly in Lampasas County, Texas. This puptown has some puptastic dog friendly oppawtunities that you have got to check out when you are in town! To keep your pup happy and healthy, there are five veterinary clinics and animal hospitals in Lampasas that you can visit.

One of the best places to bring your furry friend for some exercise is the Cooper Spring Nature Park! This is a furrific place to visit when the sun is out since there are a lot of sniff-tastic and shaded trails through the woods. You can go exploring with your canine who is sure to love all of the new scents and sights of nature. There is also open space for a game of fetch here. In addition, there are restrooms and a parking lot that you can use.

Another puptastic place for pooches is Gunderland Park! This pawsome green spot in town offers endless grass where your canine can run and roam to burn some excitable energy. In addition, there is a barking good walking trail that you can follow to stretch you and your pup’s legs.

So, what are you waiting for? You can come and have a pawsome time with your pooch in the puptown of Lampasas!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lampasas

Badgers

48
Population Density
308 per sq. mi.

Badgers

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When you are in Lampasas, be sure to head to the College Street Park! Enjoy this one acre of grass where you can play fetch with your pooch and enjoy some exercise in the fresh air. In addition, there is playground equipment for the kids. Another puptastic place is Hannah Springs Park! Here you can wander around the sniff-tastic walking trail with your pup, as well as let your canine run around on the open grass. There is plenty of seating to relax, with a sculpture garden you can visit. If you get hungry, head to Eve’s Café on the Square for a bite to eat. Dig into some delicious German cuisine, as well as spend time with your beloved companion at one of the two outdoor tables.

South Lampasas

36
Population Density
160 per sq. mi.

South Lampasas

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Every canine loves a trip to the park, which means that you have got to visit W.M. Brook Park when you are in Lampasas! This is a pawsome place where you can enjoy a leisurely stroll down beside the river, and your furry friend can even make a splash. Do some fishing in the river, or check out the playground for the kids, picnic area and restrooms. Another furrific spot in town is Hancock Springs Park! Here you can let your canine bound around on the grass and enjoy a game of fetch. Other sniff-tastic amenities include a swimming pool, playground, volleyball court and picnic area.

Five Hills

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Population Density
556 per sq. mi.

Five Hills

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For a pawsome day out with your pooch, head to the east of Lampasas to the puptown of Copperas Cove! Here you will find the puptastic Dairy Queen where you can get your paws into some delicious hot dogs, chicken, sandwiches, burgers and ice cream cones. If you canine has been a good boy or girl, you can also order a special Pup Cup! There are outdoor tables here where you are free to sit down and enjoy your food with your beloved companion - bone-a-petit! If you are looking for somewhere dog friendly to stay this side of town, check in to the Super 8. Here you are welcome to bring two furry friends to stay of any size for only a small additional fee per night.

Copper Hill Estates

12
Population Density
1,227 per sq. mi.

Copper Hill Estates

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For an adventure with your beloved companion, jump in the car and head on over to the puptown of Copperas Cove! Here you will find the pawsome Copperas Hill Estates Park where you can retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy some quality time with your pup. There is a sniff-tastic walking trail here that you can explore with your furry friend that stretches the whole length of the park. In addition, there is a playground for the kids. Just be sure to bring some fresh water and treats for your canine when it is hot outside.

Little

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Population Density
1,099 per sq. mi.

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Not far from Lampasas, you will find the pawsome puptown of Copperas Cove! This is a furrific place to bring your canine for the day since it is home to Heritage Park. Here there is plenty of open green grass where your furry friend can run around and burn some excitable energy. You can enjoy a game of fetch, as well as practice training here since it is quiet. Check out the playground equipment for the kids, and picnic tables where you can relax and enjoy a treat with your pup.