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Dog Areas in Mcallen

24 Parks
7 Trails
4 Shops
14 Eateries
10 Groomers

Located on the border of Mexico, McAllen is a wonderful metro area where dogs and their owners can find a variety of activities. This family and pooch-friendly city features several hiking and biking trails where pups can spend time enjoying a workout and amazing scenery. Las Palmas Park covers 11 acres offering an excellent trail to walk Fido and get some exercise. The Retama Village Park Trail also offers an athletic court and picnic tables where you can enjoy quality time with your furry family members.

Compassionate and caring veterinarians can be found in 10 different locations throughout the city. Whether your pup needs emergency care or a routine check-up, these clinics will provide affordable care for your special pooch. When you are looking for a great place to enjoy a meal with your pup, check out Roosevelt’s at 7 on N Main Street. Featuring a menu of BBQ pizza, drunken salmon sandwiches and spicy hummus, you and Fido will love dining on the outdoor patio.

Finding a great hotel in McAllen is simple, even if your pup is traveling with you. Drury Suites is located near the McAllen Civic Center and offers a swimming pool along with a nice area to walk your pup. The hotel is clean, and the staff will love your pup as much as you do. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Mcallen

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,002/sq mi

    #1 North 6th St


    Socializing with other pups and canine lovers at the McAllen Dog Park in the North 6th St neighborhood offers hours of fun for Fido. Two separate spaces are available for large and small pups, and there are usually plenty of furry friends to play with in the grassy area. Doggie waste bags are available, along with water fountains for both pups and humans. Dogs and dog lovers will have a furtastic time running off energy in the open space. After all that exercise, head over to Wingstop where you can feast on classic, boneless, or crispy chicken wings or tenders. The restaurant offers outdoor seating where you and Fido can enjoy a meal. 

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,999/sq mi

    #2 Bicentennial


    Living in the Bicentennial neighborhood is great for pups and their parents. When searching for a place to walk and play, Municipal Park offers 27 acres of space. This large park is home to many city events and the town swimming pool. Your pup can walk around and frolic in the grass while sniffing for the best place to do his business, just remember to bring your own doggie waste bags. When it’s time for lunch or dinner, stroll over to Ms. G’s Tacos N’ More, where you can dine on Mexican cuisine. You and your pooch can sit at one of the outdoor benches and enjoy the meal together. 

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    Population Density 1,228/sq mi

    #3 Rose Ellen Circle


    Spending time in the Rose Ellen Circle neighborhood is fun for Fido and his parents. Dog lovers will often find their way to the Fireman’s Park featuring a bike and walkway that stretches for several blocks. You will see other pups walking here, and there are trash cans and doggy drinking fountains along the way. The kids will enjoy the playground. Nearby, Mama’s Pizzeria features pizza and pasta in addition to hot dogs and gyros. You and your pup can enjoy the sunshine and eat your meal on the outdoor deck. The staff are friendly and will bring a water bowl so your pup can get a cool drink. 

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    Population Density 5,595/sq mi

    #4 Ponderosa


    The Ponderosa neighborhood is Fido and family friendly, and features the popular McAuliffe Park. Families often gather to play athletic games or take advantage of the fishing pond and pier. Pups and their parents can walk along the paths and get some exercise while the children have fun on the playground. Make sure to bring your own doggie waste bags. If you get hungry after playing with your pooch, walk over to the Golden Chick where you get a snack and sit at the outdoor tables with your pup. 

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    Population Density 2,347/sq mi

    #5 Bill Schupp Park


    One of the best features of the Bill Schupp Park neighborhood is the Schupp Park that offers 19 acres of space to romp and run. Families will love spending time with both two and four-legged children walking along the trails, or climbing on the playground equipment. While walking along the fitness trail with Fido, you will probably meet up with other dog lovers getting some exercise. After a day of fun, walk over to Red Mango where you and your pup can sit at the outdoor tables and enjoy frozen yogurt or sorbet. Il Forno a Legna is another dog-friendly restaurant where you can enjoy Italian cuisine at pooch-friendly tables. 

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