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Dog Areas in North Zulch

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Imagine living peacefully in a town your whole life. Then, one day, someone decides that they will take a highway and narrowly bypass your town. Not only can you no longer get supplies, but it is an all-day walk to the closest crossing to get supplies. So, you are left with no choice but to pack up and move. That is what happened in Zulch, Texas. In 1907, someone decided that it was time to relocate the railroad so that it completely cut off the city. So the entire city decided to pick and move north! That city is now North Zulch, Texas.

North Zulch is still the quiet peaceful city it was back in the early 1900s. The residents here don't get in a rush to do anything. It is what you would envision a small Texas town would be. You'll find a handful of quiet hotels right outside the city limits. There is even a bed-and-breakfast where your pet is probably more welcome than most humans! Go by the library and take in a bit of their history. You will find that locals have been here their whole lives and aren't afraid to dish a little gossip. 

It might sound a little strange, but you should check out the Donaho Family Cemetery. Some of the founders are buried here and their graves are very well cared for. You are welcome to bring your dog along with you to enjoy a quiet stroll here while you learn more about this tiny Texan town's history.

Because it's such a small town, you won't find very many Fido-friendly amenities here, but you'll find more things to do just a short drive away.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in North Zulch

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    Population Density 2,117/sq mi

    #1 Hamilton Park

    In just 25 miles, you can get to a 5-acre dog park called the Dog Park at Hamilton Park. This is your basic off-leash park. There is a double-gated entrance where you can let your dog loose and let them run for awhile. You can visit with other pet parents while you kick back on the shaded benches. There is running water for both you and your dog, as well as cleaning stations to handle those inevitable messes. If you get bored, you can put your dog on his leash and walk the trails for a bit.
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    Population Density 5,114/sq mi

    #2 Park Place

    Canine Station is your go-to getaway if you are looking to let your dog be a dog for a bit. It gets hot in Texas, and the ponds at this park welcome your dog to splash around and beat the summer heat. Both the little dog and the big dog areas have access to the pond. There is a double gate system so that you don't have to worry about your furry friend running too far. Locals rave about it because it is a spacious park with everything you and your pup could want or need during your visit! Don't miss out on this pawesome park!
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    Population Density 2,717/sq mi

    #3 College Ave

    Carney's Pub and Grill is the perfect place to meet up with your friends for a burger and a beer any night of the week. You can even bring your dog along for the meal at any of the outdoor tables! They have a great selection of food, but an even better selection of beer. It is constantly changing and rotating. You can get something new with each visit or just stick with your favorite. If you aren't in the mood for burgers, go for a taco. All the food is delicious, and all the people are friendly; what more could you want?
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    Population Density 2,717/sq mi

    #4 Main Street

    Revolution Cafe and Bar, just half an hour from North Zulch, really is revolutionary. You will find that your dog is more than welcome to join you as long as he's friendly and minds his manners. The food selection is great. The bar selection is pretty standard. They have plenty of entertainment throughout the week, including open mic night, performance arts nights, live bands, and so much more. This is the place to be on the weekends! You should keep your dog on his leash and bring a water bowl for your pup so that he is comfortable as you are.
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    Population Density 2,717/sq mi

    #5 Downtown

    The Village is not your typical quiet coffee house. They have some delicious coffee, but wait 'til you try their menu! They only serve locally-sourced foods, which means you can enjoy a new menu filled with fresh options every day. The local craft brews here change almost as constantly as the menu. It is essential that your dog is able to handle crowds and noise if you want to eat here, especially on weekends when live bands play and attract a lot of people. The patio is usually quieter and is also dog-friendly. Just don't fur-get to bring a water bowl!
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