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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Prado Verde

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    Population Density 3,349/sq mi

    #1 Prado Verde


    Prado Verde, meaning green pasture in Spanish, sits at the base of the green Westside Open Reserve and Franklin Mountains State Park, making it easy to understand how this community came to get its name. Westside Dog Park Don Haskins Community Center lets local pooches have some off-leash in a fenced-in space that provides access to a small and large dog area, water fountain, and shade trees! Franklin Mountains State Park provides more than 100 miles’ worth of hiking and biking trails plotted on 27,000 acres of forests, mountains, and wildlife. On-leash dogs are encouraged to accompany their owners on all trails and campground areas.  

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    Population Density 1,072/sq mi

    #2 Canutillo


    Situated along the Texas/New Mexico border, the neighborhood of Canutillo is accessible from Interstate 10, Woodrow Bean Transmountain Drive, South Desert Boulevard, and Doniphan Drive. Zin Valle Vineyards is literally as close as you can get to New Mexico and invites leashed dogs that are well-behaved and friendly to explore the vineyards and the experience of wine tasting with their humans. If you and Fido are looking for somewhere to rest your head for the night, Residence inn by Marriott, local Airbnb rentals, and Studio 6 provide dog friendly lodging accommodations. 

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    Population Density 3,349/sq mi

    #3 Remcon

    Situated directly along Interstate 10, this easily accessible residential area in El Paso backs up to Franklin Mountains State Park and the Westside Open Reserve. The Westside Dog Park Don Haskins Community Center is a local space where you can take your pooch in a safely gated environment, fully off-leash! The park provides a water fountain, shade, and separate areas for large and small dogs. For some adventure, visit the 27,000-acre Franklin Mountains State Park and the many hiking trails that are provided; just make sure your dog is kept on leash at all times! If you’ve worked up a hunger, Ripe, and Tippi Teas are the local eateries that allow dogs on their property.
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    Population Density 3,349/sq mi

    #4 Resler Canyon

    This spacious family-friendly neighborhood in El Paso has plenty of shopping, dining, entertainment and activities to keep everyone in your household occupied! Wakeem/Teschner Nature Preserve at Resler Canyon is 91 acres of gorgeous natural features and provides trails where locals, visitors and well-behaved leashed pups are allowed to observe the scenic views and local wildlife. The local PetSmart provides the usual dog food, treats and toys; however, this one also features a Banfield Pet Hospital on location that offers a wide range of emergency and preventative services to help ensure your fur baby is healthy and happy!
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    Population Density 3,177/sq mi

    #5 Downtown El Paso


    El Paso is one of the more well-known border towns in Texas, it lies directly along the United States Mexico Border and about 14 miles south of Prado Verde. Tom Lea Upper Park, Bill Rodgers Arroyo, San Jacinto Plaza, Aztec Calendar Park, Tula Irrobali Park, and Armijo Park are great places to walk your dog. They all provide paved walkways and open grassed areas where you can spend the afternoon or for a quick potty break! If you’re looking to socialize with your pooch and have a good time, Rockin Cigar Bar and Grill will provide you with just that! Smoke a cigar, have a drink and a bite to eat with your dog at your feet. 

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