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Top Dog Walking Experiences in Round Rock

Charlotte
Reviewed by Andrew K. on 08/18/2017

"Charlotte was great! I would definitely recommend her to anyone looking for a wag walker! "

1.09 mi
30m
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Carly
Reviewed by Amandasarah A. on 08/09/2017

"Thank you so much Carly! We will pick Wag back up once I go back to work from maternity leave. Thank you from Jackson and myself!!!"

1.86 mi
61m
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Brittany
Reviewed by Vanessa L. on 08/08/2017

"Brittany handled our dogs very well. They are 2 large dogs and they were nice and relaxed when they got home. She even found and cleaned up a pee spot in the house. "

1.76 mi
30m
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Anastasia
Reviewed by Caleb V. on 08/02/2017

"Moose loved his time with Stacy, and I hope we see her again soon. Moose likes a quick pace, which Stacy provided. I'm so sorry I forgot to leave the code. Duh! "

3.53 mi
35m
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Nicholas
Reviewed by Charles T. on 07/26/2017

"Thanks for watching my Tito! Hope he wasn't pulling too much. I know he loves walking with you!!! "

2.08 mi
60m
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Dog Areas in Round Rock

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Round Rock, Texas has lots of places where you can enjoy the great outdoors. Some of them are pet-friendly so you and your dog can enjoy them together.

Furry residents of Round Rock enjoy Round Rock Dog Depot. With nearly two acres of leash-free roaming, an agility course for exercising active dogs, and separate areas for dogs over and under 40 pounds, what’s not to like?

Several restaurants in Round Rock are pet-friendly. Round Rock Café, The Brass Tap, Pita Fusion, Beluga, Freebirds World Burrito, PizzaRev, Rudy’s Country Store, and Jamba Juice all have outdoor patios that welcome dogs.

A number of motels in Round Rock consider themselves to be pet-friendly. Hampton Inn, Candlewood Suites, Best Western Executive Inn, Extended Stay America and several others allow dogs in the rooms. Most require the animals to be in crates if their owners are not present. La Quinta Inn & Suites and Motel 6 permit dogs to stay at no extra charge.

With room for your dogs to run outdoors, and restaurants and motels that welcome them, Round Rock can be considered a very dog-friendly city.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Round Rock

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    Population Density 6,034/sq mi

    #1 Logan St/ Mays St

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    Is your pooch begging for some play time? Pay a visit to the Dog Depot Dog Park located in the Logan Street and Mays Street area, and let her run around to her heart’s content.  She can romp and wrestle with new four legged friends, or just check out the park on her own. Obstacles are provided, so she can climb and conquer new terrain. Since this park has separate areas for large and small dogs, little pups won’t feel overwhelmed by their larger peers.  Water is available, so make sure your pup gets enough to drink. She’ll thank you for bringing her to this doggy destination.
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    Population Density 7,289/sq mi

    #2 Palm Valley Blvd/ FM 1460

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    Pups living in the Palm Valley Boulevard and FM 1460 neighborhood are lucky to be near Old Settlers Park. This park spans over 600 acres, so there’s plenty of space for your four legged BFF to explore. Clip on his leash and head out onto one of the trails, or find a spot under a tree to just hang out and enjoy each other’s company. There are several sport courts and playgrounds making this park a community gathering spot. Take the time to let your fur baby socialize and meet new friends.  A trip to this park will make your pooch one happy hound!


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    Population Density 8,967/sq mi

    #3 FM 1460/ Chandler St

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    The neighborhood of FM 1460 and Chandler Street is home to Meadow Lake Park. Pack up your pup and head over for some fresh air and sunshine. Get your pal’s four legs moving as you follow the 1.35 miles of paved trail. You’ll pass other walkers, runners and bikers, so be sure to keep your pooch on leash. Let your canine companion sniff around the grassy fields and discover the sights and smells of the area.  The park has picnic tables and barbecue grills. Invite some of your two legged friends and stay for dinner.  Two paws up for this park!


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    Population Density 3,660/sq mi

    #4 Forest Ridge Blvd/ Red Bud Ln

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    Brushy Creek Trail is perfect for dogs that have endless amounts of energy.  This trail can be accessed in the Forest Ridge Boulevard and Red Bud land area, and runs a total of 10.4 miles. Hook a leash to your pup’s collar and walk (or run) until she’s tuckered out. Keep an eye open for signs that provide information about the area’s early history. One of the bridges dates back to the 1880s. That’s pretty woofin’ old! Be sure to bring enough water to keep your pooch hydrated. By the time you head home, your pup will be ready for a nap.


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    Population Density 4,832/sq mi

    #5 Round Rock Ave/ RR 6620

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    Leash up your pup and head over to the Round Rock West Park for a delightful afternoon walk. Situated in the Round Rock Avenue and RR 6620 area, this pupperific park has a walking trail that stretches just under half a mile. If you’ve got an athletic pooch, take a couple laps. If your fur baby is a little on the slower side, one trip around the park will be plenty.  For a change of scenery, head over to the Round Rock West Greenbelt Trail. Clocking in at just under a mile, this paved trail runs through one of the nearby neighborhoods. You furry BFF will love just being at your side.
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