Dog walking in San Angelo

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Alexana CSan Angelo, TX

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I've had dogs since I was 2 years old, ranging from miniature dachshunds to Great Danes. I love them all, big or small, young or old. I've never met a dog I didn't love.

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Can run with dogs, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull

Thomas VSan Angelo, TX

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Hi, my name's Thomas I was born and raised in West Texas. I've worked with or around all different kinds of critters, but pups are my true Love. I fostered and worked with tons of different breeds over the years and I can't wait to meet your pup.

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

Dog Walking in San Angelo

San Angelo, Texas has a bit of the old west still in it. It's rugged beauty makes it very explorable by humans and pets alike. This is a lovely city to bring your pets to for an adventure.

For the outdoorsy types, the San Angelo State Park is a great place to take your pets. You can camp there and explore the many trails and lakes. For horse riders, there are 50 miles of trails to ride on and even a special campground just for you and your horses. The park hosts equestrian events throughout the year as well.

In the city, there is the River Walk. River Walks makes an excellent place to take your pet for daily exercise and to have a sniff around. The River Walk has a four-mile hiking trail and a large garden as well. The River Walk is right in downtown San Angelo, so there is plenty of excitement to be had.

For a place to stay, book yourself into the Staybridge Suites. They have chic, modern rooms that gladly welcome pets less than 50 pounds in their facility. They will do everything they can to help you and your pet settle in. If you have to leave your pet at any time, they allow pets to be left in the room, so long as they are kept in a kennel.

When you get hungry, pop into Mejor Que Nada. This restaurant offers mouth-watering authentic Mexican cuisine. They allow well-behaved pets to join you when you dine there, so long as they are kept leashed.

San Angelo is a beautiful city that offers plenty of activities for every pet owner. For the adventurous outdoorsman or city slicker, you and your pet will find something to interest you!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in San Angelo

Sunset

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
3,369 per sq. mi.

Sunset

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The local canine residents are tail waggin’ glad to have access to the San Angelo Dog Park. Located in Sunset, this off leash play area provides a pawsome opportunity for pups to socialize and improve their doggy manners. More importantly, it gives them a space to run, romp, play and burn up some extra energy. Your pup will love sniffing around this park and checking out the new territory.  If your pooch needs an on leash walk, check out the nearby Red Arroyo Trail. This trail clocks in at four miles and passes by several pieces of urban art. Your pal can enjoy some culture while she’s getting exercise.


Koenigheim

36
Population Density
1,386 per sq. mi.

Koenigheim

36

The Concho River Walk is a local favorite and should not be missed. Located in Downtown, the urban walk stretches four miles as it follows the Concho River. Clip a leash on your pup and stroll down the waterfront path where you’ll see water features, urban art, and beautiful gardens. Veer off the path into Santa Fe Park for a change of scenery. Give your dog some water from the drinking fountain before heading back onto the River Walk.  After crossing Celebration Bridge, be sure to check out Spanish Park,  and let your four legged friend sniff around the wildflowers.

Angelo Heights

24
Population Density
2,864 per sq. mi.

Angelo Heights

24

The International Water Lily Collection is one of San Angelo’s featured destinations and is located in the Central area. Fur-tunately, it is pet friendly, so you can enjoy the stunning collection of water lilies with your furry best friend. Stroll around the gardens and let your pup take a whiff of the fragrant flowers. When you’re finished admiring the beautiful flowers, take a couple laps around the Civic League Park for some added culture. Various public art sculptures, a rose garden, views of the Concho River and a water fountain make this park a fetching place to spend time with your four legged pal.


Lake Nasworthy

12
Population Density
353 per sq. mi.

Lake Nasworthy

12

Pack up your pup and head over to Spring Creek Park for an adventure filled day. As one of the main access points to Lake Nasworthy, this park offers up some major fun. If you’re planning to head out onto the lake, set off from the park’s marina, but make sure your pooch is well versed in water safety. If you’re going to stay on dry land, take your leashed canine for a walk around the park and enjoy the waterfront views. Pets are not allowed in some areas, so be sure to watch for signs. No bones about it, your four legged friend will love this park.


Cristoval/ Carlsbad

0
Population Density
1,527 per sq. mi.

Cristoval/ Carlsbad

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Bordering this neighborhood is a beautiful state park just waiting to be explored. Grab your furry friend and head over to San Angelo State Park and enjoy some natural rugged beauty. While horseback riding, mountain biking and swimming are great options for two legged park visitors, four legged guests can enjoy exploring the many trails, or just hang out on the shores of O.C. Fisher Lake. Trails range from under a half mile to just over 5.5 miles. When hiking, be sure to bring enough water for your furry friend. Keep your pup on leash since chances are you’ll see some bison or Texas Longhorns.