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Jennie
Reviewed by Dustin B. on 10/05/2017

"Thank you for taking care of Orion while I am unable to. He is always happy to see you and he definitely enjoys his walks!"

2.86 mi
32m
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Rebecca
Reviewed by Caitlin E. on 10/04/2017

"Thank you and sorry about that again, I will look for them when I get home so it doesn't happen again "

3.33 mi
64m
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Rosemarie
Reviewed by Kelly A. on 10/04/2017

"Punctual, in fact, arrived 20 minutes early. Was friendly, and Cleo seemed to love her. "

1.02 mi
41m
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Kira
Reviewed by Katie K. on 10/04/2017

"Kira is sooooo very sweet. Buttercup immediately got excited when she saw her and this was her first walk with Kira. I was able to see everything on the app and buttercup came back exhausted, WHICH IS A GOOD THING. I will definitely schedule Kira for the future. "

1.42 mi
30m
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Kayla
Reviewed by Mark L. on 10/04/2017

"This was our first walk with Wag, and Kayla. I loved the updates and pictures and her excitement for walking them!"

1.22 mi
32m
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Justin
Reviewed by Carlos N. on 10/03/2017

"He was so tired and slept all day! He needed that. It helped me tremendously since I’ve been since . Thanks Justin ! You are prompt and can easily handle a GSD. "

2.73 mi
60m
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Elexis
Reviewed by Andrew C. on 10/02/2017

"Wonderful young lady, really great with my hyper pup! Would highly recommend! "

1.12 mi
31m
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Sierra
Reviewed by Luis M. on 10/02/2017

"Sierra took them for a nice distance, was prompt, friendly, and handled my babies well. She updated me on how they acted during their walk. I appreciate that. "

2.21 mi
60m
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Jennie
Reviewed by Vanessa S. on 10/02/2017

"Thank you for taking such good care Axel! It’s nice to know he’s in good hands when we are gone. Awesome job!!"

1.67 mi
33m
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Megan
Reviewed by Dustin B. on 10/02/2017

"Megan was fantastic. She and Cooper had a great time. Megan’s communications kept me at ease for her first walk with Cooper; she sent much-appreciated videos and texts during the walk. Megan treated Cooper like her own. Per my request, she shortened the walk to add in some much-needed play time with Cooper. Her interaction with him shows how much she cares for the dogs she walks. "

1.44 mi
65m
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Dog Areas in San Antonio

6 Trails
30 Eateries
88 Groomers

With its historic sites and rich culture, San Antonio is a popular destination for both residents and tourists. The city’s Parks and Recreation Department maintains more than 240 parks that cover over 15,000 acres of land, guaranteeing that families and their pets can find a place to spend their days.

Brackenridge Park offers a variety of attractions, including three pavilions, a Japanese Tea Garden, and the San Antonio Zoo. Bring your canine companion along with you on a picnic, or explore the 1.7-mile trail that winds through the park. For a livelier afternoon out, stop by the San Antonio River Walk. This public park is open throughout the year and has plenty for guests to do, from visiting museums and historical sites to shopping and dining. Take your dog on a long walk, and admire the beautiful scenery that lines this path.

The Phil Hardberger Dog Park is the place to be for dogs who like to run free. Separated for the Great Dane-esque dogs who may trample on the little pomeranians, the 1.8-acre park has plenty of room for friendly canines of all breeds. The park features an obstacle course and a playhouse, so your pup is sure to find something to enjoy on your day out together.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in San Antonio

  1. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 2,530/sq mi

    #1 Downtown

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    The Downtown area is a go-to dog-friendly destination for Sacramento residents. If you have a smaller pooch, you and your dog can enjoy a carriage ride with Carriage Rides in Old Town. You and your dog will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of the historic area of Sacramento. In October, you’ll find locals and their four-legged friends at the annual DogFest Walk ‘N Stroll Sacramento. The Doggy Dash is another pawpular annual event, held every June at the William Land Park. While in Downtown Sacramento, make sure you and your pup stop by Dog Gone Licious Boutique. You’ll love the atmosphere of this organic and natural pet boutique. It’s the perfect dog-friendly shopping experience for you and your pooch.

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,780/sq mi

    #2 Tobin Hill

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    Tobin Hill is a super-pawsome dog-friendly neighborhood in San Antonio. All through Tobin Hill you will find places to walk your four legged best friend. This neighborhood is also home of a local favorite, Brackenridge Park. Brackenridge Park has over 300 acres of things to explore, including popular attractions such as the Japanese Tea Gardens, Botanical Garden, and the San Antonio Zoo! The best part is that most of the areas in the park are dog friendly. Tobin Hill is also the host of San Antonio’s elite Annual Fur Ball Fundraiser event. With plenty of sidewalks and Brackenridge Park, Tobin Hill is a great, dog-friendly neighborhood.

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 5,360/sq mi

    #3 Santa Fe Trails

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    The Santa Fe Trails neighborhood in San Antonio is a popular place for families both young and old. Santa Fe Trails is also a great choice when it comes to finding a dog friendly neighborhood. With such a close proximity to McAllister Park, there is no question as to why dog owners and their dogs love this area. This park has over 900 acres that are sniff-worthy and ready to be explored. While at the park, make sure you take your pooch to the McAllister Dog Park. This fenced-in dog park has so much for your dog to do, see, and sniff--including fire hydrants and exercise equipment. McAllister Park is also the host of popular events like Ultimate Dog Games Challenge and Puppy Up! Walk San Antonio.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,540/sq mi

    #4 Shavano Heights

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    Shavano Heights is a beautiful, dog-friendly neighborhood in San Antonio. The neighborhood is lined with sidewalks and trees for shade and you will often see local residents walking their dogs. Dog owners and dogs that live in the Shavano Heights neighborhood are also often seen at the nearby Orsinger Park. Orsinger Park is a beautiful, dog-friendly park perfect for families and their four-legged best friends. Dogs are welcomed at the park as long as they are on a leash. You will also find popular, chain pet stores such as PetCo and PetSmart in the area. If you’re looking for a way to really enjoy the area, make sure to check out the annual HOWLiday Yappy Hour in December. There’s lite bites and drinks for you, plus gourmet treats for your pooch!
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,070/sq mi

    #5 Shearer Hills Ridgeview

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    Shearer Hills-Ridgeview is a great, dog-friendly place for families. All around this San Antonio neighborhood you will find trails for walking, where you’ll often be greeted by a friendly tail wag. Shearer Hills-Ridgeview is also home of a cute daycare for your dog, Pampr’d Pawz Doggie Daycare, which offers daycare and boarding. They also offer in-home pet sitting for those dogs who aren’t quite about the “boarding life”, and even have huge playrooms that allow your dog to interact, romp, and play with other dogs. You’ll also want to check out the neighborhood’s pawsome annual events at the Northstar Mall. Your pup will have a chance to visit with the Easter Bunny and Santa!
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