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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Sanctuary

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    Population Density 2,918/sq mi

    #1 Arc

    On the outskirts of Fort Worth’s Arc neighborhood, you’ll find the puntastic Fort Woof Dog Park. This fenced, off-leash dog park is just 20 miles southeast of Sanctuary, and has plenty of room for your pup to play! Drinking water is available, and agility equipment adds some extra fun to off-leash playtime! You’ll need to bring your own doggie waste bags for cleanup, though. This park is pretty pawpular with the locals, so your pal is bound to make a new fur-iend or two! Who knows? You might end up being buddies with the friendly local crowd, too!
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    Population Density 2,173/sq mi

    #2 Sunset Terrace

    Just west of Fort Worth’s Sunset Terrace neighborhood, you’ll find Trinity Park. This park doesn’t have a designated dog park, but it does provide an access point to the Fort Worth Branch (Trinity Trails System). Leashed dogs are welcome to hike here with their owners. The entire trail, which was once a rail line that’s since been converted into a walking path by the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, spans a whopping 47 miles. You’ll need to bring along all the necessary supplies, especially water and waste bags. Trinity Park also welcomes leashed pooches to explore.
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    Population Density 2,544/sq mi

    #3 Downtown

    Hankering for a bite to eat with your hungry hound? You’ll want to head right into the heart of Fort Worth, where you’ll find several Fido-friendly eateries! Piranha Killer Sushi offers some puntastic sushi rolls, and allows your pup to enjoy them with you at the outdoor tables. If you’d rather have Mexican instead, you’ll find Cantina Laredo just across the street. Salata is another local favorite serving up scrumptious healthy fare. Downtown Fort Worth offers other dog-friendly dining options as well, including coffee shops and breweries. Don’t fur-get to bring a leash and water bowl!
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    Population Density 3,934/sq mi

    #4 Ridglea Hills

    ZBonz Dog Park is located on the northwestern border of Fort Worth’s Ridglea Hills neighborhood. This relatively new dog park has a large, 10-acre area for your pup to run and romp off-leash. Here, you’ll find two separate areas for dogs, ponds, water fountains, and brand new agility equipment for some extra exercise. ZBonz Dog Park is part of the North Z Boaz Park, which welcomes leashed pooches. Hungry? Head on down to Buffalo West, just south of the dog park. Leashed dogs are welcome to chow down on some classic comfort food at the restaurant’s outdoor patio. Don’t fur-get to bring doggie waste bags on your excursion in Ridglea Hills, just 20 miles from Sanctuary.
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    Population Density 2,544/sq mi

    #5 Linwood

    If you’ve had enough of Fort Worth’s dog parks, you’ll want to head just south of the Linwood neighborhood for a slightly different activity that your pooch will love! Here, you’ll find a bakery -- or should we say barkery? -- called Wag that caters to your canine! In addition to yummy treats, Wag also sells custom leashes and lots of furrific accessories to keep your pooch looking sharp. This pawesome place is family-owned and operated, and the staff is sure to love your pooch almost as much as you do!
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