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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Sandy Oaks

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,275/sq mi

    #1 King William


    The small city of Sandy Oaks doesn’t have much in the way for dog-friendly goodies. Fortunately, the city of San Antonio is just a bark, skip, and a jump away! A little under 20 miles from Sandy Oaks is King William in San Antonio, TX. This is a great area to visit if you’re looking for some paw-friendly eateries near Sandy Oaks. From cafes and breweries to Mexican and French cuisine, you and your dog can find just about anything in the neighborhood to please your palates. La Frite Belgian Bistro has dog-friendly outdoor seating and offers some fine cuisine for more upscale tastes. Or, relax with your pup at The Friendly Spot Ice House with some Southern Texas-style favorites. 

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,310/sq mi

    #2 La Villita


    A bit over 20 miles from Sandy Oaks is La Villita in San Antonio. This neighborhood is home to Hemisfair, which isn’t an official dog park, but can count as one! This pup-ular place for dog owners allows leashed dogs to accompany their owners in plenty of space to walk and play. The park hosts events throughout the year, too, for even more fun. In La Villita, you’ll also find Bed & Biscuit Pet Care, which provides in-home services for your precious pup when you aren’t home. Looking for some delectable dining with your dog? Head to Casa Rio, a popular local spot that sits on the San Antonio River Walk for perfect water views as you eat. 

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,820/sq mi

    #3 Downtown


    Downtown San Antonio is 20.8 miles from Sandy Oaks, and is one neighborhood you won’t want to miss in the city. Here, head to Madison Square Dog Park, which has over ½ an acre of space for dogs to run off their leashes and enjoy the outdoors. Doggie owners can sit at shaded benches and find convenient waste cleanup supplies at the park. If you’re into ghost tours, this area has a few dog-friendly ones to choose from, like RJA Ghost Tours. For an active day out with your pup, participate in River City Run, a running tour that weaves through the beautiful Downtown area and allows your four-legged friend to join you!

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    Population Density 2,205/sq mi

    #4 Tobin Hill


    Tobin Hill of San Antonio sites north of the Downtown area and is just under 23 miles away from Sandy Oaks. Brackenridge Park is the pawfect spot for you and your fuzzy pal to enjoy nature in San Antonio. The park features picnic areas, walking and jogging trails, and even a Japanese Tea House that welcomes dogs! You can also enjoy several dog-friendly restaurants in the neighborhood, like Demo’s Greek Food, which can satisfy all your authentic Greek cuisine cravings and invites well-behaved dogs to join their owners. Nearby La Gloria offers a variety of Mexican favorites and has great views of the river from its outdoor tables. 

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    Population Density 4,229/sq mi

    #5 Alamo Heights


    About a 30-minute drive from Sandy Oaks takes you to Alamo Heights in San Antonio. This neighborhood is on the northeastern end of the central part of the city, close to the San Antonio Zoo. Here, you can visit Bark Park of Alamo Heights, which has lots of space in a fenced in area for your pooch to play and socialize. Alamo Heights also has Fifi & Fido’s Pet Boutique, where your dog can get glammed up with grooming supplies, clothing, and leashes, and also find plenty of fun toys and healthy foods to enjoy. This neighborhood also has plenty of eateries that welcome dogs, like The Broadway 5050, with unique sandwiches, burgers, and more.  

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