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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Sansom Park

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    Population Density 1,831/sq mi

    #1 Lake Worth

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    A little over 3 miles west of Sansom Park is Lake Worth. This city has a low population and isn’t divided into neighborhoods, but is conveniently close to Sansom Park and offers some helpful things for you and Fido. In Lake Worth, you’ll find Keenum-Shelton Dog Park, a fenced in park with separate small and large dog areas for added safety. The park features agility obstacles for some extra exercise for your dog and some shaded seating for owners. Lake Worth also has a Banfield Pet Hospital, stacked with professionals who know just what to do to keep your pooch in the best of health.   

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    Population Density 1,792/sq mi

    #2 Linwood

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    Just a little over 5 miles from Sansom Park, a small city near Fort Worth, Texas, is Linwood, a popular neighborhood in Fort Worth. This neighborhood is a great one for dogs and their owners to enjoy, especially with Trinity Park located here. Although it’s not an official dog park, Trinity Park welcomes leashed dogs to walk the trails, visit kids at the playgrounds, enjoy a picnic with their owners, and more. Dog owners will also love checking out Wag, a doggie boutique in Linwood that carries just about any product your dog could want and also offers special baked treats for your four-legged friend! 

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    Population Density 3,976/sq mi

    #3 Fairmount

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    Fairmount in Fort Worth is about 7.5 miles from Sansom Park. This is one of the dog-friendliest neighborhoods in Fort Worth if you’re looking for a variety of food types from local restaurants. You’ll find just about any type of cuisine here that you and your dog could want, and plenty of restaurants have dog-friendly seating so your best friend can join you. Tina’s Cocina offers popular Tex-Mex meals and has an outdoor patio that welcomes all paws on deck! Or, bring Rover to Proper, a place that specializes in unique drinks and is the perfect place to kick back and relax on your day off with your dog.

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    Population Density 3,197/sq mi

    #4 Ridglea Hills

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    A little under 13 miles from Sansom Park is the Ridglea Hills neighborhood of Fort Worth. Here, you should check out ZBonz Dog Park, a 10-acre spot to run your pup’s troubles away! This is truly one of the most breathtaking dog parks you’ll find, complete with its own pond for your pooch to splash away on a hot day. If you need a spot for your dog to go when you work or explore the city, you can count on Metro Animals, which provides a social environment for your pup rather than typical in-cage boarding. Ridglea Hills is also the home of Metro Animals Pet Wash and Shape a Pup for doggie grooming and training! 

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    Population Density 4,048/sq mi

    #5 Hulen

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    Hulen in Fort Worth is 16.6 miles from Sansom Park. This neighborhood has quite a few dog-friendly hotels, perfect for you if you’re just visiting the area. But, if you’re staying a while, you’ll also love that the neighborhood also has a PETCO store and Banfield Pet Hospital, so all your doggie needs can be taken care of in one convenient neighborhood! There’s also a PetSmart here, which offers a PetSmart Training program if your pup is in need of some obedience skills. Don’t forget to stop at Lone Star Oyster Bar if you’re into seafood – this restaurant has some of the best dishes in Texas and welcomes your pup at its outdoor seating.
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