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Dog Areas in Schertz

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9 Eateries

Schertz, Texas was first settled in 1843, but it wasn't until the late 1990s that it started experiencing rapid growth. It is now a city of almost 40,000 people, the third largest in the San Antonio-New Braunfels metropolitan area. The city has a vibrant arts and culture community, and many people visit each year to take this in. It's also a great place for dog owners to live, as there is lots to do outdoors and many great dog parks nearby. The warm climate year-round in Schertz means you won't be stuck inside due to cold weather.

Fox's Pizza and Tap Room is a popular restaurant in Schertz where you can dine on casual and delicious grub without having to leave your dog at home. Their outdoor patio is dog-friendly, so Fido can come along with you when you head out for gourmet pizza, hoagies, stromboli, wings and other goodies. You can wash your meal down with one of their two dozen beers on tap, and staff will likely bring out a bowl of water for your pup to enjoy as well. This is just one of the many pawesome dog-friendly activities in the beautiful city of Schertz.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Schertz

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 142/sq mi

    #1 North Schertz

    If you go nuts for donuts, donut miss out on visiting Shipley Do-Nuts in northern Schertz. They've been making donuts since 1936, so needless to say, they know what they're doing! Shipley's also has five outdoor tables where your dog is welcome to accompany you, but keep in mind table service isn't available so your dog will need to remain outside when you go in to order. Shipley's also serves kolaches, a food popular in Texas, and delicious coffee, making it the perfect place for a mid-day or morning pick-me-up.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,705/sq mi

    #2 Schertz Pkwy

    Schertz has its very own off-leash dog park, and you won't want to miss it! The Schertz Dog Park is relatively new to the city, and visitors love how peaceful this half-acre park is. The park features an area for small dogs, as well as another for medium or large dogs, and they also offer a water fountain for both dogs and humans, as well as seating throughout the park along with gravel walking trails. Schertz Dog Park is located just behind the Schertz Fire Department, and it's also very close to the city's soccer complex and other recreational activities.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 6,342/sq mi

    #3 Blanco

    One of the nice things about living in Schertz is that it maintains a small town feel, but the big city of San Antonio is less than a 30-minute drive away. In the Blanco area of San Antonio, there's a place called the Phil Hardberger Dog Park, and it's a snifferific spot you won't want to miss. There are benches within the park as well as well-marked walking trails. In addition, there is a separate area for small dogs as well as the general off-leash area for all dogs. The park also features a rinse-off station and water for your pup.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,534/sq mi

    #4 Uptown

    Uptown San Antonio is one of the biggest parts of the city, and there is so much to do here. From shopping, dining, residential communities, and a dog park, it's a great place to live or visit in the city. It's just a 20-minute drive from Schertz, and the McAllister Dog Park is worth the quick trip! This fenced-in, off-leash park has a separate area for small dogs, plenty of play and exercise equipment, drinking water for dogs, walking trails, and seating. This park is sure to become a favorite of both yours and Rover's before you know it!
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,780/sq mi

    #5 Brackenridge Park

    There's another great park in San Antonio that's less than a half an hour drive from Schertz, and you'll definitely want to add it to your list! Brackenridge Park is a 343-acre city park with playgrounds, walking trails, sports fields and more. This park is just north of downtown San Antonio, and it's a very pet-friendly place. Within Brackenridge Park, you'll find the San Antonio Zoo, the Witte Museum, and the Sunken Garden Theatre along with many other things to do for the whole family. Many of the park's attractions are pet-friendly, including the beautiful Japanese Tea Gardens and the picnic spots.
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