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Top Dog Walking Experiences in Spring

Thurman
Reviewed by Brittany K. on 10/05/2017

"Im so sorry he was a brat at first! But yes hes a total gental giant! Thank you so much for today!"

1.43 mi
35m
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Yvonne
Reviewed by Brittney L. on 10/05/2017

"Yvonne! Thanks for walking my dog, Oz, with care and confidence. It’s reassuring to know you understood his idiosyncrasies."

2.27 mi
63m
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Thurman
Reviewed by Danielle M. on 10/04/2017

"Thurman did an awesome job with my two high energy dogs. He explained me everything and how they were doing. I would totally recommend him. If he can take my two hyper dogs, I think he can take care of any dogs. "

2.13 mi
40m
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Yvonne
Reviewed by Bradley M. on 09/26/2017

"Yvonne did such a great job with Arrieta this morning! Shout out to her for being a fellow cubs fan! She did exactly what we had asked and even provided water and shade for my puppy throughout their walk on a hot day! Definitely hope to use her again!!"

2.05 mi
64m
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Heather
Reviewed by Mitchell N. on 09/25/2017

"Thanks so much! Will definitely use you again! Helps so much on these hot days for this pregnant momma! "

1.05 mi
30m
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Khadijah
Reviewed by Cassandra S. on 09/25/2017

"Tyson loved his walk. It’s great having a dog walker that can handle him and his size. Tyson can’t wait for his next walk with Kadajha. Great Wag Walker"

1.51 mi
32m
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Khadijah
Reviewed by Cassandra S. on 09/24/2017

"Thanks so much Tyson needs the Exercise. He loves to get out for his walks. "

1.57 mi
30m
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Yvonne
Reviewed by Charles J. on 09/21/2017

"Wrigley loves you!! Thank you for being so good to him and taking the best pics!"

2.05 mi
62m
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Nicole
Reviewed by Melissa L. on 08/23/2017

"Love! Will definitely have Nicole take Baloo and Nala again. They are both huskies and very energetic so she did a great job. "

1.35 mi
33m
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Taryn
Reviewed by Natalie A. on 08/22/2017

"Taryn has been on time or slightly early each time and has done a great job with Zander."

1.09 mi
31m
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Dog Areas in Spring

36 Parks
15 Trails
10 Shops
40 Eateries
31 Groomers

The community of Spring, Texas is part of the greater Houston/The Woodlands/Sugarland metropolitan area, but its boundaries can become confusing. The name “Spring” refers to a large area spread between Montgomery County and Harris County, but the original town, now known as Old Town Spring, only encompasses a small area less than a mile. While it started small, Spring has experienced numerous periods of expansion, and today, this suburban area is appealing to families, and their pups! If your four-legged family members need medical attention, there are 20 local veterinarians to choose from.

Get outside with your furry friend and spend some time at Spring Creek Greenway. With almost 40 miles of green space and several hiking and biking trails, you are sure to find somehing new every time you visit.

If you are hungry, there are several local restaurants with Fido-friendly outdoor seating, including The Runaway Plate. This delicious destination services up home-cooked favorites ranging from chicken parmesan to spicy Thai green shrimp curry. The best part? There’s a tasting bar where you can sample all the entrees. The staff even spoils doggy diners with a bowl of water and a treat.

Whether you’re in the mood to eat, play or stay, you’ll find what you’re looking for in Spring, Texas. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Spring

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,946/sq mi

    #1 Lexington Woods

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    Located on the east side of Spring, the Lexington Woods neighborhood is home to the pawsome Pundt Park. This large family park features a large fenced-in dog park with individual areas for small and large dogs. There is plenty of room for rambunctious pups to run and several trails to explore. Concrete wash stations make cleanup a breeze, and sitting benches provide areas for pet parents to relax and take in the action.  All dogs visiting the park must be licensed, and their vaccinations must be current. Cleanup bags are provided. 

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,744/sq mi

    #2 Spring Trails

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    The Spring Trails neighborhood has a truly amazing place to explore with your canine companion: Spring Trails Preserve. This breathtaking nature preserve spans more than 12,500 acres and includes wetlands, prairies, rivers and bayous. It is one of the most successful preserves in the state of Texas, and whether you are a local or just passing through, it is definitely worth a visit. There are several trails that are perfect for hiking, and leashed dogs are always welcome to accompany their owners. Remember to pick up after your pet to help keep this natural treasure nice and clean for other visitors. 

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,318/sq mi

    #3 Bending Bough

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    Head to Spring’s Bending Bough neighborhood when you are looking for a place to eat. If you’re in the mood for Mexican, check out Las Cascadas Mexican. This local favorite serves up all your favorite south-of-the-border favorites and has two doggy friendly outdoor tables. For taste bud-tantalizing American fare and sweet treats, check out Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers. Smashburger is also a great choice, and they even serve a dog-friendly burger. Need a place to stay? Bending Bough is also home to the dog-friendly Motel 6 Houston North Spring. Pets of any size are welcome to stay with their parents at no additional charge. 

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,804/sq mi

    #4 Grogan's Mill

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    Located just over six miles northwest of Spring, the Grogan’s Mill neighborhood in The Woodlands is worth the trip when you want to give your canine a tail-waggin’ great day. Stop by Tamarac Dog Park to give your pup some off-leash fun and let him make some new friends. This fully fenced park offers plenty of shade and water fountains to help your hound cool off on hot summer days. There is a large pavilion with tables and benches for pet parents. This dog park is even located close to a children’s playground, so there is plenty of room for your kids to play, too. 

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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 822/sq mi

    #5 Summerwood

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    If you are feeling up to a little road trip, head to Houston’s Summerwood neighborhood and check out Alexander Deussen Dog Park. This dog park is fully fenced and features separate areas for big dogs and smaller pups. There is a paved path as well as plenty of open space for a thrilling game of fetch. If you would prefer to relax and take in all the action, there are also several benches. Drinking water is available for both people and pets. The park also features an agility course and a place to hose your dog off at the end of the day. 

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