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With an estimate of 44% of all households in Texas owning a dog, the state is in the top ten most dog populated states in the country. Sugar Land, Texas, is no exception, and many of the 83,860 citizens (2013 census) share their home with a dog.

Sugar Land offers two parks to walk the dogs. The first choice is the Sugar Land Palm Springs Dog Park as it is the only park in town where dogs can be off their leash. The park is split up in a section for small dogs and large dogs. The large dog area has a pond, and there is ample shade to find shelter for the sun. The park also has benches for the owners and a rinse station.

Another park well worth visiting as a dog lover is the Oyster Creek Park. While dogs have to be on a leash, the sheer beauty of this park is well worth it. Oyster Creek is a very tranquil place where you only hear the splashing of the water fountains.

The place to go out for dinner with canine companionship is the Japaneiro's Sushi Bistro & Latin Grill. This funky joint offers a fusion of Japanese and South-American cuisine. There are plenty of outdoor seats available for dog owners. If you are just passing through Sugar Land, Texas, and your stay is not permanent, check out the Drury Inn & Suites and Hyatt Place. These two hotels do not only offer a luxurious room but are also pet-friendly.

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    Population Density 151/sq mi

    #1 Creekside At Town Center


    Oyster Creek Park is a great destination to take you pup to for a fun afternoon. The park is known for its serene atmosphere and has a lot of walking paths and some fun water fountains. There is a trail that is 5-miles long, which is perfect to wear out your excited dog. Your pup does need to remain on-leash, and beware that there are turtles and alligators at the front entrance of the park. After a great outdoor adventure, be sure to stop by one of the eateries nearby that are dog-friendly, like The Rouxpour, Flying Saucer Draught Emporium, or Ruggles Green Sugar Land.

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    Population Density 3,935/sq mi

    #2 Gardens Of Avalon


    If you’re looking for a great dog park to take your pup to, then look no further than Pawn Springs Dog Park. This dog park is new and locals are loving it. The park has separate areas for large and small breeds, plus a pond for swimming, benches for relaxing, plenty of shade, and a rinse station in case your dog gets a little dirty. If your dog loves agility equipment, the park provides fun equipment to help get out some of that endless energy. The downside of the park is there isn’t any lights at night so you can’t be at the park too late.

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    Population Density 26,625/sq mi

    #3 Flour Central


    Flour Central is home to Natural Pawz, a great dog store to take your pup for some great retail therapy. Natural Pawz specializes in all-natural food and treat for cats and dogs. Their main concern is making sure your pet’s allergies are taken seriously and you are given all the right tools to help your pet stay healthy. On top of food and treats, Natural Pawz also sells an arrangement of toys and dog accessories, like beds. If you are passing through Sugarland, stay at the Hyatt Place Houston Sugarland, where two dogs up to 50 pounds can stay with you for a fee.

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    Population Density 69,499/sq mi

    #4 Kingsbridge Park

    About 10 minutes out of Sugar Land is the Congressman Bill Archer Bark Park in Houston. This pawsome park is fenced in with an area for large dogs, and an area for smaller dogs. Your dog will love running off leash in the large grass field, plus the park provides a pond for splashing around, plenty of benches for relaxing, and trees to help shade the park and keep your dog cool. If your dog needs to run out some extra energy, then he will love the agility equipment inside the park. Locals love the park, but be warned that there are some mud puddles and your puppy can get a little dirty during your adventure.
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    Population Density 5,304/sq mi

    #5 Quail Valley

    The Quail Valley neighborhood in the nearby town of Missouri City houses Community Park, a lovely spot to take your pup to for an awesome walk or jog. The park offers great walking trails, shaded gazebo, lots of green space, and a pond. Even though the pond may look tempting to swim in, there are a lot of fishermen, so it may be best to keep your dog out of the water. Locals warn that the park can get very busy on the weekend due to sport games, and the parking can be a mess, so be sure to plan ahead if you think you will be spending a weekend here.
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