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Dog Areas in Sunnyvale, TX

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Although it’s just a stone’s throw from the bustling metropolis of Dallas, Sunnyvale has maintained its small town charm. In Sunnyvale, you and your pooch can enjoy friendly people, fresh air, fields of bluebonnets, and quiet, starry nights with big city amenities just a short drive away. And in the event that your pet needs medical attention or just a yearly check-up, Sunnyvale has two veterinary clinics to care for your dog.

Sunnyvale’s Town Center Park is a pawsome place for a walk with your dog. Leashed pups are welcome throughout the park, and you’ll find waste disposal stations there, too. The park has a beautiful .75-mile paved walking and bike path that is lined with mature trees and benches. There’s also basketball and tennis courts, exercise equipment, a playground, a fishing pond, restrooms and picnic areas with grills. Visit and you’ll see why Town Center Park is so pawpular!

If you’re visiting the area, a furrific, dog-friendly place to stay is the Best Western Plus Christopher Inn & Suites. Although this hotel is located in the neighboring town of Forney, it’s only five miles from Sunnyvale! This hotel loves to host people and their pets, and you’ll love staying in their updated rooms. They even have a swimming pool!

Whether this quaint Texas town is your home or you’re just visiting, you and your pup will have a tail-waggin’ good time in Sunnyvale!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Sunnyvale, TX

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    Population Density 489/sq mi

    #1 Mission Courtyard Villas

    Get ready to have some fun in Sunnyvale’s Mission Courtyard Villas neighborhood! This neighborhood’s gem is the Samuell Farm North Park, a pawsome spot for spending time outdoors with Fido. The park has a 1.5-mile hiking and biking trail that is so scenic, it’s sure to make tails wag! The path winds past a beautiful pond and through trees, and there’s benches where you and your pup can take in all the park’s pretty scenery. Samuell Farm North Park also has covered exercise equipment, picnic areas with charcoal grills, a drinking fountain and a doggie waste disposal station. Leashed dogs are welcome throughout the park.
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    Population Density 62/sq mi

    #2 Meadowdale

    In the mood for a puptacular picnic with your pooch? Head to Sunnyvale’s Meadowdale neighborhood. This quiet residential neighborhood has lots of mature trees and the charming rural feel that Sunnyvale is known for. Meadowdale is also home to Robert Vineyard Park, a great place to spend an afternoon with your pup. This park has a quarter-mile hiking and biking path, plus a big, grassy field where you can walk your leashed pup. There’s also a picnic area with a charcoal grill to make it easy for you to cook up some tasty vittles! There’s also a restroom and a water fountain. Remember to bring a leash and cleanup bags.
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    Population Density 491/sq mi

    #3 Homestead

    Roll the windows down and take a drive with Fido to the Homestead neighborhood in Sunnyvale. This residential area is a great place for a walk with your leashed pup. Take a jaunt around the neighborhood’s paved loop that starts at Jobson Park and meanders along Jobson Rd to E Town East Blvd. On your walk, you’ll see the neighborhood’s large, woofderful homes and lots farmland. Turn down Mitchell Dr and you’ll be back at Jobson Park in two shakes of a dog’s tail. Once you’ve returned to the park, enjoy the picnic area with charcoal grills and a water fountain. The park also has restrooms and sports fields. Remember to bring a leash and cleanup bags.
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    Population Density 3,727/sq mi

    #4 Lyons Rd / Guthrie Rd

    You’ll love this neighborhood in Garland, just four miles north of Sunnyvale. The neighborhood’s Ablon Park is a huge open greenspace with tons of mature trees and places to sniff and explore. Hop on the .9-mile paved walking path with your leashed four-legged friend and take a trip around the beautiful fishing pond. You just might see some wildlife like cranes and herons on your jaunt! Ablon Park has an awesome spot for a picnic under a pavilion or in the shade of one of the mature trees. There’s also restrooms, water fountains, a playground and sports fields. Remember to bring a leash and cleanup bags.
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    Population Density 6,140/sq mi

    #5 Town East Estates I

    Looking for some off-leash time with Fido? Visit the Town East Estates I neighborhood in Mesquite! Just six miles from Sunnyvale, this neighborhood has a huge and pawsome off-leash dog park that’s 30,000 square feet! The Leash Free Zone at Town East Park is a fenced-in grassy area made for furry fun. There’s a special area for petite pooches weighing less than 30 pounds. Dogs of all shapes and sizes are welcome to romp and play in the main off-leash area. The park has benches and doggie waste disposal stations to make your life easier, too. Remember to bring drinking water and a leash for entering and exiting the park. Town East Estates I is also home of McKenzie Park, a smaller park where you can take your leashed dog for a picnic.
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