Dog Walkers in Taylor, TX

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Dog Areas in Taylor, TX

3 Parks
5 Trails
20 Shops
22 Eateries
1 Groomer

You know how they say some things were just meant to be? Taylor, Texas was just meant to be. Because it was in an ideal location for trading and shipping, Taylor became an important and open city for trade for not only the railroad, but for cattle caravans as well. In 1879, a fire destroyed many of the town's residences and businesses, but the city recovered swiftly. By the early 1900s, it even had a volunteer fire department with 100 people and water hoses fueled by the San Gabriel River -- this was almost unheard of at the time. You and your dog can come take a walk down the old shipping lanes, learn about the cattle trades and how cattle shipping worked, and even get to know the iconic cowboys of the time.

If you would like to see the more primitive side of Taylor, then you will enjoy Taylor Park. The trails are left completely natural. There are primitive campsites that give you a chance to really immerse yourself in nature. The restrooms need some work, but they are usable. It has a ghost town feel and offers seclusion away from the busy city. 

Murphy Park is quite the opposite. It is 120 acres of space. You can walk the trails, enjoy the playground, and even enjoy the modernized bathroom. There is always a crowd here, so be prepared to make some new friends!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Taylor, TX

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    Population Density 124/sq mi

    #1 Dolan St

    Fannie Robinson Park is 55 acres of room to roam. There's so much to do here that your pup won't want to leave! You and your dog can walk the trail system, which is paved and has trash cans along the way. Or, you can play ball on one of the 4 ball courts. There is plenty of green space to sit and enjoy the quiet. You will want to bring water, as dogs are not allowed in the bathrooms. Doggie waste bags are not provided either, so you will want to bring your own. Most areas of the park require pups to stay on-leash, but there are spots where you are allowed to let your pet off their leash if he is voice trained and well-behaved.
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    Population Density 124/sq mi

    #2 Dellinger

    Bull Branch Park has a duck pond that you can walk around and enjoy. There are fish in the pond, so bring a rod and reel and cast a few lines with your buddy by your side. This is a leash-only park, because the ducks run the show here! Make sure Fido doesn't get too friendly with the ducks, as the park strives to keep them safe. There are restrooms located beside the baseball field, but they are only open when there is a game. Bring your own water. Don't forget your doggie waste bags as well. Bring some treats for the ducks -- keeping in mind that bread is actually bad for ducks! -- but be warned; they aren't very forgiving to picnics!
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    Population Density 124/sq mi

    #3 2nd street

    Masfajitas is the best place to stop and enjoy some authentic Mexican food. They allow pets in the smoking area, which is outdoors, as long as they are well-behaved and on a leash. The staff won't serve your dog, so be sure to bring a water dish for him. This is the place to come for fajitas, quesadillas, and of course, tacos. If you'd rather have American cuisine than Mexican fare, dive into a burger and fries or a seafood dish. No Mexican restaurant is complete without adult beverages! Try a margarita or sip your favorite beer while you wait on your food to arrive.
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    Population Density 1,700/sq mi

    #4 Harris Ridge

    Harris Ridge Dog Park is the perfect place to bring your dog to run and play with other dogs. It is about twenty miles from Taylor. This fenced area is the pawfect place to take off your pup's leash and just let her roam free for awhile. You'll have everything you will need while you are here. The drinking fountains are clean and designed just for dogs. The cleaning stations are well-stocked, and the trash cans emptied frequently. This is a great dog park because the owners seem to really care about the park and maintain it very well.
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    Population Density 3,539/sq mi

    #5 Lake Creek Park

    Round Rock Dog Depot is a smaller dog park located in Round Rock, just under twenty miles from Taylor. This is a furrific place to let your pup get some much-needed leash-free exercise. There is a water fountain to play in, as well as plenty of drinking fountains. The cleaning stations are always stocked and ready for you to use. You and your dog can play on the agility equipment together, or you can sit back and relax while Fido makes some new friends! It is a great dog park, even if it is on the small side, to come and spend a couple of hours. It's also pawpular with locals, so you're bound to make some new buddies.
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