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    • Get matched

      Get matched

      A top-rated local Caregiver will match with you; or you can choose to browse Caregivers near you.

    • Follow along

      Follow along

      Receive live updates and photos. Track your pup's walk via GPS.

    • Get a report card

      Get a report card

      Once your pet is home, view details on how the walk went, complete with a photo!

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      Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in Tokio

      Restaurant Row

      4848
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      9,499 per sq. mi.

      Restaurant Row

      4848

      The Restaurant Row neighborhood of Lubbock, TX is so named for a reason! Locals and tourists alike flock to Restaurant Row to enjoy a wide variety of cuisines. Get your pup comfortable at the outdoor tables at Freebirds World Burrito, a Mexican restaurant with all your favorite dishes. However, outdoor table service isn't available here. If you don't want to leave your pup outside while you order, On the Border Mexican Grill & Cantina is another pet-friendly Mexican restaurant with outdoor tables and yummy desserts! Don’t have much time? Rudy’s Country Store is a pet-friendly shop with a little cafeteria where you can have a quick bite before traveling further.

      Tech Terrace

      3636
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      2,846 per sq. mi.

      Tech Terrace

      3636

      Tech Terrace is one of the central neighborhoods in Lubbock, located right across from Texas Tech University. U.S. Highway 62 and 19th Street, outlining the northern part of the neighborhood, are home to tourist amenities like eateries and hostels. If you need some fresh air, head to Tech Terrace Park or Wagner Park, two neighborhood parks with walking trails. You can't let pooches roam off-leash here, but there is no better place for a morning walk or an evening stroll! You can also meet up with friends with furry babies in Yellow House Coffee on 34th Street. This beautiful and cozy cafe has outdoor tables and occasional live music.

      Clapp Park

      2424
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      3,872 per sq. mi.

      Clapp Park

      2424

      Centered on the namesake park, the Clapp Park neighborhood in Lubbock features mostly residential areas with a few convenience stores and fast food restaurants. Clapp Park, a huge recreational center in the heart of the neighborhood, is a green space with walking trails for on-leash walks with pooches in Lubbock Memorial Arboretum! If you get tired, there are some shaded spots near the lake to catch your breath and relax. After a good walk, grab a seat at Tech Café on 50th Street, a simple eatery with a pet-friendly atmosphere and old-fashioned burgers for fans of American cuisine. Bring a water bowl with you. Bone Appetit!

      Hollandale Heights

      1212
      Dog ParksDog Parks
      1 park

      Population DensityPopulation Density
      147 per sq. mi.

      Hollandale Heights

      1212

      Hollandale Heights is one of the many neighborhoods of Midland, TX, featuring only residential quarters and small local stores and businesses. Hogan Park, with multiple recreational spots, fields, and amenities, is within walking distance from Hollandale Heights, right across East Wadley Avenue. The park is also home to Hogan’s Dog Park, one of just a few dog parks in the area where dogs can run off-leash. Locals often come here with their families and furry friends, so you and your pup are sure to make some new pals! The park provides drinking water, benches, and shade, but you'll need to bring your own waste baggies. 

      South E. Highway 80

      00
      Dog ParksDog Parks
      1 park

      Population DensityPopulation Density
      2,512 per sq. mi.

      South E. Highway 80

      00

      If you and your pup don't mind traveling, gear up for a 3-hour adventure to Abilene, a city in Abilene County, Texas. The South E. Highway 80 neighborhood stretches along the highway and occupies the entire eastern part of town. There are multiple parks here, as well as some stores serving the residents’ needs. To find some dog-friendly fun, head to Grover Nelson Park! This public park is one of the local attractions with a pet-friendly extension – Camp Barkeley Dog Park. The dog spot is spacious enough to have two separate enclosures for small and large breeds to play and run off-leash and some benches for owners.

      Restaurant Row

      4848
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      9,499 per sq. mi.

      Restaurant Row

      4848

      The Restaurant Row neighborhood of Lubbock, TX is so named for a reason! Locals and tourists alike flock to Restaurant Row to enjoy a wide variety of cuisines. Get your pup comfortable at the outdoor tables at Freebirds World Burrito, a Mexican restaurant with all your favorite dishes. However, outdoor table service isn't available here. If you don't want to leave your pup outside while you order, On the Border Mexican Grill & Cantina is another pet-friendly Mexican restaurant with outdoor tables and yummy desserts! Don’t have much time? Rudy’s Country Store is a pet-friendly shop with a little cafeteria where you can have a quick bite before traveling further.

      Tech Terrace

      3636
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      2,846 per sq. mi.

      Tech Terrace

      3636

      Tech Terrace is one of the central neighborhoods in Lubbock, located right across from Texas Tech University. U.S. Highway 62 and 19th Street, outlining the northern part of the neighborhood, are home to tourist amenities like eateries and hostels. If you need some fresh air, head to Tech Terrace Park or Wagner Park, two neighborhood parks with walking trails. You can't let pooches roam off-leash here, but there is no better place for a morning walk or an evening stroll! You can also meet up with friends with furry babies in Yellow House Coffee on 34th Street. This beautiful and cozy cafe has outdoor tables and occasional live music.

      Clapp Park

      2424
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      3,872 per sq. mi.

      Clapp Park

      2424

      Centered on the namesake park, the Clapp Park neighborhood in Lubbock features mostly residential areas with a few convenience stores and fast food restaurants. Clapp Park, a huge recreational center in the heart of the neighborhood, is a green space with walking trails for on-leash walks with pooches in Lubbock Memorial Arboretum! If you get tired, there are some shaded spots near the lake to catch your breath and relax. After a good walk, grab a seat at Tech Café on 50th Street, a simple eatery with a pet-friendly atmosphere and old-fashioned burgers for fans of American cuisine. Bring a water bowl with you. Bone Appetit!

      Hollandale Heights

      1212
      Dog ParksDog Parks
      1 park

      Population DensityPopulation Density
      147 per sq. mi.

      Hollandale Heights

      1212

      Hollandale Heights is one of the many neighborhoods of Midland, TX, featuring only residential quarters and small local stores and businesses. Hogan Park, with multiple recreational spots, fields, and amenities, is within walking distance from Hollandale Heights, right across East Wadley Avenue. The park is also home to Hogan’s Dog Park, one of just a few dog parks in the area where dogs can run off-leash. Locals often come here with their families and furry friends, so you and your pup are sure to make some new pals! The park provides drinking water, benches, and shade, but you'll need to bring your own waste baggies. 

      South E. Highway 80

      00
      Dog ParksDog Parks
      1 park

      Population DensityPopulation Density
      2,512 per sq. mi.

      South E. Highway 80

      00

      If you and your pup don't mind traveling, gear up for a 3-hour adventure to Abilene, a city in Abilene County, Texas. The South E. Highway 80 neighborhood stretches along the highway and occupies the entire eastern part of town. There are multiple parks here, as well as some stores serving the residents’ needs. To find some dog-friendly fun, head to Grover Nelson Park! This public park is one of the local attractions with a pet-friendly extension – Camp Barkeley Dog Park. The dog spot is spacious enough to have two separate enclosures for small and large breeds to play and run off-leash and some benches for owners.

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