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Dog Areas in Zuehl

Zuehl, Texas is an unincorporated area that was once known to people as “Perryman’s Crossing”. A man by the name of William Zuehl opened a store in this town, and soon after, the city was named after him.

There aren’t many dog-friendly spaces or places in this quaint little community, but don’t fret just yet. Zuehl is part of the San Antonio Metropolitan Area, which means it’s just a short drive away from a muttropolis with plenty of dog-friendly things to do!

You’ll find everything you and your four-footed pal might need or want in San Antonio, including parks, restaurants, shopping, hotels, and so much more. The best part is, all these furiffic Fido-friendly amenities are within a 30-minute drive!

Don’t feel like heading into the big city? Not to worry. You’ll find a couple of short hiking trails over in New Braunfels, which is also a 30-minute drive away. A local favorite is County Line Memorial Trail, a short and easy 2.8-mile hike. Don’t fur-get to bring water and waste bags for your adventure!

Zuehl, Texas is the pawfect place for dog owners who want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city, but still stay close enough to enjoy everything it has to offer!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Zuehl

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    Population Density 3,174/sq mi

    #1 Blossoms Park

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    McAllister Park, located in San Antonio’s Blossoms Park neighborhood, has a pawesome on-site dog park which you simply must visit. This fenced, off-leash park has plenty of space to run, as well as agility equipment for added excitement. Water is provided, but you should bring your own doggie waste bags for cleanup. Outside the dog park, you’ll find plenty more to do at the playground and walking trails. Dogs aren’t allowed in the playground, but leashed pups can explore the hiking and biking trails with you.
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    Population Density 2,821/sq mi

    #2 Churchill Forest

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    The Churchill Forest neighborhood of San Antonio is home to the Phil Hardberger Dog Park, which your pup is sure to fall head over paws for! You’ll find two separate areas here for small and large breeds. Be sure to pay attention to the signs, because there are certain areas in the dog park where your pup needs to be leashed. You’ll also find walking trails here which feature a variety of terrain. Leashed dogs are allowed on the trails. You’ll need to bring your own doggie waste bags and water.
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    Population Density 2,821/sq mi

    #3 South San Antonio

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    In the sprawling neighborhood of southern San Antonio, you’ll find a pawesome park near the Lackland Air Force Base. Pearsall Dog Park is the place to go if you’re looking for a walk during the early morning or late night. This pawesome park is open from 5 AM to 11 PM every day, making it perfect for busy dog owners to squeeze in a quick walk before or after work. Here, you’ll find separate areas for large and small dogs, agility equipment, shaded areas, seating, and water fountains. You’ll need to bring your own waste bags along, though.
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    Population Density 3,640/sq mi

    #4 Forest Crest

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    Tucked away in the eastern corner of San Antonio’s Forest Crest neighborhood is Raymond Russell Park. This isn’t a designated dog park, though. Instead, it’s a community park which welcomes leashed dogs. This park is the pawfect place to enjoy a day out with the whole family, furry members included! In addition to plenty of grassy areas to sniff out with your pup, this park is also home to a children’s playground. If you’re looking for a quiet park to enjoy a quick walk with your pup after a long ride on the nearby I-10, stop off at Raymond Russell Park to stretch your legs! Bring water and waste bags with you.
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    Population Density 3,536/sq mi

    #5 Inner West Side

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    Tom Slick Dog Park is a great place to go if you’re looking for a small, quiet park with lots of amenities. This one-acre, off-leash dog park has two separate sections for large and small breeds, drinking water for people and pups, and even a doggie shower for your pooch to rinse the dirt and grass out of his fur! You’ll also find paved walkways here where your leashed pooch is welcome to explore. The dog park is part of the larger Tom Slick Park, which is home to sports fields, pavilions, a playground and a pond. Bring the whole family along to enjoy the pawfect day at the park!
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