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Dog Areas in Midlothian, VA

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Midlothian, Virginia is a classy northern town with a vintage look to it. They also are very pet-friendly and welcome you and your pet to experience all they have to offer!

If in Midlothian in the spring, definitely take your pet to the Woofstock festival hosted by the Richmond Animal League. This great event has games, booths, pet adoptions, and much more in order to raise awareness for the pets at the Richmond Animal League shelter.

There is also a great dog park just a short drive away. The Bark-A-Lot Dog Park is an off-lead dog park that offers plenty of grassy areas, a pond, and much more for your best friend. The park hosts regular events that you can take your pet to, such as photos with Santa, group walks, and adoption events.

If you are staying in Midlothian for a bit of time, check into the La Quinta Inn and Suites. These spacious, modern rooms always welcome your pets with open paws. They will do all they can to help you feel at home.

For a tasty treat later on, pop into Bruster's Real Ice Cream. Not only can you enjoy a frozen delight, but they also have a special dog menu for your furry friends to sample. Fido can enjoy his own doggie sundae!

Midlothian is a fantastic small city to visit with your pet today.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Midlothian, VA

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    Population Density 1,645/sq mi

    #1 Midlothian Village

    Make sure to bring your appetite when in the town center of Midlothian, as there are numerous food options to enjoy with your four-legged pawtner. For a delicious farm to table experience, visit the Urban Farmhouse restaurant to dine on fresh, local ingredients while your pup relaxes at any of the ten dog-friendly tables. Bringing several pups and friends? No worries, you can find more space at the Cafe Caturra. With thirty outdoor dog-friendly tables, you and your canine pal(s) can enjoy a lip-licking variety of breakfast sandwiches, shareable lunch plates, and dinner entrees in this European-inspired cafe at anytime of the day.
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    Population Density 2,226/sq mi

    #2 Brandermill


    Brandermill is an award-winning neighborhood that offers locals and travelers alike fresh breezes off the lake and plenty of outdoor activities. A trip to Brandermill includes fifteen miles of trails so you and doggie can enjoy pleasant Sunday strolls or bike rides. When in need of refreshments, head to the Tropical Smoothie Cafe or Carytown Coffee to enjoy hot or cold beverages, light breakfast options and afternoon snacks. You will need to tie up Fido up at the pet-friendly outdoor tables while you order inside. These local gems make a great pit stop on your way to or from a splendid hot day around the lake with your pup!

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    Population Density 669/sq mi

    #3 Midlothian


    The Midlothian neighborhood offers you and your pup a wide variety of food options. For pooches who love the drool-worthy aroma of smoked meat, stop by Q Barbeque just off the Midlothian Turnpike to put the local’s claim of “bbq heaven” to the test. Smoky and sweet briskets, ribs, chicken and more to satisfy your meat craving! For pups who prefer to woof down a slice of classic pawpperoni pizza or bowl of pawsta, Angelo’s Italian Pizza is just a bark away from Q’s and offers plenty of pet-friendly outdoor seating. When in Midlothian, make sure to bring your appetite!

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    Population Density 4,337/sq mi

    #4 The Grove


    For a dash of history and a handful of nature, head to The Grove to discover the neighborhood’s local Mid-Lothian Mines Park. Here at this quaint little park, you can discover the old coal mining ruins as you take Fido on a walk or run. For extra fun, try finding the old, hidden cemetery and painted rocks as you explore the park. Make sure to keep your pup on a leash or under voice control, and bring potty bags. Locals often frequent this park for its simplicity and wildlife. With a tranquil lake with ducks, it’s a great place to take Fido for some pawdorable photo ops!

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    Population Density 1,580/sq mi

    #5 Rockwood

    After you treat your pup to a sundae at Bruster’s, don’t miss out on some fun at the closeby Ruff House Dog Park located at Rockwood Park in neighboring Richmond. Just a ten-minute drive from the center of Midlothian, the Ruff House Dog Park offers a fun outdoor excursion with your pooch. Dog owners rave about the park’s cleanliness and maintenance; the pawfect place for Fido to play and exercise off-leash! The park features separate fenced areas for both large and small dogs. The drinking station tends to get muddy, so make sure to bring a towel to wipe of any dirty paws before hopping back in the car! If the dog park is a bit too busy for your pup, put on the leash and head into the rest of Rockwood Park, which features trails, a playground, and various sports fields.
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