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Dog Areas in Pullman

8 Parks
1 Trail
3 Eateries
2 Groomers
Pullman is the largest city in Whitman County, Washington. The city is mainly known for its agriculture and the rolling hills that are filled with wheat and legumes. With four veterinarians in town, your dog will be living a healthy life in Pullman.

Have a fun day out at Kruegel Park with Fido by your side. This wooded park offers a picnic and BBQ area with a large playground, baseball field, football fields, and a soccer field. The 7.95-acre park also has a restroom, tennis courts, and a grass area for fetch. Take a walk along the paved walking path that goes throughout the park before heading home.

Grab a bite to eat at the Cougar Country with your dog by your side. They have a menu that includes burgers, hoagies, and chicken baskets that your dog will drool over. The restaurant loves dogs so much that they will give your dog a tasty treat while you are grabbing your own food.

If you need a place to stay, check into the Quality Inn Paradise Creek, Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites Pullman or the Hilltop Inn Magnuson Hotel with your furry pal. They welcome your dog to stay a night or two with you by his side.

Your pup will love hanging out in Pullman with you and seeing how amazing this beautiful town is. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Pullman

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 71/sq mi

    #1 Pullman Junction

    If Fido is craving some off-leash time, check out the Pooch Park at Pullman Dog Park. This huge park offers plenty of benches for owners to relax on, plus tons of grass for fetch. The park offers a few pavilions for shade, and if you get lucky, the sprinklers will be on for Fido to run in. The park sits on a hill so your dog can get some extra exercise in running up and down it. This dog park does require a membership to join, and you won't be able to get into the park without a key card. Make sure to bring clean-up bags along with you.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 213/sq mi

    #2 Whitlow

    Go on a great hike with your dog along the Bill Chipman Palouse Trail. The trail is 15.1-miles long with an asphalt trail surface. There is a 209-foot elevation gain on an out and back route, making it an easy hike for any level of hiker. The trail is always popular with hikers, bikers, and joggers, so make sure your dog wants to socialize. While hiking, you will pass a stream where Fido can stop for some water. The greatest thing about this trail is that your dog doesn't need to stay on leash while you use it. 
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 6,128/sq mi

    #3 Historic Pioneer Hill

    Hang out at the Woodcraft Park with Fido by your side. This quiet park offers plenty of trees for shade, plus a nice swinging bench that you can sit on and relax. Take advantage of the walking path that goes around the park to get a good walk in with your furry friend. After a fun day out, stop in at Roost for a bite to eat. They offer breakfast and lunch options that you and Fido can enjoy on their dog-friendly outdoor patio. When your bring your pup along he will even get a treat from the staff for joining you.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 12,499/sq mi

    #4 College Hill Core

    Stop by the College Hill Core neighborhood and check out some of the delicious places you and Fido can eat at. Porch Light Pizza offers artisan pizza and salads, plus they have a wine and beer menu that pairs perfectly with whatever you're eating. Rico's Public House has some amazing pub house favorites for you to chow down on, like wings and chips. Heros N Sports is an Italian joint that you and your dog can stop into and grab a personal size pizza or some delicious pasta. All of these great restaurants offer dog-friendly patios where you and your dog can sit down and enjoy a meal together. After a tasty meal visit Reaney Park to get a good walk in. The park offers a playground, big trees for shade, and an open field for fetch. The Petry Natural Area is another great park to visit that offers benches and picnic tables for you and Fido to use.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 146/sq mi

    #5 Sunnyside Hill

    The Sunnyside Park is an amazing 25-acre park to explore with your dog. Your pup will love all the amenities the park offers, including restrooms, a pavilion, playground, baseball field, tennis courts, and disc golf course. The park has a pond running through it and a community garden you can enjoy. Take a walk along the paved path the goes throughout the park and have a good day of exercise with your dog. Make sure to keep Fido on a leash when you are visiting, and don't forget to bring water and clean-up bags along with you. 
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