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Dog Areas in Spanaway

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A census-dedicated place in Pierce County, Washington, Spanaway is a hidden gem with a rich history -- not to mention, a great place to raise your dog! While there aren’t many dog attractions centered right in the midst of Spanaway, it’s close enough to Tacoma that a day trip in the bigger and bustling city is a no-brainer. With all the excitement of living in a state that spawned so many music legends, and all the serenity of a low-key neighborhood, Spanaway is a place that can’t be beat -- especially for your pup! 

One of the most luxurious dog locations in the area, Woofers Grooming and Goodies is a definite must-see for the distinguished dog (and dog owner). Known to have groomers that care immensely about the well-being of their clients, a new ‘do isn’t all doggy can get here! Browse the store, which sells tasty and high-quality treats as well as fantastically fun toys. Woofers Grooming and Goodies is a treasure trove of potential purchases for your pup, and once they’re in the store, they won’t want to leave! However, with all the excitement surrounding the town of Spanaway, you’ll have to drag them out kicking and screaming (...or barking).

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Spanaway

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    Population Density 3,990/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Tacoma

    Downtown Tacoma is the place to be if you’re planning a day trip near Spanaway! This busy location is where you’ll find the hip and welcoming Odd Otter Brewing. With a number of tasty local brews, as well as some delicious food for you to chow down on, it’s no wonder a number of people bring their pup pals to hang out on the tasting room patio! The only day this party stops is Christmas Day -- every other day of the year, bring your buddy to this pet-friendly location that will make you both feel like real life rock stars.
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    Population Density 3,990/sq mi

    #2 South Tacoma


    Make your way south, and you and your faithful companion will be in South Tacoma in short order. While not as lustrous as downtown Tacoma, the southern area of the city sure has its own pawesome contributions to make! Take Rogers Dog Park, for example. A fenced-in area where your pup is free to go dog wild off their leash, Rogers Dog Park is filled with drinking fountains as well as nice and shady spots for you to sit and relax while rover roams. Your pup is sure to make some pals, but don’t worry! You’re still number one!

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    Population Density 2,719/sq mi

    #3 Clarks Creek

    Clarks Creek is a neighborhood you can’t miss, located a ways east from Spanaway in Puyallup. Centered between two parks, Puyallup Dog Park makes up two thirds of an acre and is accessible from both Clarks Creek Park North, and Clarks Creek Park South. This makes the park accessible to all sorts of new canine companions for your special pup. Bring plenty of drinking water, as well as some cool toys for your happy hound to show off. They’ll be the hit of the dog park, especially if you bring some of those especially yummy liver treats to share with the rest of the pack!
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    Population Density 553/sq mi

    #4 Dupont Park

    Yet another city to scratch off of your doggy to-do list, DuPont is a beautiful location where you’ll find The City of DuPont Park, and within the bounds of that park, you’ll also find the City of DuPont off-leash area. Your pup will be in dog heaven as they run their paws off, dashing across their little slice of DuPont while you relax and enjoy the nice weather. Be sure to bring clean drinking water for the both of you, as well as some yummy treats. Definitely don’t forget puppy’s favorite playthings -- they’ve got to show their friends!
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    Population Density 2,719/sq mi

    #5 Chambers Bay

    Impossible to leave off of a list near the great city of Tacoma is Chambers Bay Off Leash Park and Beach. This park includes a fenced-in, wide open space for your doggy to roam, as well as a smaller area for nervous, senior, or smaller breed dogs. Don’t miss the jogging trail, which welcomes leashed pups and even has doggy waste bag dispensers spread throughout! You’ll also have no trouble finding a nice drink of water for your pup, as there are two public restrooms that include doggy drinking fountains. You and your dog will both have a doggone good time here!
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