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Dog Areas in Brooklyn, WI

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Brooklyn, Wisconsin is a small village that overlaps two counties, Dane County and Green County. While the population is small compared to its neighboring cities, it has tripled in size since 2000. This is promising for city developers and business owners looking to grow in Brooklyn. The town is family-friendly, with an increasing number of families with young children. There are no animal hospitals inside of Brooklyn, but there is one just a short drive to the north in the town of Oregon, so you have somewhere to get your dog if an emergency should come up.

Dogs in Brooklyn enjoy plenty of green spaces and room to grow and play with their humans. Families with children and dogs are a common sight in the community fields and green spaces. There are four parks throughout Brooklyn where leashed pets are welcome as long as they are cleaned up after. The many small ponds throughout the town are also popular destinations during the warmer months. The Brooklyn Wildlife Area is a short drive to the west of the village and is an amazing spot for a hike or a long walk with your four-legged family. Your dog will bark for joy at the sight of his harness once he visits this oasis with you just once! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Brooklyn, WI

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    Population Density 1,285/sq mi

    #1 North Brooklyn

    North Brooklyn is a small and quiet neighborhood in this village with its own unnamed green park right across the street from the preschool. You will find plenty of room to run with your dog in this park, so make sure you bring some tennis balls to chase around and some waste bags for easy clean-up before you leave. The neighborhood of North Brooklyn is close to several major roads, which makes it accessible for commuters who prefer rural living while being able to work in the larger towns nearby. The streets and sidewalks are calm due to the small population, making them pawfect for walks.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,285/sq mi

    #2 West Brooklyn

    West Brooklyn only has a handful of residential streets. This makes it a pawesome place for a long walk on a weekend morning when your dog is craving some extra quality time with you. You will find Allen Creek is a fine place to visit with your dog on a hot day; just make sure you have plenty of waste bags to help keep the banks clean and green. You will also want a towel or two if your dog loves to splash around. The green grass around the creek is a great spot for a game of fetch with some tennis balls or a frisbee.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,285/sq mi

    #3 Central Brooklyn

    Central Brooklyn has its own streets full of churches and schools, making is a great place for growing families, including those with dogs. Dog walkers will find Legion Park is an amazing place to visit with your pup. You will make many like-minded friends of both the two and four-legged variety. There is lots of room to throw around your dog's favorite toys or sticks, as well as space to lay out a picnic blanket and enjoy some quiet time on a calm afternoon in the sun. The Brooklyn Village Hall has an outdoor grassy area that is also frequented by dog lovers.
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    Population Density 1,285/sq mi

    #4 East Brooklyn

    East Brooklyn is a charming and peaceful neighborhood where you will find plenty of dogs walking with their humans around the local pond. You will need clean-up bags and a leash when you are moving around town with your dog. Just make sure you also have plenty of towels if you will be spending time at the pond. Just down the road, Smithfield Park is a favorite among dogs. You can play and run and roll to your pup's content in this area, so be sure to pack plenty of toys and treats for your day exploring all that East Brooklyn has to offer.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,285/sq mi

    #5 South Brooklyn

    South Brooklyn is a quiet, sparsely populated part of the village. The area is peaceful but also very green, with plenty of open space. There is a small local pond here that is popular with families who live in the neighborhood. You can pack a blanket and some snacks for a relaxing and rejuvenating afternoon bonding with your dog. The neighborhood is split in half by the highway, making commuting a breeze and cutting down on the time it will take you to get back to your favorite furry roommate at the end of a long workday. You and Fido will have a furrific time in South Brooklyn!
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