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Dog Areas in Howard

18 Parks
1 Trail
4 Shops
1 Eatery
6 Groomers

Located in Brown County directly to the north of Green Bay, the city of Howard is a pawtastic area to bring your pooch. With eighteen parks, a dog-friendly restaurant, and some incredible trails nearby, you and your special pal will have ample opportunity to get out and explore nature  together. If you need to seek veterinary care for your companion, you can select from three clinics within Howard.

Take Fido to Memorial Park off Glendale Avenue and continue north on Lakeview Drive to connect with the Mountain Bay Trail. This 83-mile multi-use state trail stretches from Howard to Weston. Make sure your pup is on a leash and that you pick up any waste when using this pupcredible pathway.

When you want to get outdoors with your pooch, head to the Hoff-Reinhard Wildlife Preserve located just north of Lineville Road. This passive park has trails that wander through grassy and wooded areas.  Remember to keep your pup on a leash and to pick up any waste while visiting this area.

If you want to take great care of your pal by feeding him an all-natural diet, head to Cheryl's Healthy Pet Market on North Packerland Drive. This local, holistic pet nutrition store is open Monday to Saturday. Available products include vitamins, species appropriate food, treats, and other pet supplies. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Howard

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    Population Density 4,916/sq mi

    #1 Duck Creek

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    The neighborhood of Duck Creek features an off-leash play area where you can take your four-footed friend. Head to the Howard Dog Park with Fido for some pawtastic recreation. This facility includes a fenced enclosure for off-leash activity with other pooches. There's a shelter and picnic tables where owners can relax while their pups romp around. Make sure you bring along water and pick up your dog's waste. If you want to go exploring, leash up your pal and hike through the woods on the trail that wanders through the Gordon Nauman Conservation Area that surrounds the off-leash area. This park is open dawn till dusk and is free of charge to use.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,566/sq mi

    #2 Lineville Rd/Northwood Rd

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    The Lineville Rd/Northwood Road neighborhood is a quiet community with lots of open spaces where you can take Fido for some fresh air. Go to Spring Green Park to get some exercise with your pal. Walk through the woods and open fields of this 47-acre facility with canine companion. Dogs are permitted in the open areas of the park as long as they're on a leash that's up to eight feet long. After you and your pup stretch your legs, head over to Bark & Brew on Lineville Road. This pet-friendly establishment has a menu with items for dogs and their owners, a fenced outdoor area where your pooch can play,  and an open-concept indoor area where dogs and their owners can socialize together.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,750/sq mi

    #3 Meadowbrook

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    When you want to go exploring and stretch your legs, head to the neighborhood of Meadowbrook. This area features a pupcredible 92-acre facility that includes a 1.25-mile paved trail and a network of natural pathways. Go hiking or jogging here in Meadowbrook Park with your special pal. Roam the paths that wind through wooded areas alongside Lancaster Brook. Dogs are allowed on trails and in open spaces in the park as long as you keep them on a leash up to eight feet long and under control. Be responsible and pick up after your pup while visiting this facility.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,337/sq mi

    #4 Village Center

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    The neighborhood of Village Center includes some pleasant community parks where you and Fido can get out to stretch your legs. Head to Pioneer Parkway and walk along Duck Creek in this 18.55-acre natural area. Another place to take your furry friend to get a little exercise and fresh air is Pinewood Park. Walk or jog along the paved trail that circles this 11.77-acre facility. Dogs on a leash up to eight feet long are permitted to join you on the trails and in the open spaces here. You are responsible for picking up any waste when visiting these parks.
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    Population Density 1,202/sq mi

    #5 Elm Tree Corners

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    Elm Tree Corners is a lovely neighborhood that has easy access to a number of area parks. Just north of this community, you can take Fido to Pamperin Park and wander through the fields and along Duck Creek. This expansive facility has gently rolling hills and a suspension bridge for you and your pup to explore together. Enjoy the scenic beauty as you hike through the area. You may bring up to three dogs to wander the paths and open spaces here. Canine companions must be on leashes that are eight feet or less and must have a current license and rabies vaccination. You are responsible to pick up and dispose of your pet's waste.
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