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Dog Areas in West Allis

12 Parks
3 Trails
2 Shops
5 Eateries
6 Groomers

West Allis is situated in Milwaukee County and is part of the Milwaukee metropolitan area.  This mid-sized town pairs big city shopping, dining, and entertainment with outdoor recreation and a comfortable pace of life. Local canines give this city two enthusiastic paws up!

It’s no secret that dogs and parks are a match made in heaven. Fur-tunately, pups living in West Allis have access to plenty of parks. Honey Creek Park is about four acres and is a perfect place for an afternoon stroll with your four legged friend. Wander around the paved paths for some exercise. Maple, spruce, oak and cedar trees keep this park cool in the summer. Kopperud Park is another pawsome option. Take your leashed pup for some laps around this park or just chill out on one of the benches.

When dogs in West Allis aren’t feeling well, they have four top notch veterinary clinics at their disposal. West Allis Veterinary Clinic, Spirit of 76 Veterinary Clinic, West Allis Animal Hospital, and VCA Pahle Animal Hospital proudly service the pups in this city. These clinics offer dental services, wellness checks, surgical procedures, and diagnostic capabilities. No bones about it, your furry BFF is in excellent hands!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in West Allis

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    Population Density 6,207/sq mi

    #1 LaFollette Park


    If your canine pal is ready for a walk, clip on his leash and head over to the Hank Aaron State Trail. This trail is 12 miles long and stretches all the way to the shore of Lake Michigan in Milwaukee. With this much mileage, you have enough room to walk until your pup is ready to call it quits.  You’ll pass by several local points of interest including the State Fair Park, Pettit National Ice Center, and the Soldiers Home Historic District.  LaFollette Park is also in the area. Make your way over to this park and let your pooch sniff around the fields and feel the grass beneath his paws. 

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    Population Density 2,528/sq mi

    #2 Greenfield Park


    Is your pup itching to get outside? Clip on her leash and pay a visit to Greenfield Park. This 150 acre county park has a beautiful wooded area so your pup will definitely get her fill of nature. Besides ball fields, playgrounds, and picnic areas, the park also has a small pond. The Oak Leaf Trail loops around the park and takes you through trees, shrubs, and native plants. This trail weaves around Milwaukee County, so if your pooch is still rearing to go, follow the path out of the park and walk until she’s all tuckered out. 

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    Population Density 7,240/sq mi

    #3 McCarty Park


    McCarty Park is a spacious area just waiting to be explored by your four legged friend. Leash up your pup and head over for some sniffin’ and walking. Let your pup be the fearless leader as you make your way through the park’s small network of paved paths. If her paws need a rest, stop by the pond and chill out before continuing on to the Honey Creek Parkway, an adjoining green space. If she’s still got energy to burn, follow the Oak Leaf Trail for some additional mileage. Don’t forget to bring some water; you don’t want a thirsty pup on your hands. 

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    Population Density 399/sq mi

    #4 Minooka Park


    The Minooka Park Dog Exercise Area is a pupstastic place to take your pooch for some exercise and socialization. Located in Waukesha, this off leash park is about 15 miles from West Allis. There’s plenty of space for fetch, so bring your pup’s favorite ball and let her run to her heart’s content. Small dogs have their own area, but they can also join the big doggos if they feel up to it. After a romp around the dog park, clip on your pup’s leash and wander around the trails of the outer Minooka Park. This park spans over 500 acres and has miles of trails for exploring. 

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    Population Density 2,118/sq mi

    #5 Buena Park


    Treat your pup to an afternoon walk along the New Berlin Trail. Located in the neighboring city of New Berlin, this trail spans seven miles and is a puptastic place for your pooch to stretch his four legs. Since the trail is flat and paved, it’s a great option if you’re looking for a mellow route. It’s also a favorite with local cyclists, so be sure to keep your pal on leash. For a nice detour, stop by Buena Park and wander around the grass fields or take a break under one of the shade trees. Water is available here, so be sure to give your walking buddy a drink.  

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