Tealwood is home to the Breakers Apartments and sits on Mason Avenue out towards the LPGA Golf Course. The community itself sits on two small private lakes.
Living here offers you plenty of peace and quiet as you are short drive back into the city. At the same time, it also means you are further away from shopping, pet supply stores, and places to eat. However, if you like to dine out, you won't have any problem finding everything from fast-food to fine dining. Daytona is also home to the Chart House, one of the finest seafood restaurants in the region.
If you like hot weather and water that is warm, then you have come to the right place! During the summer months, the temperatures average in the mid-to-high-nineties with humidity to match. The water temps hover somewhere in the 80s and the sand on the World's Most Famous Beach is a pure white delight to walk on.
The terrain here is a blend of paved surfaces, grassy areas, and trees. But no matter how your dress the area up, it's still quite flat and unexciting. Finding ways to make your walks with your dog interesting means you'll have to find ways to make the few blocks of residences in the area more challenging. This means trying to walk around the sections in different orders or taking the trails running through the woods to the west.
Your dog likes to explore with their nose more than with their eyes and, while they don't want to sniff the same areas every day, simply going around different blocks on a regular basis will keep them happy and eager to go out for daily walks.
Keep in mind that since dogs don't sweat, you'll want to keep your walks to the early morning hours while things are still nice and cool.
There are a few areas of woods nearby with trails running through them to check out. If you prefer a dog park with a fenced-in area for your dog to run around in, you are only a short drive from the Community Public Dog Park at the Halifax Humane Society. Run by volunteers, the park offers two fenced in areas, one for the smaller dogs and one for the bigger ones. The park also offers an agility course, plenty of off-leash running space, toys, and water fountains to stay hydrated.
If the two of you are up for the adventure, you can always take the drive out to the 30,000 acres that combine together to create the Tiger Bay Wildlife Management Area and Tiger Bay State Forest. There are miles of trails for the two of you to hike together, getting in the exercise you both need while having a ton of fun together.