You and your furry friend will not be without places to stop on your walks. Just along Greenville Avenue, you will find Cafe Brazil, Dubliner, Slaters 50/50, and Terilli's all offering outdoor seating that welcome our furry friends.
Texas weather can be fickle. In the heat of the summer, it is not uncommon for temperatures to rise into the 90s or even over 100. Pavement heats up quickly in the afternoon sun. Spring and fall bring mild temperatures but the chance of thunderstorms. Winter is usually mild with only a slight chance of rogue ice storms blowing in.
In the more residential sections on either side of Greenville Avenue, you will find a nice mix of natural and artificial. Dallas residential developers, modern and historically, love their neighborhood trees. It is not uncommon to find a tree or two in every yard in Dallas, probably to offset the "concrete city" nickname. What that means is that even in a neighborhood dense with homes, you can still count on some nice shade from the tree canopies. Some streets in the neighborhood have no sidewalks, requiring you and your pup to walk on the street.
Just outside of the neighborhood on Skillman lies Tietze Park. This 8.2-acre park serves the community with an outdoor basketball court, a softball field, and tennis court. A paved path curves in and around the park. You do need to keep your pup on a leash in the park, but it is a great destination that has a pool and a playground for residents to enjoy. You and your pup can expect the park to be busier after work and on weekends. A nice side benefit for you is that the park provides portalets.