As a solely residential neighborhood, you and your pup will not find any dog-friendly establishments here. However, you can still enjoy a quiet, relaxing neighborhood for your walks. Take care in the Texas heat during the summer and watch for hot pavement in the heat of the day. Take advantage of the mild spring and fall with longer walks.
The sidewalk areas do sport more mature trees and some shade canopy as a result, but you will want to take care in the Texas sun, so carry your own water and wear sunscreen. Keep checking on light-colored pets as they can burn too! A mostly flat experience awaits you and you pup in this neighborhood. You won't find any taxing hill climbs, but don't be surprised with a bit of a rise here and there.
For a more formal green space, head over to Ridgewood Park at Trammel and Fisher. It is a 10-acre park with walking paths throughout and garden and sculpture areas. The park is home to a spray ground for children that can be a little scary for pups startled by the water features of the area. Along with the sports amenities a park of this size usually offers, there is a great connection to the Ridgewood Trail. The trail is a 3-mile concrete path that stretches from Katy Trail, west of Worcola Street and the Skillman Pedestrian Bridge running through the southern part of this neighborhood.