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Northside Northline is a neighborhood located on the north side of Houston, Texas. The area is large and mostly residential, so local businesses are not always within easy walking distance for all residents. There is a commercial corridor along Airline Drive and many more shops, eateries, and services on the roads adjacent to the freeway. 

The North Freeway Pet Center is located in the district, as is the highly rated Clara's Pet Shop. Dog owners can take their pets to these establishments to restock on dog food or to pick up a toy or treats for their pet. 

Dog walkers in Houston experience warm weather, even in winter months. Occasional freezing rain occurs in winter which makes sidewalks slippery. Summer days can be very hot and you may want to avoid the heat by adjusting your schedule to walk during cooler periods of the day. Thunderstorms are frequent occurrences, especially later in the day. Take shelter when there are storms approaching.

Terrain in Northside Northline
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Mostly Flat
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Northside Northline is an irregularly shaped neighborhood. Its borders are roughly Canino Road on the north, Shepherd Drive on the west, the Hardy Toll Road on the east, and the North Loop East Freeway on the south. The freeways are difficult and dangerous for pedestrians and pets to cross. These main thoroughfares should only be crossed where pedestrian ways exist. 

Most of this large neighborhood is comprised of single-family detached dwellings of mostly bungalow or ranch style architecture. There are some apartment complexes in the region as well. Private properties are well landscaped and maintained with lawns and trees. 

Residential streets are attractive for strolls with your pup. The terrain is flat and there are no steep hills to trek up and down. Roads in the area are lined with separate sidewalks and often grassy berms which create a cooler footing for your pup and safe walkways for both of you without having to share roads with local traffic.

Greenways in Northside Northline
Neighborhoods in Houston have an average of:
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If you are looking for some nearby off-leash activity with your canine companion, check out the highly rated T.C. Jester Dog Park which is a 20-minute drive to the west of Northside Northline. This park has separate fenced areas for large and small dogs. Drinking water supplies, waste stations, benches, and shade trees make this a desirable play location for local pets.

The Northline Park on the north side of the neighborhood has a pool, sports fields and facilities, and a good sized paved walking trail loop for you and your dog to take a walk on. Melrose Park is farther to the north in the community and is situated next to a golf course.

A larger greenway, the Keith-Weiss Park, is located to the northeast in the adjacent neighborhood and is accessible on foot for residents in the northern section of this region. This park provides more green space to explore with your pooch.

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