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For those of us who are dog owners, one of our favorite pastimes is bringing our fur babies to a local dog park in our community. Dog parks in Dallas are a great place to enjoy our unpredictable north Texas weather. Whenever we’ve had rain for days, you’ll see an abundance of people on the first day of sunshine.
Moreover, we know certain dog breeds require more room to roam or chase a ball with their owner. Dogs behave better after physical activity. My dogs also learn to socialize with other dogs while I get the chance to “love on” other furry creatures. I also have the chance to meet other dog owners and maybe get a recommendation for a new restaurant. Even if we come from different backgrounds, we have one common interest, our beloved canines.
Enjoying the Dog Parks of Dallas
As a resident of Mckinney, I take my three dogs to Bonnie Wenk Park. The park’s only existed for a few years but it has quickly become the place to hangout on a nice weather day. I always enjoy watching my dogs play with their friends but am also mindful of the mean dogs from time to time. And don’t even get me started about the owners who don’t pick up after their dogs.
The next time your dogs are getting a little antsy, consider hopping in the car and visiting a dog park near you. Maybe you need a little socialization too. Depending on where you live, here are a few dog parks in DFW to check out:
🐕Bonnie Wenk (McKinney)
🐕Wagging Tails (Dallas)
🐕Canine Commons (Allen)
🐕Jack Carter (Plano)
🐕Fort Woof (Fort Worth)
🐕Tipps Canine Hollow (North Richland Hills)
Sarah Flanagan MBA, ABR
Realtor Keller Williams North Collin County
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