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Homes Near Dog Parks

Amit Bhuta

Amit Bhuta has been living in South Florida for over 40 years after moving with his family from Mumbai, India.

Jan 24 2 minutes read

Do you love dogs? If you do, there are plenty of people just like you. Besides The Rock, Miley Cyrus, and Lady Gaga, there are 60.2 million households in America that own approximately 89.7 million dogs. It seems like "man's best friend" isn't just man's best friend anymore.

A common thing in real estate is for home shoppers to search for homes in areas that have excellent schools. Today, since many people consider their dogs as a part of the family, more and more of them are searching for homes near dog parks and dog run parks. If you are one of them, I've made it much easier to search for properties near both types.

Dog run parks are parks with a dedicated fenced area for owners to exercise their dogs and let them roam without wearing leashes. However, unlike a Dog Park, a Dog Run Park doesn't have water facilities or dispensers or waste baskets.

Lago Mar Park - CLICK HERE to find homes near this dog run park.

Dog parks allow dogs to frolic and play and run free within a fenced-off area. They feature site furniture and equipment for dogs to play with and perform stunts. Additional features include shade structures, hosing stations, water fountains for both pets and owners, and ''Mutt Mitts'' or bag dispensers and waste baskets, so you can pick up after your dog.

Haulover Park - CLICK HERE to find homes near this dog park.

Amelia Earhart Park - CLICK HERE to find homes near this dog park.

East Greynolds Park - CLICK HERE to find homes near this dog park.

Tropical Park - CLICK HERE to find homes near this dog park.


 

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