Top Pet-Friendly Cities (Part II)

Best places your furry friend will love

Tucson, AZ

Tucson, Arizona takes a top spot as the most dog-friendly city in the research. It hardly ever rains in Tucson, so that’s one dog-walking issue you don’t need to fret about. Other bonuses for Tucson dog owners are the dog-friendly amenities. According to the research, there are over 245 dog-friendly restaurants and four dog-friendly shopping centers. So, if you’re running errands or going out for dinner, odds are you’ll be able to bring your cherished pet with you.

Lastly, Tucson is one of the most affordable cities in the U.S., so living here denotes you afford to spend on treats and any other type of goodies for your doggie.

Albuquerque, NM

Another southwestern city takes a top spot. This city has several dog-friendly infrastructures. With two dog parks per 100,000 residents, three dog-friendly shopping centers, and 171 dog-friendly restaurants, Albuquerque ranks quite well. If you do decide to move to Albuquerque with your dog, be sure to research the precautions to take when you go on a dog walk.

The city also ranks in the top portion for precipitation, with only 28 rainy days per year. It’s doubtful any sudden rain will halt your dog-walking plans.

Las Vegas, NV

If you like taking your dog to dog parks, you will like Las Vegas. Sin City has four dog parks per 100,000 residents, the fifth-most in the research. You don’t even have to see the weather reports to come up with a good time to hang out with your pet at your local park. Las Vegas only has rain around 14 days per year.

One worry might be how much money you have left to spend on your dog. While the average home value of $228,300 in Las Vegas is comparatively low compared to home values in other top cities. It rated above average.