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5 Indoor Dog Parks in Dallas, TX You Can Visit In 2023

Gregory Iacono

By Gregory Iacono

black staffordshire bull terrier dog playing at indoor park

Dog parks are a fantastic place to take your dog for exercise and companionship with other canines. One problem, however, is when the weather isn’t favorable outside. Let’s face it, taking your dog to the dog park when it’s raining is no fun for anyone, and it can cause a huge mess you’ll need to clean up afterward.

The same goes for Dallas, Texas, but an extra problem is the extreme heat in Dallas. Luckily, Dallas has several indoor dog parks that empower you and your favorite canine to visit whenever you like, rain or shine. To help you find one close to your Dallas home, we’ve compiled a list of the five indoor dog parks in Dallas, TX, below!

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The 5 Indoor Dog Parks in Dallas, Texas

1. Dog City

🗺️ Location: 📍 2320 N. Houston St. Dallas, Texas 75219
📞 Contact: (469) 250-7322
🕐 Hours: Mon-Fri: 7 AM–8 PM, Sat & Sun: 11 AM–4 PM
💲 Rates: Full day: $36, Half day: $26, 2 hours: $12
  • Dog City is Dallas’s most well-organized indoor dog parks and also a doggy daycare center
  • Canine professionals will take care of them at the facility
  • Basic grooming is included in the price
  • Dog City goes even further by picking up and dropping off your dog if you request it
  • All the dogs they take into their facility are checked to ensure they are non-aggressive and social

2. Kinder Kritter

🗺️ Location: 📍 8928 Garland Rd, Dallas, Texas 75218
📞 Contact: (214) 321-3939
🕐 Hours: Mon–Fri: 6:30 AM–7 PM, Sat: 8 AM–5 PM, Sun- Closed
💲 Rates: Full day: $28, Half day: $14
  • Kinder Kritter is one of the more popular indoor dog parks in Dallas but also serves as a doggy daycare
  • Facility focuses on safety, and they ensure it with webcams in every playground and well-trained dog handlers
  • The cost for a full or half-day will be based on your dog’s weight

3. Urban Paws Dallas

🗺️ Location: 📍2526 Elm St, Dallas, Texas 75226
📞 Contact: (214) 748-8008)
🕐 Hours: Mon–Fri: 7 AM–7 PM, Sat & Sun: 11 AM–4 PM
💲 Rates: Full day: $35, 2 hours: $15, 4 hours: $25
  • Urban Paws Dallas is a doggy daycare facility
  • Offers over 10,000 square feet of space for your dogs to play when the weather is unfavorable
  • You can drop your dog off for 2 hours of playtime, 4 hours, or a full day.
  • Offers grooming and boarding services, making Urban Paws an all-around dog paradise in Dallas

4. Camp Bow Wow Dallas


🗺️ Location: 📍 13730 Floyd Circle, Dallas, TX, 75243
📞 Contact: (214) 575-9663
🕐 Hours: Mon–Fri: 8 AM–7 PM, Sat: 8 AM–11 PM, Sun: 8 to 11 AM and 4 to 7 PM
💲 Rates: Full day: $32, Half day: $24
  • Facility has a spacious play area inside and outside for your dog to meet and play with other canines
  • Camp Bow Wow has a free interview where they check every dog for compatibility and aggression
  • They also offer better rates if you bring more than one dog for a full or half day of fun
  • You can schedule 1-on-1 playtime, snuggle-time, or sniff & seek time for your pet
  • They also offer grooming and boarding services in a state-of-the-art facility that allows you to tour before booking

5. 2nd Family Dogs

🗺️ Location: 📍 6780 State Highway 121 McKinney, TX 75070
📞 Contact: (469) 854-6380
🕐 Hours: Mon-Fri: 7 AM–7 PM, Sat & Sun: 9 AM–5 PM
💲 Rates: Full day: $33, Half day: $23, Splash Pool: $35 (One-time charge for the entire summer)
  • 2nd Family Dogs has lots of space for your dog to run and a splash pool
  • There’s a 1-time splash pool fee that covers your canine for the entire summer
  • Has 5,000 square feet of indoor play areas for your pup
  • They play calming music throughout the facility and provide a range of toys for your dogs to play with
  • They also offer grooming, boarding, and professional dog handlers to ensure your pup is pampered when they visit

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Final Thoughts

Although no true indoor dog parks are open in Dallas, the facilities listed above have lots of indoor space for your dog to run, play and have fun with other dogs, and one even has a splash pool. However, as their owner, you can’t join them, unfortunately. Dropping them off for a few hours of canine companionship is as good as it gets.

There was an indoor dog park in Dallas once. It was called Unleashed Indoor Dog Park, but sadly, it closed after less than a year due to a lack of funding. In short, if you want to give your dog the opportunity to play and run on a hot, rainy, or otherwise unpleasant day, the facilities above, which are all doggy daycare centers in disguise, will have to suffice.

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