Duluth Reigns #2 Most Dog-Friendly City in MN and WI, according to Edina Realty

Are you looking for the perfect dog-friendly city to call home? According to Edina Realty, look no further than Duluth! From tap rooms and coffee shops that welcome your dog indoors to the best dog parks in the state, Duluth is home to one of the most dog-loving communities in the state. Ranking #2 on the list, just after Minneapolis, it’s considered one of the best places to find the perfect home for you – and your dog.

Culled from data based on opportunities to buy a home with a fenced-in yard, acreage of outdoor space, and proximity to the best hot spots for you and your four-legged friends, these seven cities topped the list of the most dog-friendly cities in Minnesota and Wisconsin: Minneapolis, Duluth, Hudson, Saint Cloud, Hopkins, Burnsville and Plymouth.

Duluth is home to one of the hottest dog hangouts in the state: The historic Fitger’s! Start your week off with Doggy Yappy Hour every Tuesday in summer (weather permitting) in Fitger’s courtyard at the Lakeside Bar. Yes, there is a special Doggie Yappy Hour menu featuring frozen yogurts, meatballs and bones. Bring your pooch to patio dining at a number of restaurants in the complex, shop 15 stores that welcome dogs, and Fitger’s Inn even offers pet-friendly rooms if you want to extend your visit!

Duluth also offers four dog parks, including Keene Creek Dog Park conveniently located near I-35. And if you’re in need of doggie day care, there are three kennels in Duluth, one in Superior, WI, and two businesses that offer pet-sitting services. There are also several dog-friendly shops and patio restaurants in Canal Park.

Want to explore the other dog-friendly cities that made the top of the list? Read the full article at EdinaRealty.com at https://www.edinarealty.com/real-estate-advice/dog-friendly-cities-mn-wi#%2F and view some key stats below:

#1 — Minneapolis, MN

· Median sold price: $285K

· Parks, recreation, preserves: 3,517 acres

· City population: 428,483

· Current # of homes for sale with fenced in yards: 368 of 692

#2 — Duluth, MN

· Median sold price: $200K

· Parks, recreation, preserves: 17,834 acres

· City population: 85,884

· Current # of homes for sale with fenced in yards: 44 of 329

#3 — Hudson, WI

· Median sold price: $360K

· Parks, recreation, preserves: 300 acres

· City population: 13,877

· Current # of homes for sale with fenced in yards: 29 of 168

#4 — Saint Cloud, MN

· Median sold price: $175K

· Parks, recreation, preserves: 1,682 acres

· City population: 66,169

· Current # of homes for sale with fenced in yards: 58 of 251

#5 — Hopkins, MN

· Median sold price: $300K

· Parks, recreation, preserves: 207 acres

· City population: 19,713

· Current # of homes for sale with fenced in yards: 7 of 17

#6 — Burnsville, MN

· Median sold price: $315K

· Parks, recreation, preserves:3,192 acres

· City population: 62,657

· Homes for sale with fenced in yards: 22 out of 107

#7 — Plymouth, MN

· Median sold price: $470K

· Parks, recreation, preserves: 2,306 acres

· City population: 78,351

· Homes for sale with fenced in yards: 40 out of 266

*Single family homes and townhomes listed for sale in the Regional Multiple Listing Service of Minnesota, Inc. as of 10/25/2019.

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