The Best Dallas Apartments For Your Pooch

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When you’ve got a furry friend, finding a pet-friendly apartment is non-negotiable. Unfortunately, not every apartment building will welcome your dog or cat to come live with you. With a little extra legwork, you can find an apartment community that will not only welcome your canine or feline friend, but will even go out of their way to cater to them. Wouldn’t your pup love to go to a doggy spa onsite when you get home after work? Of course! Interested in finding the friendliest pet-loving community in Dallas? Check out this list for some great suggestions.

L2 Uptown

Uptown is one of the most popular neighborhoods in Dallas, with easy access to downtown and tons of nearby nightlife. L2 Uptown really stands out as a great place for your pet, too. With an enclosed and gated pet park, your dog can freely run around. The complex even has a doggy daycare onsite to watch your little friend when you have to leave during the day. The Katy Trail is just outside your door, perfect for going for a jog together. You and your dog will both completely fall in love with L2 Uptown.

1900 Pacific

Want the easy access to business and nightlife that living downtown can bring, but worried you’re dog won’t like the urban location? 1900 Pacific will convince you otherwise. The luxury apartment building has features to pamper your furry friend, like a pet spa. Spend time together at the onsite dog park. And of course, there are lots of upscale details to make you feel at home, too, including quartz countertops with designer backsplashes in your gourmet kitchen. Sky-bridge access to the parking garage is the cherry on top.

Modera Near the Galleria

Your pet deserves to live in luxury and so do you! These brand-new apartments near the Galleria are stylish and elegant. Your pets are welcome here and you’ll love hanging out at the dog park together. Meet your neighbors and relax by the pool. With great access to shopping, you’re sure to have plenty of reasons to deck out your furry friend in the latest fashions, which you can showcase by the resort-style pool.  

Ilume Park

Few other apartments are as upfront as Ilume Park about how much they love pets. They take pet friendliness to a whole new level with two bark parks, a Paw Spaw and even a dog bone-shaped pool just for dogs. While pet lovers might be sold on this already, there’s a lot more for you to love, too! With granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, and a parking garage with elevators to deliver you straight to your floor, there are so many reasons to say yes to Ilume Park.

Lincoln Kessler Park

Add some color to your life. These recently built apartments welcome your pets and even have an onsite dog park. But the neighborhood itself is the star of the show. Located in Kessler Park near the trendy Bishop Arts District, you’ll find lots of other friends bringing their dogs to café patios. The colorful walls in these buildings feel a lot more artsy and outstanding than your usual apartment — and are the perfect backdrop for photos of your pooch. Creative souls (and their pets) will be right at home.

Crest at Oak Park


Almost every pet owner wishes their furry friend had a great big yard to run around in. Don’t think that’s possible when you live in an apartment? Think again! Crest at Oak Park is a new complex that has a large onsite, residents-only park and many units even have their own private fenced-in yard. The location’s great too, with easy access to both the medical district and Highland Park shopping just a few miles away. You’ll love the small community feel, totally modern design, and spacious floor plans.

Look to adopt a new furry friend? Make sure to check out our list of dog breeds are especially well suited to apartment living. You and you animal companions will have only good times ahead when you pick the right place to call home.

Sydney Bennet is a senior research associate who writes about apartments and more for ApartmentList. Contact her at

Sydney Bennet

Sydney Bennet is a research associate who writes about apartments and more for ApartmentList. Contact her at

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