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Gumbo hangs out with two older ladies, Gracie and Fiona, in the play yard



Leander is one giant speed trap.  Please use caution while driving through the Leander area, especially County Road 279 (also known as Bagdad Road). 

The speed limit on Bagdad Road is 45 mph.  I usually have to set my cruise control--I just can't seem to control my car any other way, especially since it is so easy to go fast on a seemingly deserted country road.  Deserted by everyone except the Williamson County Sheriff, Leander Police and state troopers. 

We now have 183A which makes it incredibly easy to zip up to our kennel but you must have a Tex Tag to be able to use it.  San Gabriel goes all the way from the toll road to Bagdad Road which means we are only 6-7 minutes from the toll road.


Go South on 183.  We are a few miles south of Seward Junction (Hwy 29).  Stay on old Hwy 183ódo not take the toll road.  Turn right on San Gabriel Parkway (blinking yellow light) that is right before you get to the HEB Plus.  Follow the rest of directions as below.


Go north on Hwy 183 and stay on it while it turns into 183A (it's worth the toll).  Go to the end of the toll road and after it says "toll lanes end" turn left at the light on San Gabriel Parkway.  Stay on San Gabriel Parkway (it will cross Hwy 183) until it dead ends into Bagdad Road. Turn on Bagdad for 1.6 miles and turn right on Live Oak (which is across from a small cemetery).  Drive .7 miles and take the second left which is Arthur Circle.  Drive straight into our driveway (4205).  There's a black iron gate with Gold Ducat on it. 


You can also get to us from I-35, from North or South.  Take the FM 2243 exit (also known as Old Leander Road).  Go approximately 13 miles to Hwy 183 and turn right.  Go past the HEB Plus on your left and follow the above directions.

Helen Dorrance
4205 Arthur Circle
Leander, Texas 78641
Cell: 512-964-3294 (964-DAWG)

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