When your feisty canine pal is begging for a good workout, consider visiting some of Orange County’s best off-leash dog areas where pups go to play and burn off their extra energy.
A Los Angeles City Council committee Monday is expected to discuss a proposal to open a dog park at Cabrillo Beach.
The organization that runs a shuttered dog park in downtown Los Angeles’ arts district is hoping for enough donations to reopen the popular pooch hangout.
When it comes to pet-friendly getaways, Orange County is a uniquely impressive place with an abundance of great options. If you’re looking for a place to spend a weekend away, these O.C. favorites invite both you and your pets to sit, stay and explore. These are the county’s best pet-friendly getaways and activities.
A decade’s long controversy continued Wednesday over whether a former cemetery in Ventura should remain a dog park.
Make today about the dogs by heading out to a few of L.A.’s most dog-friendly venues. Whether it’s a day at the beach, cavorting at the park or doing a doggy meet and greet, Fido is sure to have fun here.
Dog owners and their pooches have been enjoying a new dog beach in Rancho Palos Verdes but their time may be limited. City hall officials are reportedly thinking about rescinding the pilot program that allowed dogs to roam off-leash at that stretch of coastline.
The Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved funding to develop Los Angeles County’s first off-leash area for dogs in a county park.