Dog Walkers in Inglewood

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Dog Areas in Inglewood

1 Parks
2 Eateries
3 Groomers

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Inglewood

#1 Central Inglewood

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Dog Parks 1
Population Density 14,676/sq mi

#1 Central Inglewood

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If you’re looking for a great place to spend the day outdoors with your pooch, Inglewood is the pawfect place to be! Edward Vincent Jr. Park is a 55-acre public park that welcomes dogs as long as they’re on-leash. Your pup will love exploring the walking trails with you! Picnic spots and shaded areas are available here so you can rest after getting your cardio in. Be sure to bring water and waste bags along with you, as they’re not provided here.
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#2 Long Beach

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Dog Parks 0
Population Density 7,928/sq mi

#2 Long Beach

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This dog-friendly city is located about 22 minutes southeast of Inglewood. A furrific place to visit with your four legged friend is Rosie’s Dog Beach. This sandy beach has a designated off-leash area for dogs, but your pup is welcome to explore outside the dog area as long as he’s on-leash. There is metered parking available here if you can’t find free street parking. Don’t fur-get to bring all the necessary amenities, including water, waste bags, something for shade, and sunscreen for yourself.
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#3 Mandeville Canyon

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Dog Parks 0
Population Density 7,025/sq mi

#3 Mandeville Canyon

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The Westridge-Canyonback Wilderness Park, located just 11 miles from Inglewood, is a must-see if you’re in the area with your pooch. You’ll find plenty of hiking trails here, which are used by hikers, cyclists, and horseback riders and feature paved and rocky terrain. The rocky trails have a medium incline. The park offers “mutt mitts” along the trails so you can clean up after your pal. There isn’t a lot of shade, so be sure to bring plenty of water along. Your dog must stay on their leash at all times here.

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#4 Hollywood Hills

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Dog Parks 1
Population Density 8,934/sq mi

#4 Hollywood Hills

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Los Angeles’ Hollywood Hills neighborhood is known for its many celebrity residents, including popular singers and actors. Your first stop in this neighborhood should be Runyon Canyon Park, a huge 160-acre park chock full of hiking trails and outdoor activities that will keep Fido’s tail wagging! You’ll also find an off-leash dog park here where your pal can let loose after behaving so well on the trails. You’ll get a breathtaking view of the Hollywood sign from this park, so be sure to bring a camera!
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#5 Griffith Park

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Dog Parks 0
Population Density 5,645/sq mi

#5 Griffith Park

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Griffith Park is a huge park located smack dab in the heart of Los Angeles, near the Hollywood sign and the Los Angeles Zoo. Your pal will go mutts for the walking trail here! The Mount Hollywood trail makes for an easy hike at just 3 miles long. There are a few steep spots along the trail, so be sure to wear good shoes. Your pup will love sniffing out all the nature that calls this scenic trail home. Along the way, you can stop at various places to grab a bite to eat or use the restroom. There isn’t a lot of shade here, so you may want to avoid visiting on the dog days of summer! (Or just bring extra water.)
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