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Dog Areas in Los Angeles

8 Parks
23 Trails
4 Shops
132 Eateries
115 Groomers

Los Angeles is home to over 8,000 people per square mile, but that doesn't mean you and your pooch can't get away from it all. L.A. Live Dog Park is located downtown, tucked behind the highway, and is covered with wood chips and dirt. There's even a doggie water fountain with a few different spigots to ensure Fido doesn't go thirsty.

If you're looking to venture out a bit further and have some interest in checking out the Hollywood sign from a distance, make a day trip to the Runyon Canyon Park. There are three different trails marked by difficulty and plenty of other dogs to meet and socialize with. Griffith Park is another local spot that is an absolute treat. Be sure to take the long hike behind the observatory and soak in the city, the views are absolutely surreal at the right time. Griffith Park boasts over 4,000 acres and tons of different activities, including but not limited to soccer, tennis, swimming, golf, biking, horse riding, L.A. Zoo, the Merry-Go-Round and not to maybe most importantly, a concert at the Greek Theatre.

Staying in the city with your furry legged friends? The Hilton Los Angeles in Universal City or the Omni Los Angeles at California Plaza are both acclaimed and pet-friendly.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Los Angeles

#1 Glendale

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Dog Parks 4 Dog Parks
Population Density 6,300/sq mi

#1 Glendale

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Located just north of downtown, Los Angeles, the Glendale neighborhood is home to a diverse range of conveniently-sized family homes, dining, and shopping. Glendale is also well-known for being a pet-friendly neighborhood-- especially at Griffith Park, which houses acres of open areas, as well as the acclaimed Griffith Observatory. You and Fido will have many hours of tail wagging fun exploring the many rivers and trails that run through the park. For a quick break, bring a lunch for two and settle into one of the many open lawn areas for an afternoon picnic. You and Fido will also enjoy interacting with the many visitors to this Los Angeles icon.
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#2 Downtown Los Angeles

35
Dog Parks 0 Dog Parks
Population Density 19,880/sq mi

#2 Downtown Los Angeles

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Downtown Los Angeles is arguably the cultural heart of California. An iconic dog friendly neighborhood, the Downtown area offers a wide variety of dining and shopping options for both you and Fido. Numerous dog parks are spattered across the area, offering plenty of pawtastic opportunities for your pooch to romp, play and get his sniff on. For a little bit of shady respite from the CA sun, Pershing Square is a greenspace oasis in the heart of downtown. Enjoy a quick game of fetch or soak up the rays just steps away from celebrities, office buildings, and boutique stores that cater to you and Fido alike.
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#3 West Hollywood

25
Dog Parks 1 Dog Park
Population Density 19,000/sq mi

#3 West Hollywood

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Downtown Los Angeles is arguably the cultural heart of California. An iconic dog friendly neighborhood, the Downtown area offers a wide variety of dining and shopping options for both you and Fido. Numerous dog parks are spattered across the area, offering plenty of pawtastic opportunities for your pooch to romp, play and get his sniff on. For a little bit of shady respite from the CA sun, Pershing Square is a greenspace oasis in the heart of downtown. Enjoy a quick game of fetch or soak up the rays just steps away from celebrities, office buildings, and boutique stores that cater to you and Fido alike.
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#4 Pasadena

12
Dog Parks 3 Dog Parks
Population Density 5,400/sq mi

#4 Pasadena

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Located at the base of the scenic San Gabriel Mountains, the Pasadena neighborhood of Los Angeles is the perfect spot for those looking to be near it all. Grab your furry friend and head to the iconic swap meet held in the Rose Bowl. For a quick meal or leisurely urban stroll, the downtown Pasadena shopping area is notoriously dog friendly and home to a variety of doggie bakeries, yearly dog parades, and numerous outdoor, pet-friendly dining areas. If you’re looking to get away from it all, the Eaton Canyon Nature Preserve is your entrance to the Angeles National Forest and hours of hiking and outdoor adventure that is sure to be a barking good time for you and your pooch.

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#5 Beverly Hills

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Dog Parks 0 Dog Parks
Population Density 6,000/sq mi

#5 Beverly Hills

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The historic and iconic Beverly Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles can be found in numerous movies and pop culture references. A longtime dog-friendly town, you and your furry friend will be made to feel more than at home in one of the numerous luxury and boutique storefronts located along Rodeo Drive. Outdoors dining with your pet won’t be a problem with many restaurants offering pet-friendly patio seating to take advantage of the gorgeous California weather. You just might spot a celebrity of the two or even four-legged variety while you’re eating. For those looking to glam up their pooch, the annual Beverly Hills Kennel Club Dog Show is a sight to see. This fully televised event is just another touch of Hollywood and Southern California glamour to be found in Beverly Hills.
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