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Dog Areas in Agoura Hills

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4 Shops
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Agoura Hills is a site of rich historical preservation that boasts a prosperous community and unique character. Though not especially large, the city is well kept and has an atmosphere unlike any place around it.  There are three animal hospitals spread throughout the city, ensuring that wherever you are, there is ample care for your pet that’s close by and accessible. Neighborhoods are often furnished with sidewalks and tend to be dog friendly, making this a great place for you and your pup to be!

For a breathtakingly beautiful outdoor space, visit Triunfo Creek Park. This natural area boasts trees, open grasslands, and ample wildlife. Leashed dogs are welcome along the Pentachaeta Trail, which winds through the most scenic spots and ensures an enjoyable experience for both you and your pup!

If you’re looking to check out some of this town’s infamous history, check out Reyes Adobe Park, home to Reyes Adobe Historical Site. This beautiful area comes complete with a historical house that was built back in the 1800’s and carefully preserved up until this day. The grounds around the house are simply stunning, so take your pooch along for a scenic afternoon stroll.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Agoura Hills

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    Population Density 3,629/sq mi

    #1 Morrison Ranch Estates

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    Morrison Ranch Estates is a peaceful, well maintained neighborhood with an outstanding community. Tucked in the center of the neighborhood is Medea Creek Park, a long stretch of green that’s dotted with natural bunches of trees. Leashed pups are welcome on the path along the outside of this park, just remember to bring enough water for the both of you! South is Morrison Park, a little smaller, but well kept and home to concrete walkways that wind through the heart of the park. There are restrooms and easy access to water, so you don’t have to worry about bringing your own!  Get out there and have fun with your favorite pup.
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    Population Density 2,367/sq mi

    #2 Old Agoura

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    For a peaceful neighborhood with an open atmosphere, Old Agoura is the place to be. There are two parks on either end, friendly to dogs so long as they’re kept properly leashed. To the west is Chumash Park, a large green area with occasional trees and benches along a concrete walkway. Water fountains are available here to ensure hydration. To the east is Old Agoura Park, an open, pretty space with mature trees and some pathways winding through the center of it. There’s plenty of shade and picnic benches for resting to make sure every walk is a pleasant one.
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    Population Density 6,720/sq mi

    #3 Reyes Adobe East

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    It’s hard to find a more pleasant area than Reyes Adobe East. While not especially large, this quaint neighborhood lays claim to Forest Cove Park. This lovely park consists mostly of a wide open field, with some sparse trees to allow for the occasional spot of shade. There are drinking fountains on the property, so no need to worry about bringing your own water! Dogs are welcome as long as they’re properly leashed, so bring them down for a fun way to spice up your morning walks! There’s plenty for a curious pup to explore that’ll turn him into a happy tail wagger.
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    Population Density 1,153/sq mi

    #4 Agoura

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    Agoura is a gorgeous natural area with a humble charm and easy freeway access. Follow Chesebro Road far enough north and you’ll run right into Cheseboro Canyon Road, the start of a long connection of trails and walking paths that wind for miles through the breathtaking Cheseboro/Pale Comado Canyon. Pets are welcome, so long as they remain properly leashed and picked up after, so be sure you bring your pup along for the ride! You won’t regret the rolling hills and astounding views that this spot has to offer, and your pooch is certain to have an absolute blast exploring the breathtaking scenery. Remember to bring enough water for the both of you, as these trails can get very long!


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    Population Density 7,063/sq mi

    #5 Fountainwood

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    Fountainwood is a quiet, welcoming community that’s as pleasant as it is peaceful. Nestled in the center of this neighborhood is Sumac Park, a lush local area with trees young and old surrounding a concrete pathway. The park is very open with plenty of room to run, so bring your pup for some much needed exercise! Pets are welcome on leash and there’s water on the site, which means you don’t have to worry about supplying your own. Periodic benches allow for pleasant resting spots, ensuring the walk is enjoyable for everyone no matter their pace. Take a moment to appreciate this gorgeous natural area with your favorite four legged friend.
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