Hi! My name is Vivian. I've had a life-long love of dogs and all animals starting with our family's dog and cat when I was growing up. But for most of my life, I've been unable to have my own pets because of my husband's allergies. So I've taken every opportunity to take care of my friends' and neighbors' pets over the years. I can't imagine a life without these fun and loving animals. I walk every day for fun and exercise. Now that I'm retired, I can put these walks to good use by helping you keep your dog healthy and happy. I will treat your dog as if it were my own, with the love and respect it deserves.
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.
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!