Hi! I'm Sam and I have been a dog lover and owner since the day I was born. Until recently, I grew up alongside my Yellow Lab named Maggie who was the sweetest, most gentle dog I have ever encountered. I currently own two Australian Labradoodles named Rosie and Zep who are both two years old. They are the lights of my life and continually remind me of how special dogs are. In addition to walking my own dogs, I have dog sitted for other families in my neighboorhood and volunteered at ARF. I look forward to meeting you and your dog(s)!
Come visit Costa Contra County for a wonfurful time exploring the hidden suburban gem known as Alamo. Historically remembered for its agricultural wealth, Alamo is a quaint residential community set in a wildly beautiful and invigorating environment. Known for its burst of retail and service businesses, Alamo boasts pawsome entertainment and activities, plus five animal clinics.
Alamo is surrounded by a barkful of natural parks. From Alamo’s center, you can easily wag to the trailheads for a wooftacular hike and outdoor excursion at the Las Trampas Regional Wilderness Park. If you’re both feeling “pup” for it, then you could even hike the 17 mile loop, starting in Alamo and ending up in neighboring Danville! Dogs should be under voice control as you’re likely to spot wild cattle while climbing this rocky ridge. Pawtastic views overlooking the Bay area and Mt. Diablo await you and Fido!
If you’re not a hiking duo, no worries. There are plenty of good eats to find in Alamo where you can just sit back and relax while you woof down some grub. For this, you won’t want to miss Peet’s Coffee & Tea. Stop by at breakfast to enjoy cheddar biscuits and bacon n’ egg sandwiches coupled with a hot cup of joe. They also offer a delicious lunch menu and artisan baked goods.
Sweet and sunny Alamo, CA is waiting for your visit. Head on down to this quaint suburban city for a tail waggin’ good time with your K-9!
Wag down south to the Orange Blossom neighborhood in Danville to surprise Fido at the Osage Station Park! Your furiend is invited to join you on-leash to this dog-friendly park for a day of outdoor fun. Play your bud’s favorite sport at the park’s many sports fields, or make a homemade picnic and enjoy it at the park’s picnic and bench amenities. There is a ½ mile paved walking trail that circles the park so you can Fido can enjoy the park’s beautiful rose garden, shady trees, and make pals with other strolling pups and dog-owners. A most definite pawpular location for pup lovers, Osage Station Park even provides doggie waste bags for owners who forget theirs at home!