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Marisol
Reviewed by Justin O. on 09/20/2017

"LOVE MARISOL! My puppers were so tired . I herd they didn't even bark at you which is a plus ! I will contacting you for there walk next week"

1.12 mi
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Marisol
Reviewed by Kathryn S. on 08/30/2017

"Thank you for being so great with Henry! He fell asleep right when he got in the car! Also, thank you so much for your patience and being with flexible with my schedule today. Hope the extra tips helps;) We are both grateful for your time and help today! Best wishes to you!"

1.50 mi
80m
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Marisol
Reviewed by Adrian D. on 08/16/2017

"Really impressed that Marisol took the effort to use Archie's harness/clicker/treats to work on his training! Thanks for taking care of our pup"

1.08 mi
32m
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Marisol
Reviewed by Steven K. on 08/05/2017

"Thank you Marisol for walking Schianto. He had a good time as he is very happy has a big smile "

1.35 mi
32m
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Dog Areas in Benicia

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Benicia, California is a charming and historic town along the coast that was also the state's capital from 1853 to 1854. Benicia has a population of almost 30,000 people, and most of the city consists of residential communities. In addition to these residential communities, Benicia has a popular arts and antique district, as well as retail areas. Benicia holds many community events throughout the year, including farmers markets, parades, and fairs, and many of these activities welcome dogs. Benicia has a Mediterranean climate with warm and dry summers and mild winters, which means the weather in town is perfect for adventuring outdoors with your dog year-round.

When you're not exploring Benicia on foot, stop into Venticellos Ristorante Italiano in downtown Benicia. This upscale Italian eatery has four dog-friendly tables where you can dine on dishes like chicken, seafood, pasta, veal, or brunch and dessert items. Benicia also has a 500-acre recreation area, a full-service marina, and an excellent school system. From the parks and the restaurants to the great weather and the community events, Benicia is a lovely place to live with your dog, and you will both have so much fun getting to know the city and all it has to offer your whole family!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Benicia

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    Population Density 1,548/sq mi

    #1 North Benicia

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    As if Benicia couldn't get any better, it's also home to its very own dog park.The Phenix Dog Park is located within the Benicia Community Park, and it has separate, fenced-in sections for large and small dogs. The dog park also has picnic tables, benches, and water for your convenience. The rest of the community park features amenities like sports fields, a roller hockey rink, an X-park, and a Frisbee golf course. There are walking trails throughout the park as well that your dog can join you on, but they must be on a leash unless they're within the dog park area.
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    Population Density 26,901/sq mi

    #2 Lower Pacific Heights

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    Lower Pacific Heights is a scenic residential area of northern San Francisco. It will take you about an hour to drive there from Benicia, but this drive gets you and your pup to the Alta Plaza Off-Leash Park, which is worth the trip! Alta Plaza Park offers some of the best views in San Francisco, and it also has tennis and basketball courts. The off-leash dog area is clearly marked, but it isn't entirely fenced-in, so it's essential that your dog has good recall skills if you choose to let them off of their leash here.
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    Population Density 92/sq mi

    #3 Northwest Napa

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    Every once in a while, a dog park comes along that becomes a favorite for both you and your dog right off the bat. Alston Park in Napa, California is one of these parks. Alston Park is a 157-acre park with a nature preserve, miles of trails, and so many beautiful sights to take in. The whole park is dog-friendly, but there is a designated off-leash area that has separate sections for big and small dogs. Both areas are quite large, and the park also provides waste bags, water, seating, and shade. Alston Park is just 30 miles from Benicia, and it's sure to be a great time for you and your furry companion.
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    Population Density 2,419/sq mi

    #4 West Vacaville

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    Vacaville, California is about 25 miles, or a half-hour drive, from Benicia, and in the western part of the city, you'll find a place you'd be barking mad to miss: Pena Adobe Dog Park. The larger Pena Adobe Park sits on over 470 acres, and the dog park is a 30,000 square foot, fenced-in area. There is water, seating, and doggy waste cleanup materials within the park as well. If you venture outside of the off-leash area with your dog, you'll find other trails, paths, and open spaces you can enjoy with your dog if they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 659/sq mi

    #5 Wardlaw

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    Wardlaw Dog Park in Vallejo, California is only a 15-minute drive from Benicia, and this beautiful spot is a favorite for locals and visitors alike. Wardlaw Dog Park is 2.2-acres of lush and landscaped space that has a separate small dog area in addition to the general dog park. A park this spacious means there's lots of room for dogs to run, fetch, and tire themselves out. When it's time for them to rehydrate, there are water fountains throughout the park, and the park also provides visitors with waste bags as well. Most of the park is covered in grass, but there is a paved walking trail within the dog park fence as well.
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