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Hi, I'm Lyric. I'm a long-time Bay Area resident, and dog lover. Dogs have always been a part of my life, and I have many years of dog care under my belt, from puppy to senior, including special needs dogs. I have experience with many breeds, and know how to handle high-energy dogs. I love meeting new dogs and getting to know their charming (and often hilarious) personalities. Our dogs aren't pets, they are family, and you can count on me to treat them that way.
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Hi, my name is Kate Mayer. I recently retired from the engineering world and returned to my main love: working with animals. I have a degree in Animal Science from UC Davis and have a veterinary work experience background. I appreciate all breeds of dogs. I love walking and caring for them, and have yet to meet a dog that didn't end up loving me too.
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The city of Boulder Creek, California is located in Santa Cruz County. It’s not far from the major cities of Santa Cruz and San Jose, and Boulder Creek actually serves as the gateway city to California’s oldest state park, Big Basin Redwoods State Park. Up until the 1880s, Boulder Creek was a lumber town known as Lorenzo. So, why the change? The city actually took the name of one of its most popular buildings: the post office, which was informally referred to as “Boulder Creek.”
Unfortunately, if you’re a dog owner in Boulder Creek, or if you’re just visiting, you’ll have to travel outside of the city to find some dog-friendly places for you and Fido to hang out. Boulder Creek has no dog parks and no dog-friendly restaurants. Luckily, there are things you and your canine companion can do close by, so you won’t have to venture too far. Boulder Creek does have a veterinarian office, so if your pooch gets sick, care isn’t too far away. Don’t let this get you down, though; Boulder Creek is a great place to visit, and with so much nearby, this city is a great option even for dog owners!
If you and your dog enjoy exploring nature together, make sure to visit Felton’s Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park, which is about fifteen minutes away. This state park has four separate trails where your dog is welcome to take a hike with you, as long as he’s on a leash. You can also bring along a picnic lunch; your pooch is allowed in picnic shelters. If you’re really feeling adventurous, you can rent a spot on the campground and spend the night with your dog. Make sure to bring along plenty of water for both you and your dog, and you’ll also want to bring along some waste disposal bags.
Located ten miles from Boulder Creek is Scotts Valley’s Skypark, which is home to Scotts Valley Bark Park! Sometimes referred to as Skypark Dog Park, this spacious park has plenty of room for your dog to get some off-leash exercise. The park has agility equipment for your dog, and there are even a couple of kiddie pools for him to splash around in. Water is provided for your pups to drink, but make sure to bring along some waste disposal bags to be safe. There are also a few different dog-friendly eateries in this neighborhood.
Located about forty minutes away from Boulder Creek is San Jose’s Butcher Dog Park! This dog park is known for how large it is, and it’s divided into two separate areas. One is for large dogs, and the other is for small dogs. This bark park has plenty of fresh water if your pup gets thirsty, and there are also a lot of balls available for playing – and when we say a lot, we mean a lot! You’ll want to have some waste disposal bags on hand in case your pooch makes a mess.
California’s oldest state park, Big Basin Redwoods State Park, is located on the outskirts of Boulder Creek, and if you’re looking to have some fun with Fido, it’s a great place to check out! If you and your pooch want to take a hike, this is the place to start. Big Basin Redwoods has over eighty miles of trails winding throughout the park; different trails are for different experience levels, so make sure to pick a trail appropriate for you and your dog. Fido must stay on his leash. Make sure to bring comfortable walking shoes and plenty of water!
About fifteen miles from Boulder Creek is Santa Cruz’s University Terrace Dog Park. This bark park gives your dog yet another opportunity to run around off-leash while getting in some serious exercise and making plenty of furtastic new friends! Dogs are not separated by size at this bark park, so keep that in mind if your dog only does well with dogs his own size. You’ll want to have some waste disposal bags and water with you, as the park doesn’t provide either of these things. Your dog can explore the rest of University Terrace Park with you as long as he stays on his leash.
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