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Dog Areas in Calabasas

1 Park
3 Trails
1 Eatery
7 Groomers

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Calabasas

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    Population Density 2,432/sq mi

    #1 Santa Monica Mountains


    Stunt High Trail to Saddle Peak is an 8.5-mile trail that you and your pet can walk at your own pace. The trail goes alongside the Cold Creek and up to the Backbone Trail so that you can reach Saddle Peak. You will find the views are breathtaking. You can see a panoramic view of the area for miles. Because there is wildlife in the area, it is recommended that you keep your dog on his leash while you walk. You will also need to bring your own water because there is no running water here. 

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    Population Density 2,432/sq mi

    #2 Hidden Hills


    Sometimes, you need just the right place to sit by a calming creek and just relax. At Pedaler's Fork, you can do just that. They allow you and your pup to sit outside on the patio and watch the water flow by while listening to some live music. They have a wide selection of drinks for you to sip on. The fare is healthy and served in portions large enough for you to share with your pup. The atmosphere is calm no matter if you come for brunch or dinner. The service is friendly and warm for you and your pup. 

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    Population Density 2,432/sq mi

    #3 Mail Vista


    Calabasas Peak is calling your name. It is just waiting for you and your pup to come up and take a look at the city below. Calabasas-Cold Creek Trail is the perfect way to get there. It is a 4.5-mile trail that is medium difficulty. You will see lots of little wildlife scurrying about, and there are a ton of new and fresh smells for your pup to check out. It is a great place to come and spend the afternoon getting some exercise. You and your pup will be ready for some mutts-needed rest after a day of excitement. 

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    Population Density 2,432/sq mi

    #4 Las Virgenes Park


    Sometimes, you need to just let your dog off his leash so he can run. Dogs are social creatures and need other dogs to help them learn and play just like we humans need other humans to communicate with. Calabasas Bark Park is just perfect for this. It is a small dog park, but you can introduce your pup to some new playmates while you talk to their owners. It is a great chance for a game of fetch, too. There are water stations and cleaning stations for you, as well as benches where you can sit and watch the activity. 

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    Population Density 2,432/sq mi

    #5 Stunt Road


    If you are looking for a hike that is on the shorter side, then you need to look no further than Stunt Road Trail to Calabasas Peak. It leads to a 1,000-foot summit! The trail itself is only 3.5 miles, which makes it just right for an afternoon adventure. You will get a panoramic view that spans from Santa Monica to San Fernando Valley. It would make the perfect picnic spot. The trail is just right for the whole family to come along and enjoy together This is an on-leash only trail because of the wildlife that calls this summit home. 

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