Dog Walkers in Concord, CA

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Dog Areas in Concord, CA

3 Parks
7 Eateries
23 Groomers

Surrounded by several beaches, bays, and nature reserves, a pet owner will never run out of things to see and experience in Concord, California. A great day out with your furry friend is only a short drive away!

Baldwin Dog Park is a great place for dog lovers. There are plenty of large, shady trees to keep you and your pet cool while in the park. There are fenced areas to let your dog off-lead while you spectate on a nearby picnic table.

Another nice park is Newhall Community Dog Park. The park is situated around a lovely little creek and pond with several walking trails to explore. If you want to let Fido off-lead, take him to one of the many fenced-in areas where he can meet some new friends. There are also many acres of fields where he can play fetch and roll in the grass.

If staying in Concord, book your hotel at the Crowne Plaza Concord Walnut Creek. With wonderful views of the local golf course, full amenities, and gorgeously decorated rooms, you will feel right at home. Best of all, you are more than welcome to bring your pets along. They even have a specialized outside area for pets.

When you are ready for a morsel, pack up your pet and head to Lazy Dogs. Not only do they have a ridiculously fantastic and contextual name, but a tasty menu as well! Not just the humans will enjoy a meal at Lazy Dogs. While you try a dish from their great American cuisine, your dog could be chowing down on some chicken with rice right from their special dog menu, right by your side.

Concord is a lovely city with so much to see and do. A great option to take your pet along because they will always have a chance to see and do everything right there with you!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Concord, CA

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 4,533/sq mi

    #1 Baldwin Park

    Baldwin Park covers 8 acres of land which is home to a senior center, a childcare facility, dance studio, basketball court, softball field, children's play area, and most importantly the Baldwin Dog Park! The park offers plenty of parking, and features two separate play areas: one for large dogs and one for small dogs. A hop, skip and a jump away are The Hop Grenade brewery, The Grant Street Pub, and Tower Grille, which all allow pups on their patios and are located overlooking the beautiful Todos Santos Plaza.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,914/sq mi

    #2 Ellis Lake

    This California locale is home to Ellis Lake Park, which has a beautiful paved path around the lake. The lake is also home to many species of waterfowl and several types of turtles. Dogs are allowed to enjoy the scenery as long as they are kept on a leash at all times, and refrain from disturbing the local wildlife. Down the road, there is a PetSmart that hosts local adoption drives and other puppy friendly events that educate owners about the overall health and happiness of their fur babies.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,914/sq mi

    #3 Sun Terrace

    The Sun Terrace neighborhood offers doggie residents and visitors access to the Sun Terrace Park, which offers 2.6 acres of turfed area for free play and walking for leashed pups. Just a short jaunt across the California Delta Hwy is the Barka Lounge Indoor Dog Park and Doggie Day Care that is open rain or shine, 365 days a year. This is California's first and only indoor dog park. It has 3 separate play areas so dogs can play based on size, energy level and temperament. There are also real indoor grass patches for dogs to relieve themselves throughout the day.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,206/sq mi

    #4 Canterbury Village

    Canterbury Village is directly next to Newhall Community Park, which consists of 126 acres that run along the Galindo Creek. Approximately 30 acres of the park is home to beautiful ponds along the creek. This beautiful space also provides a Paw Patch, which is a secure, fenced area where dogs can exercise off-leash; dogs are allowed throughout the whole park, but only on leash. If you and your best friend are feeling paw-ticularly adventurous, there’s a trail that leads from Newhall Park to the 16-acre Markham Nature Park, which is said to be the secret garden of Concord!
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3/sq mi

    #5 Clayton Valley Highlands

    The Clayton  Valley Highlands neighborhood is just 6 minutes away from the city of Clayton, which offers plenty of shopping, restaurants and bars, including dog friendly venues in the area. The local park, Easley Estates, is a good sized park that features the beautiful Donner Creek running through it, which your pup is sure to enjoy during the dog days of summer. Pups are allowed as long as owners make sure they are kept on their leash at all times for their safety and the safety of others. Ed’s Mudville Grill is a dog friendly eatery in the area, and there are a few private dog sitter providers as well via
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