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Dog Areas in Diamond Bar

9 Parks
4 Trails
4 Eateries
6 Groomers

Less than 30 miles from downtown Los Angeles, the city of Diamond Bar is a largely residential community. This area includes several parks and trails as well as an off-leash facility for pups. When you're looking for professional services for your furry friend, you can choose from four veterinary clinics in town.

Go hiking through fields of brush with your pooch on Canyon Loop Trail. This natural surface pathway winds through an undeveloped area in the Summit Ridge neighborhood. Dogs are welcome to join you here, provided they're on a leash and you clean up their messes.

Another pawtastic trail in the area is the Grandview Route. You and your canine companion can join this natural pathway at the northwest end of Summitridge Park. There are some steep slopes here, and you'll need to be alert for rattlesnakes. Remember to bring water and waste bags, and keep your pooch on a leash.

Take your special buddy to Wildcatters Dog Park in Brea when you want to treat him to some social time with other furry friends. There are two grassy enclosures here for small and large dogs. Each section has water stations, benches, and a double-gate entry. Wildcatters is located about ten miles south of Diamond Bar.

For dogs and their owners, there are a variety of outdoor recreational opportunities available in and around the city of Diamond Bar.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Diamond Bar

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    Population Density 6,704/sq mi

    #1 North Diamond Bar

    North Diamond Bar is a residential neighborhood with some apartments and single family homes, an elementary school, and a nice community park. Take a stroll down your street past landscaped homes in this area. When you want to take your canine companion to some green space, head to Carlton Peterson Park. This facility includes a playground, athletic fields, and a walking trail. Hike or jog around the park or explore the wooded, undeveloped section with your pooch. Dogs are permitted to join you in the park as long as they're on a leash and under your control. Make sure you clean up any droppings.
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    Population Density 4,456/sq mi

    #2 Golden Springs

    The area around Golden Springs includes a medical center, a golf course, some residential streets, and a commercial area. There are quiet neighborhood roads here where you and Fido can enjoy a walk together. If you want to get out and explore nature with your furry friend, take him to Sycamore Canyon Park off Golden Springs Drive. This facility has a baseball field and picnic area as well as 50 acres of undeveloped land. Wander through the woods and fields with your special pal here. Dogs are allowed to join you as long as they're on a leash and under your control.
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    Population Density 4,908/sq mi

    #3 Summit Ridge

    Summit Ridge is a residential neighborhood with a park that offers access to a hiking trail. There are peaceful streets here where you and your pup can enjoy a nice stroll together. Take Fido to Summitridge Park for some fresh air and exercise. There's an open area where you and your pal can play frisbee together. If you want to hike through some undeveloped land, follow Ridge Rte Trail through the rolling hills. Make sure you keep your pup on a leash and under your control. Bring water and waste bags so that you can clean up any messes while you're here.
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    Population Density 1,912/sq mi

    #4 Valle Lindo

    Valle Lindo is a country estate development in the southeastern part of Bar Diamond. There are peaceful lanes where you and your canine companion can walk here. In this neighborhood, you and Fido will find a peaceful country park off Country Park Road where you'll be able to explore some green space. There's a natural surface hiking trail here that stretches south to Tonner Canyon Road. Take a walk with your pup through the rolling ridges in this pawtastic area. Leashed dogs are welcome to accompany you as long as you clean up after them. Bring some water with you for your trek.
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    Population Density 3,451/sq mi

    #5 Pantera Park

    The neighborhood around Pantera Park includes some residential streets, an elementary school, and a pawesome park. There are plenty of quiet streets for you and your furry friend to walk along in this area. When you want to treat your four-footed pal to a special treat, take him to Pantera Park. This facility has sports fields, a picnic spot, and a dog park. The off-leash area has separate fenced sections for large and small dogs where your pup can make some new fur-iends his own size. The park requires that dogs be licensed and current on vaccinations to use the area. Owners are responsible for cleaning up their pets' waste.
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