Dog walking in El Centro

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Alyssa PEl Centro, CA

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My name is Alyssa and I live in Kapolei. I grew up with dogs and working with livestock and love animals. I currently have a border collie aussie mix and she is my best friend. I will be walking in the Kapolei/Makikilo area and truly look forward to meeting your doggos!

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Luis PEl Centro, CA

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Hi! My name is Luis. I have been living in Austin for 3 years and one of my favorite things about the city is how dog friendly it is! I grew up with German Shepherds and Chihuahuas so I have experience with big and small dogs. I really miss hanging out with my dogs back home and would love the opportunity to help you meet your dogs' needs while getting my pupper fix!

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Dog Walking in El Centro

El Centro is the largest city in the Imperial Valley in California. Interestingly, it is also the largest city in the US to be completely below sea level! El Centro was first visited by Spanish explorer, Melchor Díaz in 1540, and this area still enjoys visitors throughout the year. It is also located close to the Algodone Dunes, which is the country’s largest dune field. For dog owners, there are five veterinary clinics and animal hospitals in El Centro, in case your pup needs emergency care.

The best place to head for a casual stroll with your pooch has got to be Bucklin Park. This puptastic spot is the largest park in the area, and it is great for some relaxation in the sun, with a path that wanders around the park perimeter. There are trees for some shade, as well as some sniff-tastic grass for your dog to investigate. For the kids, there is a playground, as well as a pond where there are often ducks you can feed. In addition, there are grills and a picnic area where you can chill out and enjoy a day out with your pup and family. It is recommended to keep your dog on their leash here.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in El Centro

El Centro Police Dept

48
Population Density
2,994 per sq. mi.

El Centro Police Dept

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Sometimes it can be hard to know what hotels in town are dog friendly. But, you sure don’t have to worry about that in El Centro! This neighborhood is full of welcoming hotels that will love to check in your pup. The Budget Inn & Suites offers a comfortable stay for you and two small pups for only a small additional fee per night. Or check out the Classic Inn & Suites. This place is pawsome, enjoying a good location and modern rooms, as well as allowing you to bring your furry friend free of charge! 

Imperial Valley

36
Population Density
7,878 per sq. mi.

Imperial Valley

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If you are visiting El Centro and are looking for a place to stay, check out the Imperial Valley neighborhood. Here you will find some pawsome places where you can bring your furry friend for an overnight trip. This includes Knights Inn El Centro where you can bring three pooches with you, weighing up to 35 Ibs each. There is only a small addition fee to pay for each pup for each night of your stay. In addition, this puptastic hotel offers complimentary breakfast, an outdoor pool and free internet access. Plus, your pup is sure to feel relaxed and enjoy a good night’s sleep! 

Main/ Lotus

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Population Density
8,268 per sq. mi.

Main/ Lotus

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For a fun and active day out with your pooch, check out Sunflower Park in this El Centro neighborhood. This is a pawsome 13 acre park that has a baseball field and two soccer fields with plenty of grass for wandering around. There are also a few benches where you can stop and relax with your pooch when it is a nice day or if there is a junior game on to watch. Since there isn’t much shade available here, be sure to bring some water and treats for your furry friend. This will make sure they stay cool and keep their energy levels high for exploring!

W Aten Rd

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
167 per sq. mi.

W Aten Rd

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Only a few miles north of El Centro, you will come to a furiendly neighborhood in Imperial. This is a puptastic place to bring your pooch for a day out, since you will find Woof Town here! You can let your pup off-leash to run and roam, and with a separate section for smaller dogs, your pup can play with pups of his own size. This pawsome place is all fenced in for fun and safe play. There is a mixture of grass and sand for your pup to investigate, as well as the oppawtunity to make some new furry friends. Be sure to bring some cold water and treats for your dog, since there isn’t a lot of shelter from the sun.

City Center/ Dan Diego State U-Imperial Valley Campus

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Population Density
4,489 per sq. mi.

City Center/ Dan Diego State U-Imperial Valley Campus

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If you drive for 11 miles into neighboring Calexico, you will find some pawsome dog friendly places to stay overnight with your pup. The Quality Inn offers comfortable rooms for you and three pooches weighing up to 30 Ibs for a small additional fee. In addition, the California Suites Motel allows you to bring dogs of any size for a small addition fee per night. What’s more, there is a Starbucks in this neighborhood, which means you can treat your furry friend to their very own Puppuccino, while you enjoy a coffee and snack at one of the outdoor tables – bone-a-petit!