California is anything but ordinary -- its warm weather and unique outdoor opportunities make it a furrific place to be a dog owner. Although the state's oceanside muttropolises are the most popular tourist destinations, even California's smallest towns are alive with culture, soul, and scenic beauty. Hood, California is a tiny town with less than 300 residents, but plenty of natural beauty to make up for it.
Because Hood is a sparsely populated, census-designated place, there's not much in the way of traditional amenities for dog owners. In other words, you won't find any dog parks or dog-friendly eateries here. Luckily, Hood is located just a short drive from some of California's biggest cities, where dog-friendly fun abounds!
If you get tired of the peace and quiet of Hood, you can always drive fifteen miles to the state capital. Sacramento is a hub of culture, food, events, art and shopping. No matter what you and Spot like to do, Sacramento will not disappoint! Just make sure to bring water and waste baggies for your adventures outside of town.