Dog walking in Irvine

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Hello my name is Scott Shafer and I am a recent graduate from Vanguard University with a degree in Business Administration. During college I worked for almost three years at The Bone Adventure one of the best doggy daycares in Southern California where I worked with hundreds of dogs on a daily basis. I am very comfortable with all sizes and breeds of dogs and look forward to working with Wag!

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Hi there my names is Cody. I’m 30 yrs old and live in South Orange County with my two rescue pit bulls. Ive been working with dogs for over 10 years now and have gained a lot of experience and training. For 6 years I worked as a floor supervisor at a doggie daycare here in south oc and through them I was properly trained to give baths, trim nails, administer insulin shots and oral meds. I have a lot of experience with positive reinforcement clicker training. I hope to met your pup someday!

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience

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Dog Walking in Irvine

Snuggled in the valley between Loma Ridge to the north and the San Joaquin Hills to the south, Irvine blossoms at the center of Orange County. Every October, the city hosts the Irvine Global Village Festival. The festival is recognized as the best cultural festival in Orange County. It consists of exhibits from local merchants, entertainment from diverse cultures, and sampling of food from various regions of the world.

Just right next to the Irvine Animal Care Center is the Central Bark Park. This very expansive park has big, and little dog areas, however, elder, fragile dogs despite being large can also use the smaller park. There’s a green grassy field for trotting and water fountains to quench your pup’s thirstiness. If it gets too hot, you can always stay under the umbrella areas or a tree. Make sure not to come on Wednesdays, the park is closed for maintenance.

Enjoy panoramic views from the iconic Great Park Balloon at the Orange County Great Park. Orange County Great Park. It is one of the largest secured helium balloons in the world that rises 400 feet in the air. Leashed dogs are permitted to ride on the Great Balloon at no additional cost. They are also welcome in most areas of the Park, who host special events like Bark at the Great Park.

Explore the serenity of nature in some of Irvine’s Trails. You can choose from Shady Canyon Trail Loop, Woodbridge Trail and Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Trail. Whatever adventure you’re looking for, there’s something spectacular waiting to be discovered in Irvine!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Irvine

South Irvine

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Population Density
2,321 per sq. mi.

South Irvine

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The main attraction in South Irvine, California is the Shady Canyon Trail Loop. This 4-mile multi-use trail is the pawfect place for you and your pooch to take a nice scenic stroll. You’ll want to bring your camera along, since this trail offers some of the most gorgeous views in Irvine. Keep in mind that parts of this trail are asphalt. If the asphalt is too hot for your hand, it’s too hot for Fido’s paws! The end of the trail will take you to Newport Beach. Grab some water and Fido’s leash and lace up your best hiking boots and embark on what’s sure to be an unforgettable adventure!

Sunnyhill

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Population Density
192 per sq. mi.

Sunnyhill

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Sunnyhill is certainly the place to be if you and your pup are avid hikers. The Sunnyhill neighborhood is home to the Turtle Rock Trail, which is 5 miles from central Irvine. Make sure to keep your pooch on a leash throughout your hike. This multi-use trail also boasts spectacular views of the city. Concrete is the main material of this trail, so be careful if you’re visiting on a hot day. Thankfully, this trail is a fairly easy one to hike, which makes it pawfect for even beginners and those looking for a short, leisurely stroll in nature. Look out for bikers and skaters, since this trail is also open to them. You can access the trail at several locations, including the community park at Sunnyside Drive. Grab some water and head out for an adventure on this trail.

Oak Canyon

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
8,067 per sq. mi.

Oak Canyon

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There are quite a few dog lovers in this neighborhood. The main Fido-friendly attraction in this community is the Central Bark Dog Park. This off-leash dog park is located a little over 4 miles from central Irvine and is a favorite among the locals who live here. This park is large and very well-maintained, so make sure you leave it as clean as you found it by picking up after your dog! Another great perk is that there are water fountains for your pooch to drink from, so you won’t have to worry about bringing your own. Your pup will have a paw-tastic time in this park exploring, sniffing out his new surroundings, and maybe even making a fur friend or two in the process.

Marine Way

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,185 per sq. mi.

Marine Way

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This neighborhood is a place where many dog lovers flock with their pooches. One of the main reasons for this is the Orange County Great Park. This on-leash dog park is located about 9 miles from Irvine, California and it is spacious and well-maintained. Waste baggies are provided so you can clean up after your dog. Be sure to use them! No one likes a litterbug. A really neat feature of this park is the park’s hot air balloon! The Great Park Balloon will take you 400 ft high, offering you breathtaking views of the city. The best part? Your pup can tag along for the ride! Hope Fido isn’t afraid of heights!

Central Irvine

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,185 per sq. mi.

Central Irvine

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Need a place to stay during your visit in Irvine? Central Irvine is where you want to be! The neighborhood is home to several pet-friendly hotels and property. The La Quinta Inn & Suites Irvine spectrum won’t charge you a cent to let your furry friend(s) stay with you. If you’re looking for something a little more upscale, head to Hotel Irvine. However, be mindful that this hotel only allows small dogs under 50 lbs. You’ll have to pay a fee of $50 per dog per night, and you aren’t allowed to leave Fido unattended. There are several AirBnB rentals in the area as well.

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