Dog walking in La Cañada Flintridge

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Growing up with 4 family dogs and having to take care of them, I can assure you that I will provide quality service for you and your dog. I'm responsible, friendly and organized and always make an effort to make sure both the owner and dog are happy and satisfied at the end of every walk.

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My name is Tony I have a blue nose pit bull that’s 4 years old. I’ve had a few dogs growing up some where my moms some where my grandmas but I’ve been around dogs since I was a baby. I know all the things you need to know about what dogs can and can’t eat and signs that dogs give to express how they are feeling and what calms them when they are scared or have anxiety. So I have a strong care for dogs and like being around them.

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Dog Walking in La Cañada Flintridge

The town of La Cañada Flintridge is located a ravine, surrounded by the San Gabriel Mountains in the background of California. It was originally split into two separate towns, La Cañada and Flintridge, and thanks to its combination, it earned its place as the 121st most expensive U.S. city by Forbes. The town has also become one of the most expansive places for dog lovers, with numerous in-town and wilderness places to explore with your pup.

The Hahamongna Watershed Park is on the eastern side of the city, and provides 300 acres of protected land that offers mature oak trees, desert landscapes, nature trails and gorgeous views of the mountains in the background. Dogs are allowed off-leash at the park, although it is not fenced-in. Explore the natural terrain or head into the developed areas and enjoy other features like picnic tables, trash bins, water fountains, and clean-up stations.

For some amazing views, head out to Cherry Park, a 130-acre area with desert terrain and over 8 miles of dirt trails. The trails are moderate and dog-friendly, with two overlooks of the city and landscape. Don't forget to bring some water and clean-up bags for your pooch.

La Cañada Flintridge is constantly expanding and trying to make a better experience not only for their human residents but their four-legged residents too!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in La Cañada Flintridge

Central La Canada Flintridge

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Population Density
4,169 per sq. mi.

Central La Canada Flintridge

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Central La Canada Flintridge is the center of town, and where most of the action happens. Among the chaos is a favorite spot for dog walkers,  Memorial Park. The park is 1.5 acres of open space with a perimeter walking trail, providing plenty of room to run around and play or get a nice walk in. The park has a playground, gazebo, and shaded sitting areas. Dogs must remain on a leash and owners can enjoy additional features like water fountains, trash bins, and benches. Grab a bite at the restaurant of Luna Grill after a walk, where you can enjoy spicy food, kababs, and outdoor dog-friendly seating.

Palm Crest

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Population Density
2,760 per sq. mi.

Palm Crest

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The neighborhood of Palm Crest sits on the outside of the city center, and houses plenty of residential homes. Residents of the community usually head to Glenhaven Park, a half-acre area in the southern part of the neighborhood. The park is small, but provides residents with a perimeter trail, tennis courts, nighttime lights, and a pavilion. Although fenced in, dogs still must remain on a leash, and you should bring your own water and clean-up bags. Mayor's Discovery Park is more of a rural option in the neighborhood, but has lots of green space for Fido to run around, with water fountains, benches, and a pond for fishing.

Paradise Canyon

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Population Density
1,974 per sq. mi.

Paradise Canyon

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Paradise Canyon is a rural neighborhood that sits on the northeast corner of the city and is made up of the scaling foothills of the mountains. The area is perfect for hikers and campers, offering the Gould Canyon Trail as a dog-friendly option. The trail is 2.5 miles with a moderate difficulty that heads through developed terrain with elevated views of the city and surrounding mountains. For dogs and humans looking for a great camping spot to go to, head to the Gould Mesa Camp. The campsite is dog-friendly with different areas for tents, RVs, and Hammocks. There are trash bins, and benches at the camp.

Chevy Chase Dr/ Berkshire Ave

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Population Density
1,789 per sq. mi.

Chevy Chase Dr/ Berkshire Ave

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This southern neighborhood provides scenic views of the surrounding desert area. Over 131 acres of the neighborhood belong to the Cherry Creek Park, which houses a deep canyon, grassy hills and plenty of trails to take a hike on. There are difficult and easy trails, making up about 8 miles of land to treck across. The park is dog-friendly, but don't forget to bring some water and clean-up bags for Fido. Olberz Park is a more developed area in the neighborhood, providing 1 acre of open lawn space, with vibrant green grass and scattered trees for shade. Fido does have to remain leashed at this park.

Northwest Altadena

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2,379 per sq. mi.

Northwest Altadena

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The town of Altadena sits on the eastern border of La Canada Flintridge, and enjoys plenty of tourism from La Canada Flintridge's dog lovers, thanks to the Loma Alta Park. This 17.33-acre park in a foothill community features a large open space, wooded trails, playgrounds, baseball diamonds, and a picnic shelter. The park is dog-friendly and even provides water fountains, clean-up stations, benches, and trash bins. Also in the neighborhood is the Mount Lowe Railroad Trail, a dog-friendly rails-to-trails track that extends 5.8 miles to the peak of Mt. Lowe. Dogs will need water and to be cleaned up after on the trail.

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