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Dog Areas in La Jolla

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La Jolla is a gorgeous area between the Pacific Ocean and San Diego. If you’re looking for a high quality vacation, or a lifestyle that revolves around the finer things in life, La Jolla is the place to be. That’s incredibly clear when it comes to vet care in the area. There are eight veterinarians and animal hospitals just within La Jolla’s limits. Residents want what’s best for their four-legged friends, and the city reflects that. Start your day with a trip to Richard Walker’s Pancake House, where breakfast treats are served on a heated patio perfect for dogs!

After breakfast, head out to Torrey Pines State Reserve for hiking opportunities that can last a day or an hour. There are six trails of varying lengths and difficulties, so you can find what’s right for you.

When you’re ready to rest up for another day, La Jolla has a variety of pet-friendly hotels to choose from. You can choose from chains like Holiday Inn Express and Residence Inn by Mariot, or smaller, more unique hotel experiences like Lodge at Torrey Pines and Estancia La Jolla. No matter what’s right for you, you’ll find it for you and your pup in La Jolla.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in La Jolla

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    #1 La Jolla Village


    Not to be confused with the Village of La Jolla, these neighborhoods are miles from one another and totally different. Like Village of La Jolla, however, La Jolla Village has lots to offer! Villa La Jolla Park is an open space perfect for walking your dog or exercising yourself. There’s a small playground and plenty of open space that’s just great for doing laps around. You can also enjoy the nearby Cliffridge Park, which features walking trails and gentle, landscaped hills. No matter which park you choose, you’re likely to find yourself amid crowds of La Jolla residents in this residential neighborhood.

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    #2 Village of La Jolla

    Start your day in the Village of La Jolla neighborhood with breakfast at Harry’s Coffee Shop. They offer outdoor seating, and complimentary treats and water for man’s best friend. After that, head over to Cuvier Park for a walk on the beach, as long as your pup stays on leash! Then go north to Ellen Browning Scripps Park for a more family oriented park experience, complete with benches, picnic areas, and BBQ spots! This is another leashed park, but the atmosphere is more people-oriented. It’s great for social dogs who love to people watch, or when you’re trying to find a park to please the whole family.
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    #3 La Jolla Shores


    You can’t get away from the ocean in La Jolla, and it’s one of the best parts of the city! La Jolla Shores is a neighborhood littered with beach front property and protected beach land. La Jolla Shores Park in La Jolla Shores is your best bet for great beach views in a dog-friendly environment. Here, you can enjoy fantastic views of the sand and waves from a slightly elevated position. There are walking paths and grassy open spaces. Walk a couple laps to burn off some energy, or just amble and take in a gorgeous sunset. There’s so much to see and sniff in La Jolla Shores that your dog will love it!

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    #4 Country Club


    If you’re looking for the best views in La Jolla, you’ll have a lot of contenders for the prize. Most Country Club neighborhood residents favor their very own La Jolla Natural Park for the best views in the city. Leash up and climb into this protected, natural area and see how it rates for you. This park is 42-acres of untouched natural beauty. Just make sure that your dog stays on leash inside the park, so it stays untouched! Also be sure to pack everything you need for a hike. Though the park is mostly a choose your own difficulty climb, with plenty of places to stop whenever you’d like to rest, it will be a lot tougher without water!

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    #5 Lower Hermosa


    In a bustling city like La Jolla, it can be tough to get away from crowds. If you’re looking for a quiet place to walk your dog, enjoy ocean views, and hope to run into less foot traffic, you’re looking for La Jolla Hermosa Park. This beautiful park overlooks steep cliffs to the ocean, making for breathtaking sunsets. It’s also small and tucked down into the Lower Hermosa neighborhood, taking it off the beaten path for many La Jolla residents. This leads to quieter walks for you and your dog. Bring your own bowl since the park’s fountains are all designed for people!

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