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Dog Areas in Ladera Heights

The census-designated town of Ladera Heights, California is located about 12 miles southwest of Los Angeles. The town often serves as a bedroom community for workers in both Los Angeles and Inglewood, and the close proximity allows residents to enjoy all the amenities offered by the larger cities. The area was originally known as “Old Ladera” when it first came to be in the 1940s, but the name was changed when new-style homes were built. Ladera Heights is also linked to many celebrities. Rapper Tyler, the Creator was born in Ladera Heights, and model and actress Vanessa Williams has lived in the town.

Chances are, though, unless your pup wants to make it in Paw-llywood, they don’t care too much about who’s who in the area; all they care about is the fun waiting to be had. Ladera Heights doesn’t have any dog-friendly dining options or dog parks, but not to worry! There are plenty of options just a short drive away. And while Ladera Heights doesn’t have any veterinarian clinics, there’s one just up the road in Inglewood. It’s even named Ladera Animal Clinic.

Ladera Heights is a beautiful area that’s conveniently located near large cities. What more could you and Fido ask for?

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Ladera Heights

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    Population Density 7,242/sq mi

    #1 Blair Hills


    Less than five miles from Ladera Heights, you and your playful pup can have a ball visiting Culver City Dog Park! This bark park is completely fenced-in, allowing your dog to have some off-leash fun while staying safe. If your dog is shy or on the smaller side, they can spend their time in a section specifically designed for them. Water is usually provided for dogs who use the park, but it wouldn’t be a bad idea to bring along some extra. Please remember to clean up after your pup, but make sure you also take the time to relax in the shade!

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    Population Density 3,864/sq mi

    #2 Playa Vista


    Los Angeles’s Playa Vista neighborhood is home to Oberrieder Dog Park, and it’s about four miles from Ladera Heights. This pupular bark park has two separate sections; both have plenty of room for your energetic fur-iend to get some off-leash exercise. Locals say that, although the separate sections are intended to be for differently-sized dogs, no one really pays much attention to that, so use your best judgment and be extra cautious if you have a timid pup. Water is provided for your dog, but make sure you bring some along for yourself, especially during the summer. You’ll also want to have some waste baggies on hand.

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    Population Density 10,109/sq mi

    #3 Ocean Park

    Santa Monica’s Ocean Park neighborhood is only nine miles from Ladera Heights, and it’s home to not one but two pawesome dog parks! Pacific Street Dog Park is a smaller bark park that allows your dog to enjoy some time off their leash. Water fountains are installed for Fido to use. On the other side of the neighborhood, Joslyn Park houses Herb Katz Dog Park. No cats are allowed, despite the name. This dog park is slightly larger, but you’ll need a permit to use it. The park is closed on Tuesday and Thursday mornings. Which park will your pup love more?

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    Population Density 10,109/sq mi

    #4 Sunset Park


    If you’re looking to make a day of it with your pup, make sure to visit Santa Monica’s Sunset Park neighborhood! First, enjoy grabbing a bite to eat at Spitfire Grill. Dogs and diners alike are welcome to enjoy time on the patio. After you’re done, head across the street to Airport Dog Park to play with your pooch. Locals love how well-maintained this bark park is. You will need a permit to use it, but that’s not a problem; you can grab a temporary one for the day. Have a ball while playing with a ball at Airport Dog Park!

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    Population Density 11,720/sq mi

    Silverlake Dog Park is only 12 miles from Ladera Heights, but you might want to avoid it during rush hour; the trip can take up to an hour in the afternoons. If you’re willing to get up and go during the morning, though, we’re certain your pup will thank you! Silverlake Dog Park has two separate areas for differently-sized dogs, allowing your pup to stay safe while playing. Locals rave that, at this bark park, pups quickly become family, so you and your dog will both get to make some furrific new friends! The park gets quite muddy after it rains, so make sure you have towels on hand.

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