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Top Dog Walking Experiences in Martinez

Kathryn
Reviewed by Carlos M. on 10/02/2017

"Thanks again, Daisy was so happy to walk! Thanks for petting kitty too, she does get jealous!"

1.19 mi
31m
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Kathryn
Reviewed by Carlos M. on 09/18/2017

"Thanks so much for walking Daisy! She was nice and tuckered out and she has tons of energy!"

2.29 mi
60m
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Kathryn
Reviewed by Alexander N. on 09/16/2017

"Kathryn is very friendly and sweet! My dog is very high energy and is usually not walked by anyone except myself, but she handled her very well. I highly recommend Kathryn. Thank you very much! Sierra and I both appreciate it!"

1.09 mi
31m
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Carolina
Reviewed by Bryan J. on 09/12/2017

"very nice glide was growling at first bit she push through and went on a nice walk with us"

1.02 mi
31m
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Caitlyn
Reviewed by Ryan D. on 07/31/2017

"Caitlyn was the best dog walker!! She tuckered out our lil Chu Chu and made sure she was all tucked in when she returned. "

2.68 mi
61m
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Monica
Reviewed by Brittney A. on 07/29/2017

"Monica was a pleasure to work with. She answered texts promptly, and my dog loved her. I'd definitely recommend!"

1.02 mi
31m
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Monica
Reviewed by Cory M. on 07/22/2017

"Supper friendly! She made sure Frijol was ok and she took some time for him to get to know her. He loved her!!!!! "

1.96 mi
41m
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Monica
Reviewed by Jessica J. on 07/21/2017

"Friendly and helpful. Stella was ecstatic to go on a walk with Monica. Monica introduced herself and made sure that stella was comfortable and kept me updated on how stella was. Definitely would have her walk stella again in the future!! "

1.32 mi
37m
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Dog Areas in Martinez

16 Parks
6 Trails
1 Shop
7 Eateries
2 Groomers

When it comes to finding outdoor recreational opportunities for you and your pup, Martinez and the surrounding areas have a lot to offer. In this area, you'll find 16 parks, a marina, and several pawtastic trails. There are three veterinary clinics within the city's limits where you can seek professional attention for your special pal.

There's a puptacular mixed-use trail on the western edge of Martinez. Connect to the Hulet Hornbeck Trail in the Alhambra Valley at Franklin Canyon Road. Head north toward the Carquinez Strait along the exposed ridge. You can bring dogs on a leash as long as you clean up after them. 

If you want to stretch your legs in a park setting, head to Hidden Valley Park off Center Avenue. This 16-acre facility includes a one-mile exercise trail and a two-mile walking pathway.  Walk or jog around the open fields and by the lake. Dogs on a leash are allowed to accompany you on the trails.

Just outside the city limits, in the community of Pleasant Hill, you'll find an off-leash exercise area for your pooch. Take Fido to Paso Nogal Park for a day of recreation with your furry friend. There's a 2.5-acre fenced dog park by the entrance off Paso Nogal Road. This facility has separate areas for large and small dogs, water stations, and benches for the owners. 

Martinez and the surrounding communities are dog-friendly areas that have a variety of opportunities for you and Fido to experience the outdoors together.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Martinez

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 9,781/sq mi

    #1 Martinez

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    In downtown Martinez, there's a small residential area next to the commercial and institutional district. You can take your pooch to Waterfront Park, located just north of this area. Walk or jog along the hiking trails in this 150-acre facility and take in the view of Carquinez Strait. Dogs are permitted here provided they're on a leash and under control. To treat Fido to some off-leash play time, head to the Martinez Dog Park on Tarantino Drive behind the amphitheater. This fenced area includes shade trees and picnic tables. Make sure you bring along bags to pick up after your pup.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,958/sq mi

    #2 Mountain View

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    Mountain View is a densely populated neighborhood that's located near Martinez Resevoir and a small community park. Go walking with your furry friend along the streets in this area. When you want to enjoy a little green space with your pal, head to Mountain View Park on Parkway Drive. There's a ball field, open area, and a playground in this 4.5-acre facility. Walk or jog on the paved pathway that loops around the area, or work on obedience in the open field. Dogs are permitted to join you in designated parts of the park, provided they're on a leash and under your control. Remember to pick up any waste.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,638/sq mi

    #3 Hidden Lakes

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    In the neighborhood of Hidden Lakes, you and Fido can walk down streets lined with single-family homes. If you want to get your canine companion out for some fresh air and exercise, head to Hidden Lakes Park. There's a network of mixed-use trails in this 26-acre facility. Stroll or jog through the fields with your furry pal here. Follow the trails northward to explore the lakes and wooded areas in the facility. Dogs that are on a leash and under your control are welcome in the open spaces and on the trails in this park. Make sure to bring along bags for waste.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,581/sq mi

    #4 Alhambra Valley

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    The neighborhood of Alhambra Valley is a lovely residential neighborhood with a few community parks and a junior high school. From here, you're just a mile away from a furiffic park and trailhead. Take a drive to Rankin Park on Buckley Street to get some fresh air and exercise with your special pal. Walk through the fields or hop on the Rankin Park Trail and head into the Franklin Ridge area. You and your pup should enjoy exploring the fields and woodlands in this open green space. Dogs are allowed to join you if they're on a leash and you pick up their waste.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,658/sq mi

    #5 Muir Oaks

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    Muir Oaks is a combination of residential streets and businesses.  There are a few community parks here where you can take your special pal to get some fresh air. When you want to get some exercise, head over to the Mount Wanda Trailhead off Franklin Canyon Road. Hike along the Main Fire Trail up to the ridge to catch scenic views of Carquinez Strait and foothills in the area. There are additional trails around the mountainside that you can explore with your pooch. Dogs on a leash are welcome to join you on your hike. Make sure to bring along water and waste bags.
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