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Antoinette
Reviewed by Cory E. on 09/22/2017

"Antoinette is great. She takes my pup for runs and he comes home happy/tired. Couldn't ask for more."

3.21 mi
60m
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Antoinette
Reviewed by Brittany S. on 09/13/2017

"Thanks so much and I had to leave last minute this morning so he was sort of confused today. I'm sorry for his pulling. "

1.36 mi
51m
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Antoinette
Reviewed by Cory E. on 09/04/2017

"Antoinette was great. Took Koda for a long walk and he came back happy and tired."

3.22 mi
63m
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Jordan
Reviewed by Bianca J. on 07/25/2017

"Jordan is an Amazing dog walker and great with large dogs. Would use again!"

1.66 mi
34m
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Dog Areas in Newark, CA

2 Shops
2 Eateries
3 Groomers

Newark, California is situated just a bone's throw away from the muttropolitan area of Fremont. The city is nestled right on the San Francisco Bay, near some breathtaking wildlife preserves and natural areas. Like many places in California, Newark is a pet-friendly, laid-back place with plenty of community parks, recreation areas, and outdoor activities for pups and people to enjoy. There’s only one vet hospital in Newark, but you will find a few more in the central part of Fremont.

Looking for a place to walk with Fido? Check out Lakeshore Park in the northwestern corner of Newark. This pet- and family-friendly park centered on a lake has paw-lenty of walking trails to explore with your pooch. Just make sure to keep your darling dog on a leash.

Bridgepointe Park is another excellent place to explore with Fido, close to the central area of the city. It’s a small community park with play equipment and walking trails for an on-leash adventure. Bring your own amenities, including water and waste bags.

Need a place to stay with Fido overnight? If you don’t want to rent an apartment, Aloft Silicon Valley is a good idea. It's a nice pet-friendly hotel with spacious rooms and no additional fee for your furry baby!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Newark, CA

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    Population Density 5,335/sq mi

    #1 Central District

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    The social heartbeat of the community, Central District is an attractive neighborhood in Fremont, CA. It’s a place where people come to communicate, connect, have fun, and celebrate. You will find several residential quarters, a vast park, a central library, and many more attractions here! If you're traveling with Fido, do check out Central Park on Lake Elizabeth, featuring walking trails, picnic shelters, and a water park. Four-legged family members have their place here, too! Central Park Dog Park is a two-section doggy area with fences, shade, and drinking water. This is a great place to enjoy some time outdoors, run around, and sniff out some new friends!

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    Population Density 2,129/sq mi

    #2 Niles

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    Niles is a northern community in Fremont, CA which you'll pass through on your way to Dresser. Centered on Mission Boulevard, it’s a mixed-use area with residential quarters and a cultural center with museums and parks. Nestled on the banks of Alameda Creek, Niles Community Park is a pawpular local attraction! It’s a spacious green area with water access, and it's located steps away from entertainment venues and cafes on Niles Boulevard. The park features a snifftastic off-leash spot, a tennis court, and a picnic area with tables. The dog park, right between Shinn Pond and the Alameda Creek Trail, is a spacious spot with trails, plenty of shade, and trees!

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    Population Density 6,354/sq mi

    #3 Foothill Glen

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    Foothill Glen is a southeastern neighborhood in Union City, California. The community stretches along Mission Boulevard, offering lovely rows of small and medium-sized homes. Where should you head with Fido? Here is a hint. Drigon Dog Park is, by far, the best doggy spot you can find in the area. It’s a spacious area with fire hydrants and drinking water where every pup is welcome! There’s a small area for shy buddies and a cool obstacle course for sporty mutts! Forgot to bring treats? Healthy Pets is happy to serve your needs by offering a range of treats and goodies for canines.

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    Population Density 700/sq mi

    #4 Summitpointe Milpitas

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    Summitpointe Milpitas is a small, remote neighborhood in Milpitas with a population of 385. It’s a residential area with a few shops, cafes, and an elementary school just across the street. You will find a golf course in the southwestern part of the area. Just a skip and a hop away is Ed R. Levin County Park. It’s a vast natural area with beautiful walking trails and a furrific dog park. The park is a mix of urban facilities and natural activities. There’s a small entrance fee for humans here, but pooches are welcome to join you free of charge!

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    Population Density 11,053/sq mi

    #5 Cherryland

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    Cherryland is an independent community northwest of Hayward, California. It's a busy, densely populated community featuring residential quarters and commercial area. You will find parks, churches, stores, and many more attractions dotted along Mission Boulevard. You and Fido would be barking mad to miss out on Old Creek Dog Park of Cherryland while you're here! It’s a friendly doggy area with tons of fun and lots of open space. Even the small dog area can fit plenty of puppies -- the more, the merrier! One drawback of this park is that there are no restrooms or drinking water, so keep that in mind when deciding to visit.

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