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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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Panorama City is a neighborhood in Los Angeles, California, within the San Fernando Valley. There are not any dog-friendly places in this area, but just south in Van Nuys are many places to try! Los Angeles is also incredibly dog-friendly, so you and Fido can find fun on just about every corner.
Springbok Bar & Grill serves up authentic South African cuisine. Housed in a sprawling property, this restaurant features a large bar area with a pool table, darts, and a state-of-the-art modern jukebox. There is also a huge dining area and a breezy, dog-friendly outdoor patio.
MacLeod Ale Brewing Co. has a variety of delicious brews, sure to please even the most discerning of palates. Whether you're looking for an Imperial Porter, an Irish Dry Stout, or even a Session IPA, MacLeod has got you covered. Fido is welcome to join you at this extremely pet-friendly establishment! If you’re hungry, they have a food truck schedule on their website.
Val Surf Board Shop is a dog-friendly surf, skate, and snowboard shop. They often have water bowls for dogs, and treats are available. The people who work there all love boarding, surfing, and skating and have a lot of knowledge, experience, and advice about the products.
You and Fido will pawsitively love exploring Panorama City's surroundings!
The neighborhood of Central Panorama City has some wonderful dog-friendly parks for you and Fido to explore. Leash up your pup and head to Panorama Park to enjoy some green space and to walk the path around the fields. You can also take your pooch to Branford Park for some exercise and fresh air. Grab a snack for you and your furry friend from one of the vendors in the area. If you’ve been looking for someone to help you train your dog, check out Mongrels ‘n’ Mutts. With a customized plan from a trainer who graduated from Animal Behavior College, you’ll learn how to use positive reinforcement to establish a healthy leadership role with your pup.
Just north of Panorama City, the neighborhood of Arleta has a few lovely parks where you can bring Fido. Head over to Devonwood Park and walk the paved trails in this recreational area. Bring along a lunch and sit at a picnic table by the open field. You can also head over to Devonshire Arleta Park to enjoy a little green space. This is a wonderful place to come with your pup and kids. You and Fido can take a walk along the brick paths or through the field next to the playground while your children get some exercise. Dogs are welcome in these city parks provided they are on a leash and you clean up after them.
You and Fido can find some pupful opportunities for fun and fresh air in the community of Sun Valley, located directly east of Panorama City. Pack a lunch, grab your leash, and head to La Tuna Canyon Park with your four-footed friend. Here, you and your pooch can walk the nature trails through the canyons that are lined with sycamore and oak trees. Climb the ridge to catch breathtaking views of the San Gabriel Mountains and the San Fernando Valley. You can also take the trail leading deep into The Grotto canyon and have a picnic near the waterfall. Dogs need to be kept on leash in this wilderness area. In town, head to Jamie Beth Slaven Park to stroll along the paths and relax on a bench by the field.
Take a short drive to the neighborhood of Lake Balboa to treat your canine pal to some play time with other pups. This neighborhood is just over 5 miles from Panorama City, and it features a pupcredible recreational area that includes an off-leash dog park. The Lake Balboa/Anthony C. Beilenson Park includes a 1.3-mile path that you and Fido can walk or jog along. In the northwest corner of the facility, you’ll find the Sepulveda Basin Off-Leash Dog Park. There are three separate fenced enclosures to allow different size dogs can romp and play safely with other pooches. After getting some exercise, grab a bite to eat at Lake House near the park. This restaurant welcomes dogs at their outdoor tables.
When you head about 5 miles northeast from Panorama City, you’ll find yourself in the neighborhood of Pacoima. You and Fido can find some delightful green spaces to enjoy here. Head to Ritchie Valens Park on Paxton Street or over to Roger Jessup Park on Osborne Street to get some exercise with your pup. Both facilities have open fields and walking trails for you to explore. For a special treat, pack a picnic lunch and drive over to Hansen Dam Recreation Center. Relax or take a jog around the lake with your special friend. Remember to keep your pooch on a leash in any of these green spaces.
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