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Angela
Angela
Reviewed by Cody K. on 09/27/2017

"Angela is wonderful. She is kind to my dogs and interested in their needs. I appreciate her attention to the current training that I am working on with Maggie and Ruby "

1.36 mi
36m
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Angela
Angela
Reviewed by Kathryn J. on 09/18/2017

"Angela was very patient with JD. He's hard to walk because he's so strong and pulls AND out of shape, like me "

1.79 mi
31m
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Angela
Angela
Reviewed by Evan E. on 09/16/2017

"You were great thank you so much for walking Kelly and being patient with her craziness! "

2.25 mi
33m
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Angela
Angela
Reviewed by Shane L. on 09/06/2017

"Angela was amazing. She sent a video of my dog's walk without request, I can tell she really enjoyed his company. The only thing is I was offered 50% off to extend the walk for another 30 minutes which I payed for and it was not extended! A little disappointed. I don't know where the miscommunication was."

1.39 mi
31m
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Angela
Angela
Reviewed by Joseph S. on 09/05/2017

"Thank you for walking cooper. I’m sure he’s very happy to have been able to get out today. I appreciate your work. Thank you. "

2.28 mi
61m
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Angela
Angela
Reviewed by David C. on 09/03/2017

"Loved Angela, she really knows her animals. Frieda, is difficult with putting on her harness. She needs time to get to know her walker. Willing to try Angela out again."

1.37 mi
31m
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Dog Areas in Placentia

17 Parks
6 Eateries
6 Groomers

Located in northern Orange County, the city of Placentia is a rapidly growing community that's known as a pleasant place to live. With 17 area parks and easy access to trails in the surrounding cities, this place offers several ways for dogs and their owners to get outdoors. There are two veterinary clinics here when you need professional care for your pooch.

There's a linear park located off East Palm Drive where you and Fido can go for a walk. Parque Del Arroyo Verde  has open spaces and a walking path that winds around the playground. You can bring dogs on a leash that's up to six feet long to this facility.

About six miles south of Placentia, take your four-footed pal to Olive Hill Dog Park to get some off-leash exercise. This fenced facility has separate areas for large and small dogs, agility equipment, a perimeter walking pathway, and benches for the owners.

There's another pawtastic facility that's about 6.4 miles north of town. Take your pal to Wildcatters Dog Park in Brea to enjoy some play time with other canines. This park has a small area for dogs weighing under 25 pounds and a bigger field for larger dogs. There are water stations, benches, and waste receptacles here.

The city of Placentia in Orange County offers many outdoor activities that dogs and their owners can enjoy together!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Placentia

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    Population Density 6,610/sq mi

    #1 Valencia

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    Valencia is a residential neighborhood with single-family homes, apartments, and schools. This is a lovely place to go walking down the street with your pooch. When you want to enjoy a little green space with your furry pal, head to Kramer Memorial Park on N Bradford Avenue. This facility includes some open spaces, a picnic area, and a walking trail that loops around the park. Go hiking or jogging with your pup here. Dogs are allowed to join you in this facility as long as you keep them on a leash up to six feet long. Remember to pick up any waste while visiting public areas.
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    Population Density 8,943/sq mi

    #2 Chapman/Orangethorpe

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    The neighborhood of Chapman/Orangethorpe is a residential area that's located next to Carbon Canyon Creek and Anaheim Lake. When you want a change of pace from walking your four-footed friend down your street, head to Richard Samp Park on Loyola Drive. This is a quiet facility that's tucked behind an elementary school. There's a walking trail where you can walk your pup around an open field. You can also bring a snack and take a break at one of the tables here. Dogs on a leash up to six feet long are permitted in the park as long as you clean up their messes.
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    Population Density 5,023/sq mi

    #3 Koch Park

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    The neighborhood around Koch Park is a densely populated residential area with two community parks, an elementary school, and a church. There are plenty of streets where you and Fido can enjoy a little walk together. When you're looking for some open space and fresh air, take your pup to Tri-City Park off N Kraemer Blvd. This pawesome 40-acre regional facility includes an eight-acre lake, picnic areas, and walking trails. Hike or jog around the water with your special pal. Dogs are welcome to be in this facility as long as they're on a leash with a six foot maximum length.
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    Population Density 8,694/sq mi

    #4 Santa Fe

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    In Santa Fe, you and Fido will find single-family residences, apartment complexes, and a pleasant little park. You can take your pooch walking on the sidewalks through the neighborhood to get some exercise. When you want to enjoy a little green space, stop off in Santa Fe Park off West Santa Fe Avenue. This small facility has a walkway that loops around an open field and some tables. Bring some food and enjoy an outdoor picnic with your furry friend. You're permitted to bring dogs on a leash no longer than six feet to this area park. Make sure you have waste bags handy so that you can clean up any messes.
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    Population Density 7,069/sq mi

    #5 Alta Vista

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    In the Alta Vista neighborhood, you and Fido will find residential streets, a country club with a golf course, and two small community parks. There are sidewalks in front of the homes and other buildings in this area. This is the pawfect place to go strolling with your canine companion. For some fresh air and green space, head to Goldenrod Park off Goldenrod Street. This small facility has open space, a playground, picnic tables, and a walkway that cuts through the park. You can bring dogs here, provided they're on a leash up to six feet long and you pick up their waste.
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