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Holanda
Reviewed by Jared A. on 08/30/2017

"Holanda was wonderful and I give her kudos for sticking it out for the whole 30 in the blistering heat of night. Even though I told her she didn't have to. T was so exhausted and happy, exactly what I wanted for him. I will definitely use Holanda again. Helped me so much when I cant do it myself. Thank you!!"

1.11 mi
32m
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Marlen
Reviewed by Michelle L. on 08/20/2017

"Thank you Marlen, Layla was very happy and can't wait to see you again soon!"

1.30 mi
33m
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Ronnie
Reviewed by Diana T. on 08/17/2017

"So happy! Were such a busy family, so I feel bad when we can't always get to walk Lily. Ronnie was awesome and on time! My Lily loves Ronnie, which is great, because Lily isnt always warm to new people. Highly recommend this dog walker!"

1.73 mi
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Dog Areas in Rialto

10 Parks
5 Eateries
1 Groomer

Rialto in San Bernadino County is a woofderful place for dogs and humans. Humans can enjoy a city rich with history from both California and the movie industry, while dogs can run in the sun and be treated like kings. There are four vets, including animal hospitals, inside Rialto, so your pup will never have to wait. If you’re new to the area, the first place you have to go is Corky’s Kitchen and Bakery, where your dog can join you on the patio for fresh, homemade breakfast items all day long.

If you want to walk your dog in the heart of Rialto, there’s no place better than the Rialto City Park. This park welcomes leashed dogs, but has plenty to do for the whole family. Enjoy the picnic areas, playground equipment, and sports fields in addition to long walks through the park’s walking paths.

If it’s late in the day, but you want to get in a walk before calling it a night, head to the Bud Bender Park. This park has a bright lights around the sports fields, enabling it to be open after dark! Pups are welcome to roam the fields between games.

Resting up in Rialto is easy: head to Days Inn Fontana Rialto for a pet-friendly bed for the evening for just a small pet fee. Then, wake up bright and early to see all the pawsome places to go in Rialto!


Best Dog Neighborhoods in Rialto

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    Population Density 4,434/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Rialto

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    Downtown Rialto is the place to go for an interesting walk and a great meal. First, to work up your appetite, go to Margaret Todd Park. This park has a skatepark inside it that’s a hub for local culture. You can walk the grassy sides or loop the skatepark to get in a good walk; the park is small, but there’s lots to see and sniff! When you’re ready to wind down, head east in Downtown Rialto to hit Cuca’s Mexican Food. This restaurant has several dog-friendly tables outside for you to eat with your dog! They don’t provide table service, so bring a friend to hold your pup while you order.

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    Population Density 6,352/sq mi

    #2 West Merrill

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    Andreson Park is an amazing place to take your dog. You can walk the trails while on leash, but most dog owners head straight to the back. There’s a fenced area at the back of the park that’s perfect for off leash play! This park is the gem of West Merrill, and is almost always busy. Social dogs will love making new friends every visit! The park features fenced areas for large and small dogs, soft turf on the ground, and space to roam! There is water available nearby, but bring your own bowl as the park doesn’t have doggy fountains.
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    Population Density 4,723/sq mi

    #3 East Walnut

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    East Walnut in Rialto is a largely residential neighborhood with one of the biggest community parks you’ll find in the city. Frisbie Park is a community hub, typically bustling after school and on weekends. The rest of the time, your dog should have plenty of room, making it a great place to socialize a shy dog. You can walk laps around the sports fields or follow the paths between attractions, like the tennis courts and children’s play area. Bring your own water bowl, but there are plenty of fountains in the area. Whether it’s busy or quiet, there’s plenty to keep your dog busy!


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    Population Density 6,443/sq mi

    #4 West Walnut

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    The Jerry Eaves Park in West Walnut is a great place to bring an energetic dog. There’s always plenty to see and smell for your canine friend. The park is popular with sports leagues, and the paths circle the large fields entirely. A few circles of that, and you’ll have a solid walk for your pup! Leashed dogs are welcome in the park, just be sure to bring baggies to clean up with you. You should also bring a water bowl; there are fountains around the park, but dogs will be too short to reach them! Shy dogs should avoid the park on weekends, when it sees the biggest crowds.
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    Population Density 1,960/sq mi

    #5 El Rancho Verde

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    If you find yourself in the El Rancho Verde neighborhood, head to Roger Birdsall Park. It may as well be called Roger Dogsall because dogs love this park! Though there is a playground here, most of the space at this community park is given way to green sports fields perfect for romping! Though your dog has to be on leash in the park, there is plenty of room to work off some energy. Circle baseball fields, or the entire community site, to get in a great workout. Cool down afterwards with some water that you brought yourself; the park’s fountains are few and far between!


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