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Evan
Reviewed by Chad J. on 08/24/2017

"Thank you for coming all this distance and paying a toll to help us out on vacation! We are very grateful. I am proud of our Prancie figuring out who is good to her so quickly! You are appreciated as we fostered a completely traumatized, sick, dog from the streets. It took about a year of almost constant companionship to get her emotionally squared away. So important that she has really positive experiences when her rescue humans are gone. She was really upset when suitcases were involved and she was not included. My son said she was lethargic for first 36 hours and he stayed home with her the entire time. No doubt you are helping her future outlook that her world will stay on its axis when she is left behind. We were afraid to leave her for more than a couple hours during first year because her separation anxiety was so severe. It has taken many steps to restore her spirit, trust people again, and become the sweet doggie she is today. We took her in as stressed out, scared, destructive, snarling barking, escape artist. It was so important to us that she didn't have suitcase memories associated with all her daylight hours being alone or left with sleeping human working various shifts."

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Evan
Reviewed by Chad J. on 08/22/2017

"I am so very sorry about the wrong code on system. How embarrassing! I will correct that immediately. Thank you very much for treating our baby to a morning walk. My adult son who sleeps days is probably going to kill me later for the code number confusion, (but for Prancie's sake), I am sure happy he didn't sleep through your knocks. "

1.91 mi
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Dog Areas in Rodeo

A beautiful hidden treasure near San Pablo Bay, Rodeo is a small California town that anyone out there who’s canine crazy would be doggone mad to miss. Small and scenic compared to most cities on the West Coast, Rodeo is a peaceful haven for those who simply want a chance to breathe. 

Just minutes away, however, you’ll find the town of Hercules, home to the famous dog-friendly restaurant, Leila by the Bay. An outdoor patio which offers views of San Pablo bay is available for dog lovers to enjoy their dinner within, and the upscale food in this restaurant can’t be missed. In spite of the high level to which the cooks take their food, the vibe within the restaurant is very casual. Your dog will be the star of the show, and sure to receive plenty of pats on the noggin. No flash furtography, please! Just be sure to bring plenty of snacks for your pooch to nibble on, as well as some water and your trusty collapsible water dish. They’ll need to be hydrated after all the salivating they’ll be doing. 

Anyone who lives in Rodeo can speak of its value as a grrreat pit stop.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Rodeo

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    Population Density 1,323/sq mi

    #1 Central Hercules

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    If you happen to find yourself in Hercules, and the dining options at some of the other local restaurants just aren’t barking your language, make your way to the Powder Keg restaurant. A cozy pub on the surface, the Powder Keg also serves numerous choices when it comes to fresh seafood. There is an outdoor deck where your dog is free to join their favorite person for dinner. If fish isn’t your style, try some of their burgers or prime rib. Surely no one will notice if you slip your pup a tiny nibble… or bring some yummy treats.
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    Population Density 1,323/sq mi

    #2 East Hercules

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    Looking for a bit of excitement local to Rodeo? Mosey on over to East Hercules, where you’ll find the Pick of the Patch Pumpkin Patch. Guaranteed to be a brand new adventure for you and your pup, this dog-friendly pumpkin patch is fun for pup pals and people pals alike. Bring along your kids, both furry and otherwise, and enjoy the inflatables park for children between two and twelve years old. While you’re at it, let your proud pup pick out their perfect pumpkin for the spooky scary Halloween season. Better yet, make a fresh pumpkin pie for everyone!
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 21,920/sq mi

    #3 Richmond District

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    Expand your horizons a little, and venture with your canine companion to the Richmond District neighborhood, home to Barker -- er, Baker Beach! This beautiful park is around a mile to the south of the Golden Gate Bridge, so if you’re excited to see the impressive landmark but don’t want Fido to miss out, Baker Park is the perfect location. Better yet, dogs are allowed off-leash as long as they remain north of Lobos Creek. Let your pups run themselves silly, and enjoy the views that beautiful California has to offer. Just be sure to bring some water and waste bags along.
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    Population Density 18,140/sq mi

    #4 Lake Merced Park

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    Make your way to Skyline Boulevard, in the Lake Merced Park area, and you’ll find yourself near the fantastic Fort Funston -- and they certainly put the ‘fun’ in the name of this area! With large open spaces for your dog to run off-leash, your well-socialized pup will fit right in with the other pups as long as they’re well-trained with voice commands. There are plenty of shady spots, as well as water bowls for your pup to drink from if they get parched! The area isn’t fenced in, so be sure to keep an eye on your precious pooch.
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    Population Density 6,160/sq mi

    #5 Financial District

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    Finally, find yourself in the Financial District of San Francisco, and you’re bound to be amazed by the views, especially if you make your way to Crissy Field Park, an off-leash dog park where your dog is free to dig in the sand, play in the cool ocean waters, and run around with the new friends they’re bound to make. If your dog happens to get too sandy and dirty, there is a dog wash station near the restrooms for you to rinse off Rover. There are also plenty of places to get some fresh drinking water, so all you need to worry about is picking up after puppy!
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