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Madison
Reviewed by Brittany A. on 08/13/2017

"Madison was amazing!! I don't even know where to start I have so many great things to gush about. We have a big rescue Saint Bernard that pulls on leash and got so excited she had an accident but Madison wasn't dissuaded and even cleaned up. She's heaven sent in our opinion! "

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Maddie
Reviewed by Vincent S. on 08/01/2017

"Maddie was very friendly and She took good care of my dog! They had a nice walk and I would be happy to have her come again soon!"

1.16 mi
30m
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Madison
Reviewed by Edward A. on 07/20/2017

"Thanks for giving May some good exercise! She loves the water, should have warned you ;)"

1.44 mi
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Dog Areas in Ross, CA

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The small town of Ross, located about 18 miles north of San Francisco, is the pawfect place to escape big city life and enjoy some time in the great outdoors with your pup. Due to the low density of development, the town is a good place to recharge your batteries and bond with your lovely mutt, playing ball in the parks or dining out in the neighboring San Rafael. If your hound doesn't feel well, he can get all the TLC he needs at Ross' two veterinary clinics.

Natalie Coffin Greene Park, conveniently nestled on the banks of Phoenix Lake, is a green public park with plenty of shade, walking trails, benches, and paths to the water. Your pup is welcome to join you on-leash for a stroll around the lake to watch some local wildlife. Or, get some culture in the area of Gerstle Park, home to an elegant historic estate and peaceful surroundings.

For great fun and even better company, head northeast to San Rafael’s Boyd Memorial Park, offering scenic walking trails, an extensive playground, and picnic facilities for you and your leashed pup! If you want to get a drink, check out Peet’s Coffe and Tea on 3rd Street, with outdoor tables for pups and plenty of flavored beverages.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Ross, CA

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    Population Density 4,321/sq mi

    #1 San Rafael City Center

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    San Rafael’s city center is home to a variety of dog-friendly restaurants, ranging from casual drive-thrus to sit-down eateries with live music. You'll feel right at home in the cozy atmosphere of Barney’s Gourmet Hamburgers, set right across from a museum. Browse the extensive menu of starters and juicy burgers at the outdoor garden, with pet-friendly tables and drinking water for thirsty mutts! Depot Garden Restaurant is also a furrific place to grab a delicious breakfast, lunch, or coffee at the outdoor patio.

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    Population Density 5,713/sq mi

    #2 San Anselmo Downtown

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    Downtown San Anselmo, set at the intersection of Center Boulevard and Red Hill Avenue, is a busy spot that's home to Imagination Park and San Anselmo Historical Museum. Head west from the city center to find Robinson Park. This community park has walkways, green lawns, and gardens, making it the perfect place for a nice leashed walk in the evening. Afterward, grab a bite at L’Appart Resto. This cozy French restaurant is the only pet-friendly place in downtown, and serves a variety of delicious treats to doggie diners at the outdoor tables.

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    Population Density 859/sq mi

    #3 Baltimore Canyon Open Space Preserve

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    Baltimore Canyon Open Space Preserve offers a wealth of outdoor opportunities for both humans and canines alike! Here, you'll find hiking trails which wind through the extensive green recreation area, as well as a waterfall! You can hit the trails with your pooch, starting at the Crown Road Fire Road trailhead and following the stream of Larkspur Creek. This will lead you near Dawn Falls, one of the most alluring and picturesque attractions in the area! Make sure that you keep your fur baby on their leash at all times, and bring plenty of drinking water with you.

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    Population Density 1,831/sq mi

    #4 Greenbrae

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    Greenbrae is a western neighborhood of Kentfield nestled on the southern bank of Corte Madera Creek. Take a walk with your pooch at Hal Brown Park at Creekside. This local park is very pawpular with the residents here, so you'll often see people and pups picnicking or walking along the trails. There is no special spot for dogs to play off-leash in this park, so your pup should stay tied up. But you can praise him for his good behavior at one of the dog-friendly eateries near the shopping area! You can share a sweet treat at the outdoor tables in Victoria Bakery and Café.

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    Population Density 1,800/sq mi

    #5 San Anselmo North

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    For some real off-leash fun, go straight to North San Anselmo, following along Sir Francis Drake Boulevard until you spot the extensive area of Red Hill Community Park. This large, green park is the pawfect place for the whole family -- furry members included! -- to have fun together, picnicking, playing ball or fetching a Frisbee. Apart from the main area, the public park has a separate, fenced dog park for pups to play off-leash and make some new friends! The dog park is located in the northeastern part of Red Hill Community Park and welcomes four-legged visitors year-round!
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