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“My best friends have 4 paws”

Hi, I'm Lyric. I'm a long-time Bay Area resident, and dog lover. Dogs have always been a part of my life, and I have many years of dog care under my belt, from puppy to senior, including special needs dogs. I have experience with many breeds, and know how to handle high-energy dogs. I love meeting new dogs and getting to know their charming (and often hilarious) personalities. Our dogs aren't pets, they are family, and you can count on me to treat them that way.

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Puppy care, Training experience, Socialization training, Puppy training

Hi, my name is Kate Mayer. I recently retired from the engineering world and returned to my main love: working with animals. I have a degree in Animal Science from UC Davis and have a veterinary work experience background. I appreciate all breeds of dogs. I love walking and caring for them, and have yet to meet a dog that didn't end up loving me too.

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Dog Walking in Scotts Valley

Just 6 miles north of Santa Cruz, CA is the smaller town of Scotts Valley. Scottsdale has plenty of offer local residents and welcomes visitors on their way to explore the local mountains. Located in the upland slope of the Santa Cruz Mountains, this cozy area has remarkable views of the surrounding valleys and forests. Thinking about moving to the area? You’ll have everything you need just a few miles in any direction, including 3 different veterinary services within Scotts Valley! 

Are you and your pup the outdoorsy type? Lace up your hiking boots and wag over to Skypark or Lodato Park to explore the hiking trails. Dogs must stay on a leash no longer than six feet at all times. Do you prefur to watch while Fido runs around and tires himself out? The local dog park is the pawfect place to spend your afternoons. Plus, your non-furry family can take advantage of the playground in the park as well! 

Scotts Valley has something for everyone, with beautiful California weather, incredible nature, and fun activities for the whole family, four-legged members included! In the evening, visit the Steel Bonnet Brewing Company to enjoy a refreshing brew on their pet-friendly patio.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Scotts Valley

Kings Village Road

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
868 per sq. mi.

Kings Village Road

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Find yourself on Kings Village Road in Scotts Valley? Check out the Scotts Valley Bark Park, which features an open-space area where your dog can socialize with the local canines. The park has two separate areas for small and large dogs as well as doggy fountains, waste bag stations, and even a play pool for the pups! Need to pick up some supplies? Check out the locally-owned Earthwise Pet Shop for natural goodies and treats. Scotts Valley often sees tourists on their way to the Santa Cruz Mountains, and there is plenty of accommodations in the area for those who always travel with their four-legged companion.

Camp Evers

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Population Density
1,930 per sq. mi.

Camp Evers

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Camp Evers is located on the south end of Scotts Valley and is named for the historic settlement in the area. The park at Camp Evers is well-known for its excellent fishing, which is a great activity for you to enjoy with your furry friend at your feet. Want to get primitive and camp overnight with Fido? Visit the Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park. The campgrounds here are pet-friendly, as long as your pup follows the leash laws and guidelines. Begging for a bite? Chow down at one of the patio tables at Peet's Coffee & Tea.

Bethany Park

24
Population Density
823 per sq. mi.

Bethany Park

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On the other side of Scotts Valley is Bethany Park, which is prime real estate for those looking to make the move to a beautifully spacious home in a mountain valley neighborhood. Residents can take advantage of all the local amenities, as well as everything Santa Cruz has to offer, just a short drive away. This area is pawfect for pet parents that enjoy their privacy but want to stay close to the energy of Scotts Valley. If you and Fido enjoy hiking in the brisk mountain air, venture future north to discover some of the trails in the Santa Cruz Mountains.

Seabright

12
Population Density
6,177 per sq. mi.

Seabright

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Seabright is a beautiful coastal town that is home to year-round beachgoers and their pups. Seabright is great for those who love to live by the water, as there is the bay, inlet, and ocean in every direction. The area has great walkability, which is perfect for pet parents who like to bring Fido for everyday errands. Visitors and residents alike adore this charming nautical neighborhood thanks to its beautiful beaches, which happily welcomes canine visitors as well! As long as your pup remains on their leash, they can soak up the sun while the waves crash in the distance.

Twin Lakes

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Population Density
7,046 per sq. mi.

Twin Lakes

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Santa Cruz is a well-known beach city, but it’s not just the human residents who are chilling out on the beach! The four-legged residents of Twin Lakes have been known to hang out on the sand alongside their owners at the Twin Lakes beach. If you are looking for a more quiet and serene adventure, explore the trails in the Schwan Lake Park. As long as you avoid the poison oak, you are sure to enjoy the breathtaking views of the Schwan Lagoon. Afterward, head to the Crow's Nest beach market to chow down on some local eats. You can even order Fido something off the doggy menu!

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