Dog Walkers in South Pasadena, CA

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Dog Areas in South Pasadena, CA

6 Parks
1 Trail
1 Shop
11 Eateries
1 Groomer

Around nine miles from downtown Los Angeles, the city of South Pasadena provides easy access to a range of activities that you can enjoy with your dog. This community feels like a small town and has more than 100 acres of land dedicated to parks and playgrounds. When you need professional care for your pup, choose from three veterinary clinics in the area.

Just east of town, you can take your pal to the Hermon Dog Park to enjoy some off-leash play time with other canine companions. This facility has separate fenced areas for small and large dogs, benches, and water stations. Remember to clean up after your dog. There are waste bags available for your convenience.

For an outdoor adventure with your pup, head to Eaton Canyon Park and Nature Center. Dogs are allowed to accompany you in the facility and on the trail that goes north to Mount Wilson. Take time on your hike to enjoy the beautiful waterfall that's in this park.

Another pawtastic park to explore with Fido is Ernest E. Debs Regional Park off Monterey Road, just four miles from downtown South Pasedena. There are five miles of trails in this 300-acre area. Dogs on a leash up to six feet long are allowed to join you here. Bring water and waste bags when you come to this expansive area.

In South Pasadena, you and Fido can reap the benefits of being close to a major metropolitan area and still enjoy a residential setting with ample green space and outdoor recreational opportunities.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in South Pasadena, CA

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 10,825/sq mi

    #1 Olga

    The mixed zoning neighborhood of Olga includes residential streets, schools, commercial areas, and two parks. When you want to give your pup a chance to play off-leash, take him to the South Pawsadena Dog Park. This fenced facility includes water stations and some agility equipment for your furry friend. There are benches and shade structures for the owners. Let your four-footed pal play with other canines here. Dogs must be licensed and at least four months old. You are expected to remain in the park with your dog and keep him under control at all times. Make sure you clean up after your pooch.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,692/sq mi

    #2 Garfield Park

    Garfield Park is a densely populated residential neighborhood in the northeastern part of the city. Dogs and their owners can go for a stroll down the sidewalks in this area. When you want to get some fresh air and stretch your legs, bring your special buddy to Garfield Park on Park Avenue. This 7-acre facility is a zero-emission green zone with a playground, fields, a walking trail, and more. Go for a hike or jog around the tennis courts, groomed open spaces, and soccer fields here. Dogs on a leash no longer than six feet are allowed to join you. Remember to promptly pick up any waste.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 7,711/sq mi

    #3 Monterey Rd/Indiana Ave

    In the southwestern section of town, the neighorhood around Monterey Rd/Indiana Ave includes single-family homes, a few schools, and a puptastic nature park. You and Fido can get out and enjoy some green space by heading to the Arroyo Woodland and Wildlife Nature Park on Pasadena Avenue. This small parcel of land has some delightful trails that wander among California walnut trees and continue to a lookout point. Enjoy scenic views of Mount Washington, the San Gabriel Mountains, and the Verdugo Mountains from here. Dogs on a leash up to six feet long can join you. Bring along water and waste bags to clean up after your pup.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 10,089/sq mi

    #4 City Center

    City Center is a combined commercial and residential neighborhood. On the west side of this area, you and your canine pal can find some green space and a furiffic hiking trail.  Stretch your legs with your pooch in Arroyo Park off Stoney Drive. There are athletic fields, a playground, open fields, and a picnic area in this facility. From here, you can connect to the Arroyo-Seco Trail. This mixed-use pathway offers 20 miles of hiking or jogging. Dogs are allowed on the trail if they're on a leash no longer than six feet and you clean up any droppings. Bring some water for you and your pup.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 16,100/sq mi

    #5 Raymond Hill

    Raymond Hill, a small development in the northeast corner of South Pasedena, is a densely populated neighborhood. This area offers easy access to a dog-friendly park that's about three miles east in San Marino. Take Fido to Lacy Park to get outdoors and go for a walk or jog. There are two trail loops here. Stroll around the open space and through the rose arbor on the west side of the park. Bring along a lunch and enjoy a picnic with your furry friend. Dogs are permitted here as long as they're on a leash that's no longer than six feet and you pick up their droppings.
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