Dog walking in Stanton

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“Professional, Caring, and I take Cute Pet Photos”

Hi my name is Laura. I’m a registered nurse by profession but animals hold a special place in my heart. I started riding horses when I was 5 years old and rode for 10 years, have owned and cared for a wide variety of pets both big and small (currently a bunny mamma to two little lion heads) and I have volunteer experience working in an animal hospital. I'm excited to say that I have been working with Wag! for the past 4 years and cannot wait to meet your pup!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

“Love, Love, Love Dogs!”

Hi I'm Lyndie! Born and raised in Tampa, FL and currently residing in Downtown Long Beach, CA. I moved here with my little Chihuahua, Brownie! We enjoy long walks throughout the neighborhood and meeting new pups and people! I love dogs and am excited about meeting and caring for your pup!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Dog Walking in Stanton

The city of Stanton in western Orange County is located about 25 miles southeast of Los Angeles. This community maintains a small-town feel with six area parks and a number of residential streets. You and Fido can find several pet-friendly activities in and around Stanton. For your pet's professional care needs, there are two veterinary clinics in town.

Take your pup on a special outing to George Bellis Park in Buena Park, located about five miles north of town. This 22-acre facility has a grassy off-leash play area for dogs. The dog park has separate fenced sections for small and large canines. Remember to bring bags to clean up any messes.

You and your furry pal can take a walk or jog in Hollenbeck Park off West Cerritos Avenue. This linear facility has open lawn and a pathway that loops around the park. Bring water and waste bags when you come here.

Another small parklet in the area is Premier Park. Here, you'll find some open grass and a picnic area. Pack a meal or snack and enjoy eating outdoors while your furry friend lounges by your side. Dogs on a leash are permitted in public parks as long as you clean up their waste.

Dog owners in the Stanton area will find a range of nearby activities to enjoy with their canine companions.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Stanton

Serena

48
Population Density
8,182 per sq. mi.

Serena

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The neighborhood of Serena includes an apartment complex, single-family homes, and a furiffic park. You can take a stroll with your furry friend down sidewalks in this area. To treat yourself and your pooch to some green space, head to Stanton Park. Walk through the 5.5-acre facility with your pooch, or bring some food and enjoy a picnic together. There are paved pathways and open lawn here where you and your canine companion can stretch your legs. Dogs are allowed to join you here as long as they're on a leash. Make sure you bring waste bags to clean up any droppings.

Chapman Ave/Dale St

36
Population Density
9,705 per sq. mi.

Chapman Ave/Dale St

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The area around Chapman Avenue and Dale Street includes residential streets, schools, churches, and a community park. There are some quiet roads where you and Fido can get your daily exercise. When you want to enjoy a little open space with your pup, take him to Hare School Park on Chapman Avenue. You'll find basketball courts, baseball diamonds, and open fields in this 14-acre facility. Come here to catch a game or to play some frisbee with your special pal. Leashed dogs are permitted to join you as long as they're under your control and you clean up after them.

Cody Drive

24
Population Density
11,594 per sq. mi.

Cody Drive

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Around Cody Drive, you and your four-footed friend can enjoy a walk through neighborhoods of single family homes and apartment buildings. There's a nice little park just west of this community. To enjoy a picnic or a stroll through some open green space, take your pup to Hansen Park off South Knott Avenue. This facility, located behind Hansen Elementary School in Anahiem, has a paved walkway, picnic tables, and some open lawn. You can bring dogs here if they're on a leash and under your control. Make sure you immediately pick up any messes when you visit this park.

College Drive

12
Population Density
17,445 per sq. mi.

College Drive

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The College Drive neighborhood is a residential area with apartment complexes. You'll be able to walk your pup down the sidewalk-lined streets here. If you want to enjoy some time in the park with your special pal, go just over a mile north to Twila Reid Park in Anaheim. This 27-acre facility includes paved trails, open lawn, and picnic areas. Go for a hike or jog with your canine companion to get a little exercise and fresh air. Dogs on a leash are permitted to accompany you here as long as you keep them under control and pick up their waste.

Stanton NW

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Population Density
11,268 per sq. mi.

Stanton NW

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Stanton NW is a residential area with mobile home parks, apartment complexes, and single-family homes. In this neighborhood, you and Fido will find plenty of streets bordered with sidewalks where you can go for a stroll together. When you want to escape the asphalt jungle and spend  time in the park with your pooch, head about two miles west to Peppertree Park on Reefton Avenue. This small facility includes open green space, shade trees, and picnic tables. Play some frisbee here with your special pal. You can bring dogs to this public space as long as they're on a leash and you clean up after them.

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