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Dog Areas in Temple City

2 Parks
3 Shops
4 Eateries
6 Groomers

Temple City, located about 14.5 miles northeast of Los Angeles, is a densely populated area that knows how to cater to its canines. There are two parks in the city, and dogs are permitted in specified areas of these public facilities. Dogs and their owners will also find a range of pup-friendly parks and trails within ten miles of town. When you need professional services for your pooch, you'll find two veterinary clinics here.

Take your pup hiking in the San Whittier Narrows Natural Area in South El Monte, just over six miles southeast of Temple City. There's a network of multi-use trails that loop around two lakes in this facility. Dogs are allowed to join you here as long as they're on a leash no longer than six feet and you pick up their waste.

When you want to go walking or jogging with Fido, pick up the San Gabriel River Trail off Siphon Road in South El Monte. This paved pathway is part of the national Rails-to-Trails Conservancy and stretches for 38 miles. Dogs on a leash are permitted to accompany you on the trail. Bring water and waste bags with you when you use this furrific pathway.

For a special outing with your furry friend, take him to Central Bark Dog Park in West Covina, less than ten miles east of Temple City. This facility has separate fenced sections for small and large dogs. There are benches and shade trees in the enclosed area and  a water fountain right outside. Be responsible and pick up your canine companion's waste. 

Temple City is close to a number of parks and trails that welcome dogs and their owners.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Temple City

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    Population Density 9,154/sq mi

    #1 Live Oak Park

    The Live Oak Park neighborhood is a residential neighborhood that's near the community park, and it's a great place to enjoy a quick walk around the block. When you want to enjoy some green space with your pup, head to Live Oak Park on Bogue Street. You are allowed to stroll along the sidewalk that circles this 16-acre facility, or you can play quietly in passive grass areas in the park. Dogs need to be under your control and on a leash that's no longer than six feet at all times. There are waste bags available in the park so that you can pick up any waste.
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    Population Density 9,932/sq mi

    #2 Temple City

    The downtown neighborhood of Temple City includes some single-family homes, apartment buildings, a park, and some commercial establishments. A furiffic place to get some exercise with your pooch is the Temple City Park, located off Golden West Avenue. This facility allows dogs on a leash up to six feet long to accompany their owners on the walkway that goes around the perimeter and in the passive grassy areas. Go for a stroll or a jog with your furry friend, but keep clear of the playground and pavilion areas. There are waste bags available in the park so that you can clean up after your pup.
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    Population Density 13,332/sq mi

    #3 Camelia

    The area around Camelia includes some private residences and a school. Here, you can get some exercise for you and your special pal by taking a stroll down your neighborhood street. When you want to get out and enjoy some fresh air and green space with your canine companion, head about two miles southwest to Rosemead Park on Encinata Avenue. This facility includes some open spaces and a half-mile trail where you and your furry friend can walk or jog together. You need to keep your dog on a leash and under control while in public facilities. Remember to clean up any messes.
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    Population Density 9,931/sq mi

    #4 Garibaldi Ave

    The neighborhood between Longden Avenue and Hermosa Drive is a residential area with primarily single-family dwellings. There are some nice, quiet streets here where you and Fido can enjoy a short stroll together. If you want to grab a picnic in the park and share some green space with your canine companion, Sally Tanner Park is just two miles southwest of here. There are some passive grassy areas and a short walkway in this facility. Stretch out on the lawn, or grab a snack at one of the tables with your pooch. Dogs need to be on a leash in this park. Remember to clean up after your pup.
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    Population Density 10,579/sq mi

    #5 McCulloch Ave/Live Oak

    The area around McCulloch Avenue and Live Oak Avenue is a mixed zoning neighborhood that includes apartments and private residences. Just three miles southeast of here, you and your pooch can enjoy the water and some fresh air at Peck Road Park. There are walking trails and a fishing lake in this five-acre open space. Go for a walk, or bring a pole and try your hand at fishing with your four-footed friend by your side. Keep your pup on a leash and under control. Make sure you bring some water and waste bags to clean up after your pup.
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