Dog walking in Twin Peaks

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Allo! I want to work with you and your Dog(s)! If you have specific training needs please let me know, otherwise I try to help with sitting at cross walks (safety first!) and learning loose leash heel (preventing pulling) for basic first time walks with me. I am an on-call/ reoccurring schedule dog walker (and sitter!) for all LA areas. I am often in Santa Monica, Beverly Hills, WeHo, Hollywood and Mid City among other locations. Because this is California, please keep in mind the temperature when scheduling your walks (air temperature of 77* means the ground in sun can be 125*, eggs fry at 131) I do my best to stick to shady areas but I do not want to force any dog into heat stroke, and if they are panting a lot I like to get them fresh water on return home. Don’t just take my word on my knowledge and experience with dogs, please see my 375+ 5 star reviews and comments owners have made. In addition to over a year of Wag! Walks, I have worked at High Ridge Veterinary Hospital Grooming and Boarding, SOS Pets (Save-Our-Seward) Animal Shelter, various volunteering efforts, and grew up with over 30 dogs to train, (I had my own sledding team before I was seven years old!) Animals are my life, and currently I can not have any of my own so let me spread love to yours! ^.^

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Hi, I'm Daniel. I grew up in California housesitting for my uncles 3 Pitbull Mastiffs since I was 13. It was a daunting task at first - but over the years it made me become a dog whisperer of sorts. I am an animal lover in general, but K-9's are my speciality. I enjoy nature and jogging. I want to give your loyal companion the best workout possible. I will be thrilled if you let me be a part of your happy K-9 family too!

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Dog Walking in Twin Peaks

Twin Peaks is a community in San Bernardino County, California that's home to just over 2,000 people. Because it's only 2.5 miles south of the Lake Arrowhead area, you get to enjoy all of the recreational activities that take place in Lake Arrowhead, too. Lake Arrowhead has a convenient location in the San Bernardino mountains, so there are year-round activities to enjoy in the area, including skiing, sledding, camping, and snowshoeing in the winter, and swimming, golfing, hiking, and mountain biking in the summer. Dog owners will appreciate all of the opportunities to spend time outdoors in and around Twin Peaks with their pet, and there's no shortage of off-leash parks nearby!

The Twin Peaks Recreation Complex can be found on Grandview Drive, and it includes ball fields, playgrounds, picnic shelters, a community garden, and an off-leash dog park! The Twin Peaks Recreation Complex Dog Park has separate areas for big and small dogs, as well as water fountains for humans and canines. There are also seating and picnic areas, doggy waste supplies, and lots of free parking. Your dog can join you in the rest of the 11.5-acre Recreation Complex as long as they're on a leash. This is just one of several pawesome dog parks in and around Twin Peaks!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Twin Peaks

Moonlight Rim

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
236 per sq. mi.

Moonlight Rim

48

The northeastern corner of Moreno Valley, California is where you'll find the Hound Town Dog Park, and it's just over 30 miles from Twin Peaks. This 3.5-acre dog park has separate sections for big and small dogs, as well as a double-gated entry system as an added safety measure. Most of the park's surface consists of sand to make it easier to clean up after your dogs. There's a fountain with fresh drinking water for dogs, as well as waste disposal stations and seating areas for pet parents. This quiet and well-maintained dog park is nearly pawfect, but some visitors note there isn't any park lighting, so keep that in mind if you visit at night.

Rubidoux

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
3,713 per sq. mi.

Rubidoux

36

Riverside is a California city near Los Angeles with a population of more than 310,000 people. Downtown Riverside is 30 miles from Twin Peaks, and this area is where you and your pooch can find the Carlson Dog Park. Visitors love that there are separate areas for big and small dogs at Carlson Dog Park, but there are also separate areas just for puppies! In the large dog area, you'll find a variety of agility equipment. There are also water fountains, seating, and waste disposal supplies. This park is located next to  Mount Rubidoux and its trails, which make a great place to walk your dogs on a leash.

Wildwood Park

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
3,410 per sq. mi.

Wildwood Park

24

Wildwood Park is an area of San Bernardino, California and it's only a 20-minute drive from Twin Peaks. The area is also home to its namesake park, and not only does this 24-acre park have sports fields, playgrounds, and picnic areas, but it also has a dog park! The Wildwood Dog Park is divided into different sections for big and small dogs, and there are also seating areas. Drinking water is available for dogs, but some visitors note the park is usually out of doggy bags, so make sure to bring your own. Dogs are also allowed in other areas of Wildwood Park, but they must remain on a leash.

East Highlands

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
9,347 per sq. mi.

East Highlands

12

Highland is another city in California near the San Bernardino Mountains, and central Highland is about a half-hour drive from Twin Peaks. The area known as East Highlands is where you'll find Aurantia Park, an exceptional 12-acre city park. Aurantia Park includes a dog park with different enclosures for big and small dogs that opened in 2005. There is drinking water for doggos and pet parents at the Aurantia Dog Park, and you'll also find waste disposal supplies and seating. Some visitors note there isn't much shade in the park, so don't forget your hat and sunscreen! There's also a walking path surrounding the park if you'd like to walk your dog as well.

South Redlands

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,978 per sq. mi.

South Redlands

0

The Redlands Dog Park in Redlands, California is less than 30 miles from Twin Peaks. This spacious dog park has plenty of friendly regulars (both canine and human!) and it includes separate enclosures for dogs of different weights. You'll find drinking water for dogs at the park, as well as waste disposal supplies and seating areas. The Redlands Dog Park is clean and well-maintained, but some visitors say that, while there are a few trees in the park, there isn't much shade. There's a park surrounding the dog park where you can walk your dog on a leash, and it also has a small pond for fishing.

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