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Valley Village is a neighborhood in the city of Los Angeles, and nestled in the San Fernando Valley. Founded in the 1930s when a motion picture studio built houses for use as props, it soon saw permanent residents and became its own neighborhood. Although it may be tiny, Valley Village is a great place to bring your pup, especially since it boasts three veterinarians that are ready for all your pup's needs.
If your dog is the outdoor type, then take him to the Valley Village Park to let him sniff around
and explore.Valley Village Park has a great walking path that the two of you can enjoy, plus restrooms, a playground, and a picnic area where you can have a picnic for a great day out. Open from dawn to dusk every day of the week, this is sure to become a favorite spot!
Valley Village is a great spot for your furry friend if food is always on his mind. Check out Harvest Moon Kitchen and Marketplace for a tasty breakfast, lunch, or sweet treat. You and your pup will love the variety of food their menu offers, and the outdoor patio that is dog friendly.
The North Hollywood Park is a great spot to bring Fido for a fun walk or a good game of fetch. The park offers sports fields and courts, an indoor gym, playground, and an outdoor pool. There are benches scattered throughout the park for you to relax on, and a huge grass area that is perfect to play fetch with your furry friend. Locals love the park because there are always dogs running around, and they feel safe within the park. Make sure to bring water for your dog since there won’t be any fountains for them, and clean-up bags.
If you and your pooch are foodies and in search for the perfect dog friendly restaurant, then look no further than the Noho Arts District. EAT Café offers salads, sandwiches, and wraps for you to enjoy. Vicious Dogs serves up hot dogs with any flavor combination. District Pub is a tavern that offers a line of exotic sausages to enjoy. The Fat Dog has a variety of food to eat, like fried brussels sprouts or hot wings. These restaurants have a dog-friendly patio that welcomes your pooch to join you while you enjoy a nice meal.
This Valley Village neighborhood is the place to be for some pawsome grub. Stop into Red Moon Restaurant and Lounge and grab
some food with your pup. Their outdoor patio is 100% dog friendly, and your dog can sit with
you while you both enjoy your evening. Hugo's Tacos is a great place to sit down and relax if the two of you are craving Mexican food instead. Hugo's offers delicious burritos, tacos, and quesadillas, and they too have an outdoor patio that is dog friendly.
The Whitnall Off-Leash Dog Park in Los Angeles is only five minutes out of Valley Village and a great spot to let your dog run around without a leash. This three-acre park is located right underneath the historic Whitnall Highway Utility Corridor. The park offers separate areas for large and small dogs, and tables, drinking fountains, and restrooms. After a great day at the park, stop in at some of the dog-friendly restaurants near the dog park and grab a bite to eat. The Juice Parlor, La Maria, or Larry’s Chili Dog which all welcome your dog to tag along while you eat.
The Fryman Canyon Loop is in this Studio City neighborhood, and is only five minutes away from Valley Village. This pawsome canyon allows you to hike a 3-mile loop on the Betty B. Dearing Trail, and through Wilacre Park and Coldwater Canyon Park. If you complete the entire 3-miles, then the hike will also take you through Fryman Canyon and give you a beautiful view of Studio City. Locals warn that the trail does have a lot of wildlife on it like rattlesnakes, tarantulas, and jack rabbits, so keep your dog close and pay attention when hiking. Make sure to bring plenty of water for the two of you to drink and some clean-up bags.
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