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Dog Areas in West Hollywood

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Best Dog Neighborhoods in West Hollywood

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    Population Density 8,934/sq mi

    #1 West Hollywood

    This exciting community is located off the famous Santa Monica Boulevard where there is plenty of access to top-notch restaurants, shopping, culture, art, and entertainment! Plummer Park sits on 4 acres of open space and sidewalks that make it an ideal place to take your pooch for a bathroom break or for some on-leash exercise. The park also hosts a low-cost vaccination clinic event in October where you can take your fur baby to get their rabies, bordetella, and de-worming vaccinations at a very affordable rate. Just Food For Dogs is a local store where you can pick up food, treats and toys, and a place where you can adopt your next pup!
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 9,522/sq mi

    #2 Sunset Strip

    Sandwiched between Sunset and Santa Monica Boulevard, this urban neighborhood is surrounded by fun activities, history, museums, shopping and dining! William S. Hart Park & Off-Leash Dog Park lets dogs run and play in a safely gated, small space in the city that includes a water fountain so your four-legged baby doesn’t dehydrate. If you love going out to eat and also happen to be a dog parent, Sunset Strip is a dream come true! There are dozens of local eateries that are dog-friendly, including Cavatina Restaurant at Sunset Marquis, Saddle Ranch Chop House, and Dialog Café to name a few.
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    Population Density 8,934/sq mi

    #3 Hollywood Heights

    This iconic Hollywood Californian neighborhood has anything anyone could ever need: shopping, amazing restaurants, nightlife, fun indoor and outdoor activities and recreation. The 160-acre Runyon Canyon Park comes with its very own 90 acres of off-leash space where dogs are free to run, play and explore to their hearts’ content! Wattles Garden Park is a beautiful plot of land that has a community garden and hiking trails that wind throughout it. On-leash dogs that are picked up after are always invited to enjoy the space; just be warned there are rangers that enforce leash laws on the premises that will ticket offenders.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 19,931/sq mi

    #4 Hollywood


    World famous Hollywood, California is in no short supply of 5-star restaurants, designer stores and boutiques, arts, culture, entertainment, sophisticated housing, and recreation! Runyon Canyon Park is a dog’s idea of heaven, where off-leash pups are allowed to freely roam the 90 acres of space and hiking trails! De Longpre Park, Selma Park, and Yucca Park provide fun, outdoor spaces where leashed dogs can stretch their legs and do their business in this stylish community. Amoeba Music prides itself on being the largest independent record store in the entire world, and being extremely dog-friendly! Dogs are allowed to accompany their people while they browse and listen to great music. 

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    Population Density 15,236/sq mi

    #5 La Brea


    This neighborhood is within walking distance of the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, La Brea Tar Pits and Museum, and the world-renowned Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. Hancock Park is a popular tourist attraction known for their prehistoric tar pits that house Ice Age fossils! The park also features picnic areas, opens spaces and walking paths that welcome on-leash dogs and responsible owners to experience together. Oktoberfest With Doggies is a fun event held in October at Wirsthaus where humans can bring their pooches to enjoy authentic German food and drinks, and even a professional doggie massage! 

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