"Evey is the best! Henry loves her and she even makes sure his water bowl is full before she leaves. Thank you!!"
I'm an animal lover to the core! There is no dog, cat, frog or fish that I haven't liked. Since I can't walk your fish, I would love to walk your dog. I have been fortunate to have all kinds of animals around me my entire life. But my greatest passion is DOGS! I have been dogwalking and dog sitting for as long as I can remember. I have experience with all types of dogs. All ages, and all shapes and sizes. I also volunteer at shelters when I can, and I also foster as well. I also have a much better time getting my walk in with a dog. What can I say, dogs make me happy, and I would love to make your dog happy as well.
Hi! My name is Jess and I was born and raised in Los Angeles. I've been around dogs since the day I was born. I had three dogs until the age of 7 and then got a standard Poodle. When I was 16 I got another dog that I still have that is a Maltese. I've been dog sitting, dog walking, and have been obsessed with dogs my entire life. I'm currently going to school to get registered as a Veterinarian Technician. I worked for VCA for a year working with many animals. I look forward and am so excited to meet you and your fur babies!
Woodland Hills is home to some fantastic options for getting outside with your dog. Whether your dog is a total couch potato or just wants to spend the whole day running and playing, you can surely find something to do in sunny Woodland Hills, California.
If you’re looking for dog parks, a local favorite is Serrania Park. This scenic park provides panoramic views of the valley below, lots of grassy areas, trails, and sloping hills. Providing water bowls and doggie bags, this Park welcomes leashed dogs (coyotes are in the area, so it’s not recommended to let your pooch off-leash). For pooches that might enjoy a night out, there’s the Warner Center Park, which offers a dog run and several events throughout the year, including movie nights and concerts. The Woodland Hills Recreation Center also allows leashed dogs to utilize the large grassy fields and wooded areas.
As for hiking in the Woodland Hills area, the options are practically limitless. Enjoy stunning views of the San Fernando Valley as you and your dog climb about a thousand feet of elevation on the Stunt Road Trail to Calabasas Peak. This 3.6-mile trail is sure to please, but if you’re looking for something a little more challenging, try the Stunt High Trail to Saddle Peak, which is almost nine miles long. There’s tons to see and do with your four-legged best friend in Woodland Hills, California!