The good news is that many reviewers comment that the dogs look happy and seem to be having a good time during their visits to this beach. And who could blame them? Sun, surf, and time with their owners, plus some balls and other dogs to chase can make for loads of wholesome, doggie good times. You will want to keep a close eye on your pup due to the rocks and the small size of the beach area.
The restaurant next door to the beach is also a dog-friendly location. You will be welcome to take your dog with you for some outdoor dining and relaxation.
Keep in mind, the dog beach is primitive. There are no facilities for water or rinsing off the sand. Bring your own doggy-doo bag, as they are not provided. There are trash containers available so you have a place to conveniently contribute to keeping the area clean. Remember that it is not a good idea to take a puppy into areas where there are other dogs until vaccinations have been completed. You may want to bring your own water and water bowl for your dog to have some refreshment.
Overall, it is a great public beach for pooches to have a spot of their own along the ocean.