If there’s a more dog-friendly big city than San Francisco, we certainly don’t know about it. An abundance of open space open to dogs is one thing that makes the City by the Bay so enticing to visitors traveling with dogs. Well behaved pooches are allowed to exercise and socialize off-leash in two dozen places within city limits, including several—Alamo Hill, Bernal Heights, Crissy Field, Fort Funston—with views to drool over.
Adorable puppy ready for a nap
With over 286 animals adopted out to loving homes in just two days, there was much to celebrate during the Maddie’s Pet Adoption Days
event at the newly designated Rescue Row
in San Francisco. more »
Maddie’s Pet Adoption Days
is offering free adoptions to qualified households at events throughout the Bay Area May 31 and June 1. Help them reach their goal of finding loving homes for 10,000 homeless animals during this amazing 2-day event.
Maddie’s Fund, a pet rescue foundation, is helping to create a no-kill nation where all healthy and treatable shelter dogs are guaranteed a loving home. Maddie's Pet Adoption Days help little guys like Tripod find their forever family. more »
It’s official! The name “Rescue Row”
was approved by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors on May 6, 2014! Everyone, and their furry companions, is invited to join the ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate at 10:30 am on Saturday, May 31. Dress up your pet in a fun, creative outfit and come join the festivities. Enjoy a red carpet pet parade, a vegetarian BBQ, beer garden, and music to dance to from 10 am to 6 pm. more »
Mistral Visits Corona Heights, San Francisco
Kala Sherman-Presser and her nine year old black lab Mistral have this urban waves and wilderness thing pretty well figured out as these photos show. Taken in San Francisco and neighboring Marin, they prove that us city dwellers and our pups can find beauty and solitude just minutes away from our doorsteps. more »
DogTrekker.com joined Milo Foundation
founder Lynne Tingle and outreach coordinator John Fonseca, along with many other Beast of the Bay 2014
winners, this past Saturday at the El Rio in San Francisco for Bay Woof's 6th annual awards celebration. Both furry dogs and hot dogs were aplenty as everyone enjoyed the sounds of the Whoa Nellies on El Rio's back patio. more »