Dog-friendly Pleasanton

Pleasanton

Welcome to Pleasanton!

Steeped in history, the tree-lined Main Street in Pleasanton is the setting for festivals, street parties, parades, weekly summer concerts, farmers markets, and more. This historic downtown area offers excellent outdoor dining, boutiques, and art galleries. Just a short distance from downtown is Alameda County Fairgrounds, home of the award-winning Alameda County Fair and other events throughout the year. Outdoor enthusiasts have miles of hiking, biking, and walking trails to explore among the ridgelines overlooking the region’s three valleys.

Pleasanton is a community of 67,700. It is a family-oriented community that prides itself on the numerous parks and recreation facilities and programs. The Pleasanton community is committed to maintaining the standards that make this a wonderful place to live, visit, work and play.
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Call it a Night in the Tri-Valley

 Luke at Sheraton Pleasanton Hotel <br/> Photo Credit: @slandgirlinjourney
Luke at Sheraton Pleasanton Hotel
Photo Credit: @slandgirlinjourney

Sure, you could commute from the Bay Area or Sacramento, but why not make a weekend of it? After a day of hiking or touring the wine or craft-beer trails, it’s nice to stay for dinner, pull into a nearby hotel and spend the night. By our count, more than two dozen Tri-Valley hotels welcome four-legged visitors (use the handy dog-friendly check box at visittrivalley.com to filter hotels). more »

In the Tri-Valley, Wide Open Space for You and Your Dog

Sycamore Valley Open Space Preserve <br/> Photo Credit: @mr_wigglebutt
Sycamore Valley Open Space Preserve
Photo Credit: @mr_wigglebutt

The story behind why the Tri-Valley region has more open space than urban sprawl is long and complex, but there’s no arguing with the results! All four towns in the region are situated in close proximity to parcels within the vast East Bay Regional Park system, where dogs can hike with their people off-leash in many open-space and undeveloped areas, provided they are under strict voice control at all times. more »

Tri-Valley: Trails to Treats

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The Bay Area’s Tri-Valley region, just 45 minutes east of San Francisco, is a sunny paradise for hiking dogs and their people, rewarding both with lots of wide open spaces and scenic vistas.

The four cities that make up the Tri-Valley region, PleasantonDanvilleDublin and Livermore, each have something special to offer DogTrekkers. more »

Pull Up a Pillow (and a Dog Bed) and Stay the Night

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While the Tri-Valley region is within easy commuting distance of the Bay Area and Sacramento, after a day of hiking or touring the wine or craft beer trails, it’s always nice to stay for dinner, pull into a nearby hotel and spend the night. Tri-Valley has accommodations to fit any taste or budget and by our count, over two-dozen are dog-friendly. The Hyatt House in Pleasanton even has their own resident dog who hangs out in reception. more »

Dog-friendly Tri-Valley Region Trails

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The Bay Area’s Tri-Valley region, just 45 minutes east of San Francisco, is a sunny paradise for hiking dogs and their people, rewarding both with lots of wide open spaces and scenic vistas.

The four cities that make up the Tri-Valley region, Pleasanton, Danville, Dublin and Livermore, each have something special to offer DogTrekkers. What they all have in common is their proximity to the vast East Bay Regional Park system where dogs can hike with their people off-leash in many open space and undeveloped areas, provided they are under control at all times. more »

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Amador Valley Veterinary Hospital
1809 Santa Rita Rd., Ste. M
Pleasanton, California 94566
Phone: (925) 462-3646


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