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Happy dogs at Point Isabel. Photo Credit: @theemmanation
The Bay Area wouldn’t be what it is without its tawny, oak-studded hills, and we have the East Bay Regional Parks District to thank for keeping many of them accessible to the public. The district manages 65 parks spanning 114,000 acres in Alameda and Contra Costa counties, offering between them some 1,200 miles of dog-friendly trails. Away from developed areas, four-legged friends trained to come when called can trek with you leash free. more »
The Milo Foundation
The Milo pups will thank you!
, named “Best Rescue Group" in the 2014 Bay Woof Beast of The Bay Awards, is turning 20 this year and is celebrating the rescue of 25,000 animals. Join the Milo 20/200
and help them save even more lives! more »
The East Bay's premier aquatic jumping-in place is the extremely popular Point Isabel Regional Shoreline, where you'll find hundreds of dogs and people on almost any day. In late spring and summer, though, foxtails can be pretty thick, so we've sniffed out a couple of alternatives along the Contra Costa shoreline north of the Richmond Bridge more »
If you're a dog-loving resident of the Bay Area, Point Isabel Regional Shoreline is probably already on your short list. If you and your canine pal are visiting, you owe it to yourself not to miss this internationally known, 23-acre place for off-leash doggie fun.