Photo by Visit Concord.
“Dogs Welcome Here!” isn’t just a tagline in Concord. Pups are central to the community’s fabric, and you’ll see that in the way hotels, restaurants, breweries, bars and parks put out the welcome bowls for four-legged visitors.
Photo by Bjorn Agerbeek.
Looking for new and thoughtful gift ideas for your pet loving friends and family?
Personalized items with the name or picture of a beloved pet is at the top of the list.
Maya walking on the Sacramento River Trail. Photo by Roxanne Kendrick.
Dog-friendly California begins with Sacramento, as you will find out when you explore all the capital city has to offer, from hikes to scenic walks, dog parks to swim spots as well as numerous hotels and restaurants which welcome your furry friend.
Folsom Lake. Photo by Simon Hurry.
Johnny Cash may have slipped Folsom into America’s psyche, but visitors will sing a different tune once they experience the vitality of this historic little city at the western gateway to California Gold Country.
Briones Regional Park, Contra Costa County, California, USA.
Head just east of San Francisco Bay Hills and you will find yourself in the dog–friendly Tri-Valley. This region, which takes its name from the adjacent Amador, Livermore and San Ramon valleys, is home to some of California’s most dog-friendly communities.