Archive for October, 2013

Some good tips for South Bay dog owners from Dogster for keeping your dog safe on Halloween

7 Tips for Keeping Your Dog Safe on Halloween

South Bay dog lovers should check out the I love My Dog art exhibition at
The Palos Verdes Art Center  going on until January 5, 2014.
The exhibit examines the variety of ways that dogs have been depicted in the art world.  And pairs historical works with contemporary ones to show how attitudes towards dogs have changed over the past 200 years.

Manhattan Beach provides many fun and scenic locations for dog walking.  As a Manhattan Beach dog walker my favorite place to walk a dog in Manhattan Beach is the Strand.  The view and energy can’t be beat. Although dogs are not allowed on the beach in Manhattan Beach, they can still have plenty of fun walking along the Strand and visiting with other friendly dogs.
Another good place to walk dogs in Manhattan Beach, is path that runs along Valley Drive. It provides a good long path for dog walking, that goes all the way to almost the end of Hermosa Beach.
When Manhattan Beach dog walking please remember to follow Los Angeles leash laws and keep your dog on a leash that is less than 6 feet long.  Manhattan Beach dog walkers are also required to bring poop bags and clean up after their dogs.

The Redondo Beach Dog Park is holding it’s annual fundraiser Howloween Hoedown
Saturday Oct. 26 from 10am-3pm.
One of the must attend Halloween events in the South Bay.
The Howloween Hoedown is a Costume Parade and Contest for dogs.
The Redondo Beach Dog Park is located on the corner of Flagler Lane and 190th. If you haven’t been, it’s a great place for a dog walk and one of the few places in the South Bay where you can let your dogs walk without a leash.
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If you need a dog walker in Redondo Beach, Hermosa Beach or Manhattan Beach please contact Dog Walking South Bay