Three New Dog Parks Opening in Anaheim

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One of my dog’s favorite activities is a trip to the dog park.  She gets especially excited when she gets the opportunity to visit new ones, so when I read that Anaheim will be opening three new dog parks soon, it got my attention.

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Valentine’s Day 5K through Irvine Regional Park – Feb. 14th

If you and your furry friend want to start off Valentine’s day helping a great cause, check out the Paws for Pink 5K taking place in Irvine Regional Park (located in Orange) on February 14th.  The event starts at 7:00am and is $38 per person(dogs are free) which goes to Susan G. Komen Orange County.   If you haven’t been to the Peter’s Canyon area, it’s definitely a scenic hike, so why not hike for a good cause?  If you are interested in signing up, or just want more info, click on the picture link below.  If you pre-register before Saturday you will save $2 a person.  Enjoy!

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Dog Friendly Beaches in Orange County

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As our short Winter seems to be fading away all too quickly, it will soon be time to head back to the beaches.  If you think you’re excited to get your toes in the sand, just wait and see your dog’s reaction when they see the waves again!  If you have ever taken your dog to a beach, you probably already know what I’m talking about.  I know any time we get within a few miles of the beach, our dog Sierra, losses her mind.  As soon as she smells the salt water, it’s all over.

Every beach in Orange County has different regulations when it comes to allowing dogs, so I’m going to list the beaches in order of dog friendliness to make it easier to plan your next trip to soak in some California sunshine.

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Dog Friendly “Pup” Crawl in Orange County this Weekend

I’ve never see this type of event before so I’m excited that I found this dog friendly “pup” crawl happening this weekend in Huntington Beach.  It’s $15 a person and you will walk to 4 bars in 4 hours.  All of the proceeds will be going to Barks of Love Animal Rescue.  This group fosters dogs in Orange County and puts potential adopting families through a great screening processes before adopting them out.  The event will also include a raffle, goodie bags, and a kissing booth.  If you don’t have anything to do this weekend or just want to experience some great beach weather, and drinks, (alcohol is for the humans only 🙂 ) with your furry friend, stop by and check it out! Click here to pre-purchase tickets.

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