Upgrades coming in the next few weeks to the Orange Dog Park (Yorba Park)


Attention dog owners in Orange, construction will begin early February to renovate the Orange Dog Park(Yorba Park).  The park will be getting a much needed upgrade, but will be closed at times during the renovation. I have reached out the to the Orange Dog Park Association for info on closure dates, and will update this post as soon as I hear something. Below are some of the more important details.  For the full story from the OC Register CLICK HERE.


Cost: $1.97 million to $2.5 million

Main issue: As a closed landfill, there is a lot of room for improvement to give the park a sense of being more thoroughly designed and complete, officials said. An aging vapor extraction and monitor system will need to be replaced.

Coming upgrades: Expanded dog park, new watering stations and benches. Pending funding, project might also include new picnic tables, portable dog exercise equipment, shade canopies and new restrooms.

ETA: Park closing for first phase of project within a few weeks, completion expected by the fall.


OC Animal Care Shelter Waiving Adoption Fees Due to Overcrowding


Starting today, November 3rd, the OC Animal Care Shelter located in Orange, CA will be waiving their adoption fees due to their shelter being at 95% capacity.  If you are looking to add a new family member to your pack soon, please consider adopting from this shelter.  When shelter are so overcrowded, it put more stress on all of the animals as well as the staff.  CLICK HERE for a list of all the animals currently available for adoption.

To check out the complete story from the OC Register CLICK HERE

OC Market Place Pet Days! – Nov 4th & 5th

If you are looking to add a new member to your pack this holiday season, or just want to get outside this weekend, check out Pet Days and the OC Market Place…

*quick note, no personal pets are allowed at this eventpet-days-5x7sm




Don’t miss Howl-a-ween at the La Palma Dog Park on Oct. 30. The 10 a.m. to noon event will include a dog costume contest, doggie trick-or-treating, photo booth, doggie treats, entertainment, refreshments and more.

Categories for costume contest include: best movie or TV theme, best pet and owner theme, and traditional costume theme.

Register your dog for $10, fee is for one dog and up to two owners. Register online at anaheim.net/ezrecconect or by calling Anaheim Community Services at 714-765-5191. Space is limited and pre-registration is recommended. La Palma Dog Park is at 1161 N. Anaheim Blvd.

Walk & Trick-or-Treat for the Animals Huntington Beach Central Park – Oct. 24th


If you live near the Huntington area and are free on the 24th, head down to Huntington Beach Central Park for the Walk & Trick or Treat event and help support the Orange County SPCA.  The details are below, or CLICK HERE to go directly to their website to sign up! Registration ends on 10/23.

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Surf City Surf Dog Competiton this Sunday at the Huntington Dog Beach – 9/25/2016


It’s looking like we are about to have another typical hot September weekend, why not cool off and enjoy some surfing dogs at the same time? Check out the Surf City Surf Dog Competition this Sunday September 25th.  Here’s a clip from last years event to get you and your best friend stoked for the festivities 🙂

For event times and more details CLICK HERE

Unofficial Newport Dog Beach to Remain Open


A Win for the Dogs of Orange County!

A public hearing on the subject of wether or not the unofficial dog beach located where the Santa Ana river meets the ocean should remain an off-leash area for dogs to play took place on Tuesday night. The Parks, Beach, and Recreation Commission rejected the proposal to enforce the leash laws and have allowed that area of the beach to remain an off-leash dog playground for our furry friends! To read the full story, click on the link below:

Panel wants Newport to pass up patrolling ‘doggy Disneyland’ beach next to Huntington