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No words can explain it – just grab your dog and go!
Runners-up Crissy Field, parksconservancy.org/visit/park-sites/Fort Funston, nps.gov/goga/planyourvisit/Land’s End, nps.gov/goga/planyourvisit/Though not a sports event in the traditional sense, this annual fundraiser for Alameda Animal Shelter, which happens each June, definitely delights our readers.
Runners-up Fort Funston still open to off-leash dogs More off-leash dog parks in the Bay Area, including in Mountain View, Hayward, and Oakland Rocket Dog Rescue opens Urban Sanctuary & Adoption Center David Campos may have lost his recent bid for a State Assembly seat, but his consistent advocacy on behalf of dogs and his all-around progressive voting record makes him a big winner with our readers.
It’s likely that his outspoken opposition to the restrictive new dog management plan proposed for the Golden Gate National Recreation Area has helped keep the dastardly changes at bay… Runners-up Supervisor Scott Wiener, Governor Jerry Brown, gov President Barack Obama, whitehouse.gov/administration/president-obama To hear our readers tell it, this place has it all.
Puppy gatherings emphasize socialization by letting the dogs interact, off-leash as well as on, with a variety of people in diverse situations.
On a slow weekend, Sirius puppy socials serve as pretty good spectator entertainment, too.
Get your laundry done, eat all your meals here, and bring your furry friend to work!
Google’s pet-friendly policy has dog-loving employees wagging their way to work.
Runners-up Autodesk, Zynga, Pet Food Express, With beautiful views of the Golden Gate Bridge and Marin County hills from this landscaped 23-acre park at the west end of Central Avenue in Richmond, it’s no surprise how much our readers love this locale, one of the largest public off-leash dog parks in the nation.
the dog is on a leash, not in food preparation areas, etc.
Now more dining establishments with outdoor seating are improved by the presence of canine pals basking in the sun, or fog – but probably not rain.
It’s smack dab in the middle of a San Francisco residential neighborhood, for one thing, so somehow you don’t expect such expansive views from the top of the hill.
Or maybe the short but strenuous hike up takes your breath away and that feeling keeps growing as you look up and out.