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Best Place to Walk Your dog…

Point Isabel

Point Isabel

Isabel Street in Richmond

Phone # 510-235-1631

For more information visit:

http://www.ebparks.org/parks/ptisable.htm.

 

Imagine walking your dog at a park with an amazing view…that definitely has to be Point Isabel.  Dogs can be walked with or without a leash at this beautiful, landscaped 21-acre park while looking at scenic views of the Golden Gate Bridge and Marin County.

 

Take I-80/Eastshore Freeway in Richmond, take Central Ave West to Point Isabel.

 

 

BEST place to stop by while at point isabel…

 

Located in Point Isabel

Isabel Street in Richmond

Phone # 510-559-8899

For more information visit: www.mudpuppys.com.

 

While hanging out at Point Isabel, you and your pets can make a stop at Mudpuppy’s, an East Bay Regional Parks facility offering an affordable and unique selection of doggy treats, toys, and natural earth friendly products for man’s best friends. If your dog needs a shampoo, Mudpuppy’s offers a self or full service wash in addition to other services including flea dip, nail trim, conditioning and blow-dry. So stop on by when walking your canine for a little haircut or a snack of some sort. Located in the first parking lot on the right.

 

 

Best animal welfare organization…

 

The Peninsula Human Society & SPCA

12 Airport Boulevard

San Mateo, CA 94401

Phone # 650-340-7022

For more information visit: www.peninsulahumanesociety.org.

 

The Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA is one of the country’s largest and most celebrated animal welfare organizations. In addition to caring for and adopting thousands of domestic animals each year, The PHS/SPCA is one of just a few humane societies in the United States that also treats injured, sick and orphaned wildlife. The PHS/SPCA handles approximately 5,000 wildlife annually from San Mateo and San Francisco counties.

 

Though contracted to perform state-mandated animal control services, PHS/SPCA relies on donations, and not government funding, to provide a range of life-saving programs for animals and vital services

people who care for and about them. Programs include adoption for dogs, cats, small animals and exotic pets; wildlife rehabilitation; educaton; advocacy; community outreach; animal rescue and cruelty investigation. The PHS/SPCA is not affiliated with any national humane organization.

 

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