La Jolla is a coastline community within San Diego County that is known for its fun vibe. The fun though is not just for humans, but for animals too. In fact there are a lot of dog-friendly activities within La Jolla that will surely be loved by canines and their humans.
Local Parenting website La Jolla mom for instance shared dog-friendly activities that can be carried out when in town. One of their most recommended activities is hitting the shores.
“We typically go to La Jolla Shores Beach in the morning (one of our favorite free things to do in La Jolla), which has plenty of flat sand for us to run around and socialize with other dogs when we feel like it and avoid when we don’t. He love, love, loves little dogs and I think it freaks their owners out sometimes because, well, he’s huge. Plus, sniffing seaweed is oh-so-fun. Our dog is still unsure of the ocean, especially when it’s cold. It’s taken three years to get him to occasionally go in up to his elbows without freaking out.”
Read more about bringing dogs in the beach from the original article published here.
Dogs in La Jolla
Pet Parents will also enjoy bringing their four-legged babies on a gastronomic adventure. The San Diego Magazine has rounded up restaurants on La Jolla that do not only allow dogs in, but also have a special menu for them. The Herb and Eatery and The Quartyard are two of the restaurants that made it to their list. La Jolla Official
“Herb & Eatery. At this casual, dog-friendly counterpart to Herb & Wood, Executive Pastry Chef Adrian Mendoza has created two dog treat varieties—one with flaxseed, short rib, and bone broth, and another with peanut butter and seasonal ingredients, like pumpkin; The Quartyard.
Dogs are welcome in the East Village lot-turned-community-park composed of a beer bar, coffee shop, and canteen, but they can also clock in some off-leash fun at the dog run.”
The rest of the restaurants that made it to their list can be found here.
Dog Lovers in La Jolla
La Jolla.com meanwhile enumerated the many top spots in the community that will be enjoyed by dog lovers and their furry friends. Going on a hike at the Torrey Pines State Reserve is one of their suggested activities.
“La Jolla’s Torrey Pines State Reserve has great hiking trails for dogs and humans alike! There are 6 different trails dogs love, so you can choose from a variety of hikes. To learn more about Torrey Pines, check out our in-depth La Jolla Torrey Pines State Reserve Page.”
Check out the full write-up here.
Dog lovers will indeed enjoy exploring La Jolla.