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Off Leash Adventure Play Groups for Your Dog on 6.5 Fenced Acres!

  Is your dog alone and bored while you are at work all day?

 Does she engage in undesirable behaviors to alleviate her boredom?

 Does he greet you with frantic energy at the end of your long day when you are trying to prepare dinner, help the kids with homework, or simply unwind?

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My large, loud dog Rebel may be barking and out of control when Dana arrives, but she knows exactly what to do and say to charm him into a peaceful, happy state. She exudes that strong, steadiness we all love to be around. Her dog groups are well planned with compatible dogs, safe locations and a... more
Lucy W.
Richmond, CA
I had a great experience using Dana as a regular dog walker and occasional dog sitter for my two large dogs. It's a great relief to know your beloved fur-babies are in the capable, caring and positive hands of someone like Dana. Additionally, she provides clear communication with the humans and was... more
Kate M.
Richmond, CA
Dana is an amazing dog walker, completely responsible, reliable and enthusiastic.  And the name Love of the Pup is perfect for her, as she is a devoted dog lover. Anyone would be lucky to send their dog out with her on the trail. Woof woof (that's my pup agreeing wholeheartedly).
Jane S.
Berkeley, CA

Happy Dog Tips

Whole Dog Journal's 2018 Approved Wet Dog Food List
Some of our readers are disappointed that we don’t rank-order foods. There are a couple of reasons for this. The most important: What is “best” for one dog may be disastrous for another. Every dog has to be fed with his or her unique needs and limitations in mind, just like humans. Everyone can’t eat the same thing and thrive! You wouldn’t insist...
By Aaron B. Clayton on 07/10/2016

The number of animals landing in welfare organizations grows at a rapid rate. In 2015 alone, the American Humane Society reported an 8% increase in surrendered animals. At that rate, the number of animals in their system would double in less than a decade. The American Humane Association’s Adopt-a-Dog month has my full support: Go, go!

No one has to tell people who are in the field that the enormity, complexity, and stress of animal welfare work are often underappreciated. Still, if you do this great work you feel the enormous satisfaction of making a difference each day. Our goal...