2017 Brunch Date To Be Announced

Thanks to everyone who joined us for our 2016 brunch! We are currently in the process of planning our 25th anniversary celebration in November 2017. Exact date will be announced soon!

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Safety Tips for the Dog Park

While we all strive to keep dogs and humans safe and healthy, at times we end up in situations where we need to avert disaster. Here are some tips to help avoid issues before they happen, and what to do in case of emergency. STAY AWARE People need to be aware at all...

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Children and Pets

ATTENTION PARENTS At Laguna Beach Dog Park, we are dedicated to keeping humans and canines as safe as possible. Since children are particularly vulnerable to injury we wanted to take a moment to give some tips to parents visiting the dog park. We hope you find this...

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My Best Friend’s Brunch 2016

  Well mannered dogs are invited! If you have any questions about the brunch, please email us! Tickets also available at Naked Dog Bistro on Forest Ave. and at Puppies and People Too! on PCH at the Hotel...

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Emergency Information

While we all strive to keep dogs and humans safe and healthy, at times we end up in situations where we need to avert disaster. Here are some local contacts in case of emergency. ANIMAL POISON CONTROL CENTER 24 hrs a day/888 426-4435 The ASPCA Animal Poison Control...

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Ways To Help Breed Rescuers

Without Adopting a Dog or Fostering a Dog! There are so many ways to help, even if you don't have the time, resources, or space to adopt a dog yourself. Check out the list below to see if you can help in one or more ways. Can you... Transport a dog? Donate MONEY?...

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Handling Ear Infections

What most pet owners and many veterinarians overlook is that an ear infection is quite often secondary to another, primary problem. Most often that primary problem is allergic reaction (usually a food allergy or inhalant allergic reaction) that creates...

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Tennis Ball Safety Concerns

Everyone loves the pictures of dogs holding multiple tennis balls in their mouths, or to watch their dog “fetch the ball.” DID YOU KNOW THAT TENNIS BALLS CAN BE FATAL TO DOGS? Locally, more than 100 dogs a year die as a result of getting a tennis ball stuck in their...

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The Wrath of Grapes

by Charlotte Means, D.V.M Magoo was a big, playful Labrador retriever who often got himself into some sticky situations. Usually, his escapades were harmless. But one day, he managed to snag a box of raisins from the pantry and ended up eating an entire pound of the...

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A Message from Tracy and Malibu

USE OUR CELLPHONES TO HELP ONE ANOTHER... When your dog is attacked or embroiled in a fight, time becomes meaningless.  All you can do is react to protect your animal. But we are rarely alone when these things happen, especially at the dog park. It is our job, as...

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