Traveling Dogs

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Dog Friendly Spots

You can go down to Marina Bay Yacht Harbor at 1340 Marina Way So.  and start walking in either direction. Plus, your dog may find the steps down into the water in the grassy park near the Craneway Pavilion complex. Anh’s Vietnamese Kitchen allows dogs on the patio here, if you want to stop for one of their signature cocktails during Happy Hour or have lunch with your dog. Riggers Loft Wine Co. and East Brother Beer Co. on Canal Blvd. also welcome dogs while sipping and dining. In the Pt. Richmond neighborhood, Up & Under Pub & Grill and Brezo both have outdoor patios for dining with dogs

Your dog is lucky to arrive in Richmond with 32 miles of shoreline, much of which is the walkable San Francisco Bay Trail, and three great dog parks.

Service Dogs in Richmond

Your service dog is welcome at hotels, restaurants, government offices, events, shops, theaters, hospitals and anywhere the public is allowed to go. The City of Richmond, its nonprofits and businesses are in compliance with Title II and Title III of the ADA.  Read more.  

Dog Parks

Pt. Isabel Regional Shoreline located at 2701 Isabel St., is a wonderful dog park with 23 acres of trails and play area on the SF Bay and 2.5 miles of trails on the Bay Trail.  Beautiful panoramic vistas of the Bay Bride, Golden Gate Bride, Mt. Tamalpais and other landmarks in Marin Co.  A great place to let your dog swim or just walk and run the trails with you. Dog wash and Sit & Stay Café.

Miller Knox Regional Shoreline, located at 901 Dornan Rd in Pt. Richmond, sits on 307 acres with trails up to beautiful vistas, fishing, picnic areas and the Golden Gate Railroad Museum.

Dogs must be on leash and cannot go to Keller Beach. But dogs have fun with you in the water down at Ferry Point, where they have their own doggie water fountain.

Pt. Pinole Regional Shoreline, located at 5551 Giant Highway or 3000 Atlas Rd., has 2,315 acres of nature, trails and beaches. Dogs are allowed and even off leash as long as you leash your dog when approaching livestock who graze on the land. Fishing, especially for sturgeon, is abundant.  There is a shuttle to the fishing pier, but dogs are not allowed on the pier or shuttle. $2 fee per dog at park entrance, with service dogs free. 888-EBPARKS (888-327-2757), option 3, extension 4551

Pet Care

All Paws Holistic Veterinarian Clinic
249 Tewksbury Ave.
Richmond, CA 94801
(510) 232- 5303
Opens 9am

Richmond Veterinarian Hospital
4704 Macdonald Ave.
Richmond, CA 94805
(510) 232-3465
8am-12noon; 2-6pm
Website
(510) 235-2430

In case of emergency:
Open 24 hours
Pets Referral Center
Phone: (510) 548 – 6684
1048 University Ave, Berkeley, CA 94710

Pet Food
Bark Stix Inc.
240 So Garrard Blvd., Unit 1
Pt. Richmond, CA 94801

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