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Dog Friendly Breweries in the South Bay

Shima 0 comments 11.07.2016

Below are some Los Angeles and South Bay local dog-friendly breweries.

If you know of any that I missed, feel free to share in the comment section below.


Monkish Brewing Co.

20311 S. Western Ave.

Torrance, CA 90501


Beachwood Brewing & BBQ

 210 E. 3rd St.

Long Beach, CA 90802

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Beer Belly

 532 S. Western Ave.

Los Angeles, CA 90020


Smog City Brewing Co

1901 Del Amo Blvd
Ste B
Torrance, CA 90501


The Dudes’ Brewing

1840 W 208th St
Torrance, CA 90501


Strand Brewing

2201 Dominguez St
Torrance, CA 90501


Absolution Brewing

2878 Columbia St
Torrance, CA 90503


Brouwerij West

110 E 22nd St
Warehouse No. 9
Los Angeles, CA 90731

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Dog Friendly Park & Trails!

Shima 0 comments 07.07.2016


Nothing beats a great outdoor workout, except being able to have your dog join you!

Here are my favorite local dog friendly parks and trails in the South Bay!


Ocean Trails by Trump National Golf Course

1 Ocean Trails Dr.

 Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275

I love utilizing this trail because it reminds me how lucky I am to live in the SoCal! The views, breeze and friendly people are refreshing after a long day of work.


Del Cerro Park

2 Park Pl.

 Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275

I love this park! It's roomy, fun for my dog and has lots of hills which makes for a great workout. Only suggestion, watch out for the lizards!


Rosie's Dog Beach

1 Argonne Ave.

 Long Beach, CA, US 90803

This dog beach allows your fur-friend to run loose and free of worry!


Redondo Beach Dog Park

190 Flagler Ln. 

Redondo Beach, CA 90278

Another great place for your dog to run free and play with local dogs in the community!


Huntington Dog Beach

100 Goldenwest Street

Huntington Beach, CA 92648

This beach is crystal clear and filled with dogs of all sizes! Such a fun place to spend the day with friends and your pups.


Wilson Park

2200 Crenshaw Blvd

Torrance, CA 90501

This beautiful park has long trails with plenty of shade and grassy fields. My only advice, watch for the squirrels and birds!


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All American Dog.

Shima 0 comments 27.06.2016


Did you know more dogs get lost on July 4th than any other day of the year?

Because of this, shelters see a dramatic increase in lost dogs which results in them having to put many dogs to sleep to make room for more.

As the 4th of July week of festivities comes close, keep your dog safe by following these simple tips.


Check that your dog’s collar is on a securely. The collar shouldn’t feel too tight, but also snug enough that it cannot fall off if caught.


Ensure that the information on your dog’s tag is up to date with a name, address and phone number so you can be reached easily if your dog gets curious and runs out to find the sound.


In addition to having a collar, microchip your dog. A microchip is a tiny transponder that carries your pet’s information which can be retrieved when scanned using radio frequency waves. This is the most secure form of assuring your dog is protected if lost, so they can quickly retain information and reunite you with your best friend again.


Take your dog for a nice walk, run, hike or play time prior.

Burning excess energy will eliminate any pent up stress, anxiety or nerves.


Do not fuel the anxiety. If your dog begins to panic due to the fireworks, do not carry more attention to the fear. Instead, turn on calming music or the TV to stimulate the mind and distract him from the alarming sounds and lights. Relaxmydog on iTunes will help put your pup to a deep sleep.


Hire a sitter or consider boarding. If you have plans to host or will be away from home, it may be best to leave your dog with a trusting friend or pet boarding center. Most boarding facilities, like Mission Underdog Group, keeps dogs secure in a warehouse where sounds are not as loud. This keeps your dog calm and less anxious all-around.

Plus, they will be playing with their fur-friends and will be too distracted to care about the fireworks.


Take a current photo of your dog in case he goes missing. 


Comfort your dog, if necessary. Although they say you shouldn't baby a dog who is afraid, sometimes all they need is love. 

Have a safe 4th of July week ahead and remember to take time out to prepare for your dog's needs as well.