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Off-market listings inherently limit how many people know a home is available, but Narodny said his goal is to double or triple the number of homes for sale in an area by making it faster and easier to list homes. Aalto, which started in San Francisco and Marin and now operates in several surrounding Bay Area counties, also provides a financial incentive: it undercuts traditional 3% Realtor fees by charging a 1% commission.
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The Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society is a nonprofit serving the people and animals of our community by providing life-saving programs for cats and dogs, cultivating compassion, and strengthening the human-animal bond.
This family-owned, women-run boba shop serves absolutely delicious boba teas, which are worth a visit in and of themselves. But they also have a solid food selection including fresh Onigiris, popcorn chicken, sandwiches, fries, and of course corn dogs. The dogs are filled with cheese, with the option to add Kurobata pork sausage inside. The panko coating gives them a delicious satisfying crunch, and you can ask to have them rolled in sugar.
This spot in Berkeley has a quite impressive corn dog selection (they are corn dogs, not hot dogs, despite the name). Your dog can contain ingredients including premium beef, cheddar and sausage, mozzarella, pepper jack, and more. Then top it off with things including squid ink batter, sweet potato crust, hot cheetos, and a spicy batter option!
This spot in Cupertino is part of a chain with locations across California and the western US. Their menu includes fillings such as charcoal-grilled hot dogs, rice cake, mozzarella, cheddar, and premium sausage. Try them with toppings such as potato, spicy sweet potato, squid ink, and of course panko.
We train and place fully trained service dogs with approved persons living with a disability. Our training practices are held to a high standard, such as the standards held by Assistance Dogs International (A.D.I.). In fact, we are an now an ADI Accredited organization! These standards not only ensure a higher level of assistance for the disabled party, but guarantees a high quality of life for the dog, and provides safety to others in our community.
Sorry, but the Bay Area Renaissance Festival only allows dogs. Whether you have a big dog or small dog, you may bring your dog as long as they are 6 months or older. We do not allow patrons to bring their pet chicken, bird, snake, cat, monkey, turtle, or any other type of animal outside of a dog (please see policy below about bringing your dog.
Displaying, in the work or entertainment area, pictures, objects, cartoons, pornographic magazines, or representations of any action or subject which is sexual in nature, depicting nude, scantily clad or suggestively posed women or men and which can be perceived as offensive;
Patrons over 21 years old are permitted to smoke cigarettes. You may NOT smoke in pubs, enclosed buildings, vendor booths and seating areas near stages. If you have any questions, please call 1-800-601-4848.
At Family Dog Rescue, we rescue dogs of all breeds, backgrounds, and personalities from California and Mexico. We provide care, medical treatment and behavioral assessment before finding them the loving homes and second chance they all deserve.
With one of the largest selections of cats and dogs in the Bay Area, this place is a one-stop shop for adoption, veterinary and behavioral services. Check out the newest adoptable animals through the SPCA Webcams on its website.
Family Dog Rescue is all about caring for dogs who need a second chance. As a shelter and foster program, this rescue takes in dogs of all kinds, including street dogs and dogs with disabilities, and provides them with medical care and behavioral analysis.
Senior dogs typically have the hardest time getting adopted, so Muttville has taken on the mission of caring for senior dogs and finding them homes. A perfect place for senior humans to adopt, who might not have the energy to care for a puppy.
International Paw Angels works with animal rescuers in China that save cats and dogs from the streets and slaughterhouses. Your donations go towards rescuing and transporting the animals from China to the US to be adopted into their forever homes.
Fostering is a vital part of the process of giving a rescue a second chance. For many dogs it is the place where they learn to feel safe and secure. It is also a very rewarding experience for the foster parent. In the words of one of our volunteers:
The San Francisco Chihuahua Meetup is a fantastic group of people and their amazing Chihuahuas, chi-mixes and small dogs!!! Join people that come out every month to celebrate these amazing little dogs!
Seal Point park seriously has it all. You can run for miles with your pup, have them play at the dog park, or head over to the Coyote Point Recreation area where there are more trees & you feel more like you are hiking.
The dogs here are all very well behaved in my experience and the owners pick up after them. That makes it not really one of the best dog friendly hikes in the Bay Area but a definitely a dog friendly beach stroll ?
*The Complete Groom package includes a bath package and haircut of choice limited by the condition of coat, skin, behavior, and age of the dog. ** Matted dogs will only be brushed if the groomer deems it safe. Most matting is already too tight to safely brush out.
What more could you want? Reviewers say this coffee shop offers a wide selection of coffees, teas and chocolates as well as a treat to all the doggie neighborhood regulars. The resident bulldog says visiting dogs are always welcome, too.
This trail is great for an easy, family-friendly hike. The 1.2-mile trail has a waterfall and allows leashed dogs. The trail itself sits inside of the larger 498-acre park which offers a large variety of wildlife and is a prime bird-watching spot.
Andrew Borgschulte is a healthcare marketer by day who loves dogs, all things sports and is obsessed with golf. He resides in the DC area and spends his free time with his two wonderful dogs, Magnus and Clara.
California may be synonymous with the likes of Hollywood (Los Angeles), beaches (San Diego/Santa Barbara) or even Silicon valley and the Golden Gate Bridge (San Francisco Bay Area), but its beauty undoubtedly lies in its various small towns (that are also excellent winter destinations BTW). Most of these towns welcome dogs with pet friendly accommodations, restaurants and activities. These towns are perfect escapes from city life for dog friendly getaways or those looking for road trips with dogs from San Francisco.
You can indulge yourself (and your pup) a little by staying at the Stanford Inn (home to the famous restaurant Ravens where dogs can dine inside the dining hall!) or Little River Inn, one of the best dog friendly hotels in Mendocino with a dog friendly dining room that can reserved or Heritage House Resort and Spa (luxury resort to pamper your doggo) or the ever dependable Holiday Inn Express in the Fort Bragg area where we stayed during our visit to Fort Bragg for whale watching (which was also a dog friendly experience).
Being close to Anderson Valley, one of the premium California wine regions that is home to lush California Pinot Noirs, Mendocino is blessed with wineries at Boonville and Yorkville in Anderson county and those in the upper Russian River Valley around Ukiah, Redwood Valley, Hopland and Potter Valley, many of which welcome dogs.
Beautiful beaches at Fort Bragg, riding the skunk train through the Redwoods with your dog and canoeing in the Big River are some of the other things to keep you and your pup happy during your dog friendly vacation. Finally, do not give Point Cabrillo lighthouse a miss since it is that one rare lighthouse that welcomes dogs to its lower level. The coastal route from Mendocino to San Francisco is also another scenic route filled with beautiful pit stops that you must not miss!
Everyone heading to Napa valley is unfailingly seduced by the glamour of rolling vineyards in St. Helena, Yountville and Healdsburg and so few end up going further north to the sleepy little town of Calistoga. Once a mere rural town filled with farmland, Calistoga is figuratively and literally a hot spot now, thanks to all the spas and mud bath facilities here owing to considerable geothermal action in this area.
We stayed at a the charming Courtwood Inn B&B over the weekend with Babu and explored downtown Murphys, which is simply Main street that has tons of wine tasting rooms and restaurants that welcome dogs.
Besides wine tasting, you can either go for a stroll in Murphys community park (a pleasant gurgling brook runs through it) or hike the 17.5 mile long Arnold Rim trail, which is a popular trail in Calaveras county and has dog friendly trails. Simply put, this low key town is simply perfect for a weekend break with dogs.
Santa Cruz is that one mix of hippie yoga meets beach town that is characteristic California, but there is so much more to this place than what meets the eye. A lot of Bay Area folks throng to Santa Cruz for its crowded AF boardwalk (dogs not allowed and too noisy to go anyway) or stay in one of the noisy and pricey hotels overlooking the beach. However, this town has a different side to it as well and one that is incredibly dog friendly and serene.
Santa Cruz is home to the coastal redwoods, one of the tallest trees on earth and you can totally embrace their beauty by staying at the nearby town of Bonny Doon in a beautiful dog friendly B&B in the heart of the redwoods. Hidden beaches with nary a person in sight, close proximity to Santa Cruz downtown, lots of dog friendly restaurants (one of them even has a menu specially for dogs) and a hike through the Redwoods (with dog friendly trails) makes Santa Cruz a great dog friendly getaway spot! 041b061a72