Be safe Be aware Be as good as your Dog thinks you are!
We hope to provide viable and current information concerning you and your dog. This information is provided by various sources and is intended to be general in nature. The source and authority of the information may be posted.
If you have information that may be useful please send it to us.
We must acknowledge the Public Works, Parks Department employees that made a extraordinary effort on maintenance at the Dog Park during the recent City shut down. They worked with the Friends volunteers and jointly addressed leveling, weeds, placement of mulch and dirt, overgrown foliage issues and general maintenance.
With reduced City personnel and other responsibilities for all the other parks and parkettes, they did an outstanding job in making the Dog Park look great!
Clearly Dominguez Park and specifically the Dog Park is one of the most utilized park in the South Bay.
We wish to specifically acknowledge Parks Department workers Alberto Alejandre (Supervisor), Enry Magana and Luis Sevilla for their commitment to the dogs and patrons of the Redondo Beach Dog Park.
If you like the improvements do not hesitate to let your City representatives and City Managers Know.
Almost all Cities and jurisdiction have a leash law. You should be aware that they may be specific as to the the length of the leash in order to constitute being "on leash." This is usually 5 or 6 feet. The the use of the extended long leashes that extended beyond the law may mean you could be cited. Most trainers will tell you that although the extended leashes seem to be okay remember that the farther the dog is away from you the less control you have over the dog and the situation.
The Redondo Beach Dog Park Bulletin Board is located adjacent to the entrance to the large dog park along the park path. It is for the posting of notices, information, goods and services, activities and advertisements of interest to canine owners. Due to limited space, postings are limited to one posting per person, entity , business or activity. The size of posting shall not exceed 8 1/2 by 11 inches. Multiple postings of notices such as announcements, posters, postcards or business cards shall be stacked.
RB Dog Park reserves the right to remove any posting that is outdated, inappropriate, unrelated or advertises illegal activity.
The Bulletin Board was refurbished by
Girl Scout Troop 4045.
Troop Leader Mary Athans-Bartlet
Crew: Elena Bartlett, Jazlyn Seidel, and Renee Ventura.
Construction Overseer Davis Vargas
It is imperative that anyone with a pet or those who work with pets as a business be trained in Pet First Aid and CPR! You should ensure that any Pet professional you employ have this training. A Pet First Aid kit should be readily available. The American Red Cross has a free phone App that is clear and concise. You can refer to this App for routine and emergency direction. It is a guide for minor injuries and is not to be substituted for veterinary advice or care.
It would be safe to say that all dogs are required to have a dog license no matter where you live. This ensures that your dog is vaccinated and registered in case you and your dog are separated. Check to see if your county or City gives a discount to seniors and those with Service Dogs.