Pack Walks In Los Angeles
Pack Walk Highlights
All breeds welcome
All dog lovers welcome (with or without a dog)
Get out, active, & social with your dog
Hiking locations throughout Los Angeles
Lead by certified dog and fitness trainer, Tracy James
Pack Walk Locations Include
The locations our pack regularly frequent span far and wide in and around the Los Angeles area.
Pack walks are typically Saturday or Sunday morning and Sunday afternoon. They are scheduled according to the sunrise and set so we avoid the heat of the day. This means the start times vary based on the season.
SO, if you can’t make the next pack walk hopefully you can attend a future one. Subscribe to my mailing list and follow me online so you don’t miss the next one!
Here are just a few of the parks and trails our pack walk enjoys on a regular basis:
Next Pack Walk Information
📍 Griffith Park — Old Los Angeles Zoo (Trail)
🚗 Free Parking throughout the park
❌ We’ll meet at the southwest corner of Merry Go Round Parking Lot One -MAP-
➡️ Moderate intensity 2-3 mile loop
**COVID19 Update** Face-covering over nose & mouth for humans & 6 ft social distance required for all
Pack Walk Policies
Face-covering over nose & mouth for humans & 6 ft social distance required for all
Dogs must be on a 6 foot standard leash
**No retractable leashes or slip collars**
No dog needed to join us. Anyone who loves dogs is welcome to attend!
Always bring water for you AND your dog (don’t forget a bowl)
All dog breeds welcome
One dog per person
Dogs must be 6 months or older
All dogs must be current on their vaccines (DHPP, Bordetella and Rabies)
Ask each dog’s owner if you can approach BEFORE approaching
Have a DINOS, Dog In Need of Space? The pack walks follow the Yellow Dog Project. I will have yellow ribbons available for anyone who wants one! Find out more at https://dogsinneedofspace.com/
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What People Are Saying
I thought my one-year-old Australian Cattle Dog (a rescue dog) might be un-trainable because he wouldn’t respond to treats. Tracy gave me some guidance as to what treats to try and how to use them. Teddy is wrapping up his basic training class and has come a long way in just six weeks. He responds to seven commands that Tracy has instructed us on how to use, and I am sure he will be able to learn new commands easily as I continue to challenge him. I recommend Tracy and the Feet and Paws classes to anyone who has a new pet.
Tracy was well prepared, understanding, and considerate towards the individual dogs’ needs. Additionally, I appreciated how she was actively responsible and looked after our pack on the trail. She would politely notify people who off-leashed their dogs (of unknown disposition and training) that some of our dogs may not react well. I felt Tracy would be good at managing bad situations should they arise, and would trust her to keep the pack safe. Thank you, Tracy!
My dog and I go on Feet and Paws’ pack walks! We always have so much fun and Tracy is a wealth of knowledge about dogs and fitness!
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