From CVS and Bevmo to Hot Italian and LowBrau, midtown Sacramento is a pretty dog-friendly place. We have a variety of parks, including a phenomenal dog park at Sutter’s Landing (28th and C), and plenty of dog-friendly rentals.
But ask anyone who lives in an apartment and works a full-time job, and they’ll tell you there’s ALWAYS room for improvement.
That’s because good dog owners see and treat their pets as treasured members of the family. They literally form a pack, and like any good pack, you want to be together as much as possible. If I could take my dog to the office, grocery story and drinks with the girls…I would (and on some lucky days, have). There’s nothing worse than coming home from a long day at work, taking your dogs on a quick walk and then leaving them behind while you run off to [fill in the blank]. It’s simply another symptom of this livability-millennial-work-life-balance paradigm we all seem to be running after.
Enter #MidtownSacDogs (Facebook, Twitter) – an informal, grassroots movement to support pet adoption and help make midtown Sacramento even more dog-friendly.
And we have our first official project – securing a dog park at 19th and Q.