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Pet-Friendly Senior Living in Sacramento

If you are a senior pet owner living in Sacramento, there are dozens of attractions and events throughout the city that welcome your furry and feathered friends. Treat yourself and your pet to gourmet cuisine, go for a romp in your neighborhood dog park, or meet new friends at local conventions and competitions.

Pet-friendly communities for Sacramento retirees

Many of us consider our pet to be a part of the family. These days, more and more seniors are looking for retirement communities that welcome their four-legged friends. Sacramento is home to dozens of pet-friendly senior living communities, but each establishment has its own rules and regulations when it comes to animal companions.

Park Place is a senior apartment complex that offers independent living options for older adults. Residents are allowed to keep cats and dogs under 20 pounds with the one-time payment of a pet deposit. Eskaton Senior Living communities, on the other hand, welcome all companion animals and even sponsor on-site adoption events for seniors who are interested in gaining a furry friend. Sunrise Senior Living locations in Sacramento and the surrounding area also allow residents to keep pets, while those who are unable to provide care for an animal can enjoy the company of Sunrise’s resident cats and dogs.

Dining, shopping and sightseeing with your pet

If you and your pup love exploring the great outdoors, you can head down to one of Sacramento’s off-leash dog parks to have some fun in the sun. Some dog parks include separate play areas for large and small dogs to ensure that your pal stays safe as they socialize. The historic American River Parkway also allows pets to accompany owners on picnics, tours, nature hikes, and even carriage rides.

Many outdoor shopping areas and dining venues with patios allow furry friends to accompany patrons. There’s no need to leave your pup at home when you go out for a family meal at restaurants such as Cafe Bernardo or the Lido Bar and Grill, which serves home cooked meals for people as well as tasty snacks for their pets. You can also find baked goods, cakes and other treats for your pooch by stopping at one of Sacramento’s specialty dog bakeries.

A day out for you and your pet

Every April, dog owners across Sacramento get the chance to show off their pup’s skills at the annual Sacramento Kennel Club Dog Show. You can compete for awards and learn more about canine care from some of California’s top dog experts. This show is one of the longest-standing in the United States, running for almost 100 years to date. Proceeds are used to help support local dog shelters and to promote pet adoptions.

The Sacramento SPCA Doggy Dash is another annual fundraising event that helps out the thousands of animals cared for by the Sacramento branch of the SPCA. Bring your best bud and enjoy a fun day out knowing that you’re contributing to a good cause. You and your pup can participate in games and contests, enjoy unique cuisine from local food trucks, and even watch pug races.

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