Community Pack Walks

We are a group of people honoring our dogs’ and each other’s need for space, calm and physically distanced socialization. We walk together at a distance of ten feet, or more if needed, to keep our dogs comfortable and safe. Dogs never meet on our pack walks.

 

Some of our dogs are scared. Some are shy. Some are reactive. Some are friendly, but learning how to be calm around others. We maintain these rules on our walks: a minimum of ten feet from others (unless dogs are together), one dog per handler, a six-foot or shorter leash (no retractables, please) and NO dog intros. It is everyone’s responsibility to keep their dogs safe and safely under control. If you can follow our rules, you are welcome to join us. Please feel free to use a muzzle if your dog would benefit from it. If you’re not sure if your dog would do well at a pack walk, please message us for more information. 

Right now we have two weekly pack walks: Wednesday evenings at 6:30 at Long Beach exchange and Saturday mornings at 9 AM at Colorado Lagoon. We occasionally add other walks too. Please check the link in our bio for our pack work schedule, which is updated every week on Sundays. See you out on the trails!

Pack Walk Schedule

  • Wednesday Evening Community Pack Walk
    Wednesday Evening Community Pack Walk
    May 19, 6:30 PM
    Long Beach Exchange Retail, 4069 N Lakewood Blvd, Long Beach, CA 90808, USA
    Wednesday evening's pack walk begins at 6:30 PM at LBX (Long Beach Exchange) at the corner of Worsham Ave and McGowen.
  • Saturday Community Pack Walk at Colorado Lagoon
    Saturday Community Pack Walk at Colorado Lagoon
    May 30, 9:00 AM
    Alamitos Heights Park, 5101 E Vermont St, Long Beach, CA 90814
    Our Saturday pack walk starts at 9 am at the corner of Orlena and East Colorado in Long Beach
  • The Urban Dog Management Workshop  (1)
    May 30, 10:15 AM – 2:15 PM
    Long Beach, 5101 E Vermont St, Long Beach, CA 90814, USA
    The URBAN DOG program is a free community-run workshop that provides guidance for people navigating the challenges of living in urban environments with their dogs.