Guide to Dog-Friendly Places in Sonoma County

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Guide to Dog-Friendly Places in Sonoma County

Sonoma County Regional Parks allows leashed (six feet or less) and licensed dogs at all parks. Keep clicking through the gallery to see where else you can take your dog in Sonoma County.

Guide to Dog-Friendly Places in Sonoma County

All dog owners know the struggle of having a fluffy companion that is rejected in many public plavces. There are 20 places in Sonoma County that are dog friendly, to be enjoyed by you and your pup. 1. Portuguese Beach. (Mark Aronoff / Press Democrat)

Guide to Dog-Friendly Places in Sonoma County

Sonoma County Regional Parks on Bodega Bay allow leashed (six feet or less) and licensed dogs at all parks. (JOHN BURGESS / The Press Democrat)

Guide to Dog-Friendly Places in Sonoma County

Kunde Vineyards in Kenwood. (Courtesy / Kunde Estate Winery and Vineyards)

Guide to Dog-Friendly Places in Sonoma County

All of the trails at The Sea Ranch. (Christopher Chung / The Press Democrat)

Guide to Dog-Friendly Places in Sonoma County

Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn and Spa in Sonoma. (John Burgess / The Press Democrat)

Guide to Dog-Friendly Places in Sonoma County

Mutt Lynch Winery in Windsor. (John Burgess / The Press Democrat)

Guide to Dog-Friendly Places in Sonoma County
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Helen Putnam Park in Petaluma. (Jenna Fischer / The Press Democrat)

Guide to Dog-Friendly Places in Sonoma County

Doran Regional Park on the Sonoma Coast allows leashed (six feet or less) and licensed dogs. (Christopher Chung / The Press Democrat)

Guide to Dog-Friendly Places in Sonoma County

Hood Mountain Trail in Hood Mountain Regional Park in Santa Rosa. (Christopher Chung / The Press Democrat)

Guide to Dog-Friendly Places in Sonoma County

Wright's Beach Campground on the Sonoma Coast. (JOHN BURGESS / The Press Democrat)

Guide to Dog-Friendly Places in Sonoma County

Dawn Ranch Lodge in Guerneville. (John Burgess / The Press Democrat)

Guide to Dog-Friendly Places in Sonoma County

The Barlow in Sebastopol. (John Burgess / The Press Democrat)

Guide to Dog-Friendly Places in Sonoma County

The Jack London State Historic Park: leashed and licensed dogs are allowed only on the Wolf trail or 1-mile circuit in Beauty Ranch. (Photo: Erik Castro/ for The Press Democrat)

Guide to Dog-Friendly Places in Sonoma County

Larson Family Winery in Sonoma. (John Burgess / The Press Democrat)

Guide to Dog-Friendly Places in Sonoma County

Sea Ranch Lodge in The Sea Ranch. (Chris Hardy/ The Press Democrat)

Guide to Dog-Friendly Places in Sonoma County

Flamingo Conference Resort & Spa in Santa Rosa. (Jeremy Portje / The Press Democrat)

Guide to Dog-Friendly Places in Sonoma County

Monte Rio Community Beach on the Russian River. (Kent Porter / The Press Democrat)

Guide to Dog-Friendly Places in Sonoma County

The Olea Hotel in Glen Ellen. (PD File)

Guide to Dog-Friendly Places in Sonoma County

The Hotel Petaluma on Washington St. in Petaluma. (John Burgess / The Press Democrat)

Guide to Dog-Friendly Places in Sonoma County

Swede's Feeds in Kenwood. (John Burgess / The Press Democrat)

Love to explore and travel, but don’t know if the pup can go, too?

See the gallery above for different dog-friendly spots in Sonoma County with four sections: beaches and parks, shopping, wineries and hotels and inns. Did we miss any places? Let us know in the comments.

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