Raising K9 3715 Farquhar Ave, Los Alamitos, CA90720 Raising K9 was founded by Barbara Adler, a dog trainer. Some of the dog training services available include…More rehabilitation, training for incessant barking and leash aggression. Other pet services include training camps, day care and "yappy hour," a social networking event hosted at a private off leash park.
Mustard's 3630 Katella Ave, Los Alamitos, CA90720 Mustard's is a Chicago-style eatery featuring Vienna 100 percent hot dogs. It claims to serve the dog that made Chicago…More famous. Toppings range from the classic chili and cheese to sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, hot peppers, and tomatoes. The restaurant also serves sandwiches, burgers, and salads. Mustard's offers more of cozy "Cheers" kind of ambiance that is missing in many large chain restaurants. The interior is filled with sports memorabilia, posters, and vinyl booths.
For Pet's Sake 10826 Los Alamitos Blvd, Los Alamitos, CA90720 Looking for someone to bathe and groom your dog ? Does your kitty have nails that need clipping? Or do you…More need a place to board your pet while you get away for the weekend? For Pet's Sake does just about everything for dogs or cats, short of medical treatment. For Pet's Sake also sells Advantage flea treatments and gift certificates.
Arbor Park 4665 Lampson Ave, Seal Beach, CA90740 Tucked away behind the WestEd building on Lampson Avenue, Arbor Park is popular with pooches and aviation enthusiasts,…More soccer players and baseball players alike. The large park offers a great deal of open space and borders the landing strip at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Any day of the week, model plane enthusiasts can be found flying miniature planes as the real military ones take-off and land on the other side of the fence. The grass area has room for several soccer fields with portable goals. There is also a baseball field and a dog park that is open to big and small dogs together.
Electric Avenue Greenbelt Electric Ave & Main St, Seal Beach, CA90740 The Electric Avenue Greenbelt rivals the pier for the heart of Seal Beach's Old Town. It intersects Main Street and…More features a long, winding path popular with strollers, speed-walkers, skateboarders and dog-walkers. With its smattering of trees, it is also a popular spot for picnickers, sunbathers and people who like to catch afternoon naps. The picnic pavilion at the end of the greenbelt at Ocean Avenue often plays host to birthday parties and celebrations. The park benches that line the walkway are memorial benches complete with plaques honoring the memories of Seal Beach residents with unique personal messages. The northwest portion of the greenbelt is home to the Seal Beach Senior Center, the Mary Wilson Library and the Red Car Museum, complete with the kind of bright red cable car that once whizzed up and down Electric Avenue, giving it its current name.