Pooches on Fillmore St.
Reading in Margret S. Hayward playground.
Zephyr Realty uploaded this quaint video piece about the Sunset district and delve into the history of the beach town slightly, while trying to over sell the 4th district as a bustling hip spot to live to future residential hopefulls. Although I know they are just trying to market the houses they are dealing out here in the western side of the city Do you agree with how they portray our beloved neighborhood? Do you feel like this is how you would describe the Sunset
Let me know in the comment section below.
I grew up with a beautiful Shiba Inu named Ceaser since I was 8 years old, and for more than half of my life I was expected to walk the dog. This didn’t change when my parents decided to take a trip to Tahoe and thrust upon me the responsibilities drop of lil Ceaser for the week, forcing myself to look into the Sunset districts open public parks for our four legged comrades.
( Ceaser Leal and I sharing a moment)
Too my displeasure though I have come to find out that the sunset only offers 2 places in the district for dogs to live freely, without the pressure and stern looks from San Francisco’s Parks and Recreations for bending their superficial on leash boundaries.
Although the sunset offers many public parks such as West Sunset Playground, McCoppin Square, The outer Sunset Parklets, all but two have rules either forcing dogs onto leashes or turning them away entirely.
(West Sunset Public Park offers room for Human puppies, but not for the real deal)
This discern for the many in San Francisco that like to offer their pets some leg room in a crowded city has forced dog owners to get their pets paws dirty by using the stretch of Ocean Beach along side Pacific Coast highway as their own puppy play ground.
(Melissa Jones and her pup shadow aren’t offered the proper facilities to dispose of doggy waste on Ocean Beach)
The two public areas for dogs to thrive in are Stern Grove park off of Sloat Boulevard and the Sunset Reservoir loop around Pacheco and 27th. A slim number compared to the numerous open spaces offered to the public.
The dog discrimination should be evaluated in the fourth district. Being forced to get my dog sandy at the beach isn’t ideal and I feel discriminated in a city so open as San Francisco.