The Original Rescue Dog Hike, read the reviews! We hike with multiple dogs that are up for adoption right now! We'll set off from West Hollywood and hike up Runyon Canyon with new friends: a jovial pack of rescue dogs. Along with exercising and socializing these dogs, you'll help us take photos of them to publicize their cases. As we hike, we'll photograph the pack in Hollywood-centric locations. Your photos will be used to help bring in donations for the pups' care and generate adoption interest. Along the way we will have great views, including of the Hollywood sign, and perhaps a celebrity sighting! Note that your payment for this Experience is a donation to the Animal Welfare Non-Profit, helping pay for the care of the very dogs you will be walking! Lonely Planet wrote about our Experience: https://www.lonelyplanet.com/news/2018/01/03/hike-runyon-canyon-with-rescue-dogs/ Videos of this Experience: vimeo.com/252904686 vimeo.com/252904550 vimeo.com/252904466 Visiting San Diego? We offer a similar Experience in San Diego, California: https://www.airbnb.com/experiences/207388
Meet the dogs
These playful pups will herd you to the top and increase your heart rate—because they’re cute and they like to run. They may stop and lick innocent bystanders in exchange for a belly rub, and will make you fall in love (with them and the views).
Free Animal Doctor
Free Animal Doctor helps individuals and organizations raise money for animals when they cannot afford some or all of the money needed for their care. We provide a secure crowdfunding platform, where all donations are paid to the veterinarian. www.facebook.com/FreeAnimalDr
此為社會公益體驗，您參加體驗所支付的費用會全數捐給Free Animal Doctor。
Runyon Canyon Park is a 160-acre park at the eastern end of the Santa Monica Mountains. It's a popular spot for hiking, especially among celebrities and dog lovers. At the top there are great views from the Hollywood Sign to the beach!
We will be in direct sun, bring sunscreen & other protective wear. There are no bathrooms in Runyon Canyon. Your friendly dog is welcome to join us! Please note that street parking is very difficult.