Two Hands Four Paws signWelcome to sunny Los Angeles!

Living in this area offers a diverse tapestry of experiences that cater to various lifestyles and interests. Whether you're a food enthusiast, outdoor adventurer, culture seeker, or simply someone who enjoys the eclectic city vibes  Los Angeles has something for everyone.

Living Environment:
Los Angeles offers a dynamic blend of lifestyles, from the laid-back coastal vibes of Santa Monica, the South Bay beach cities, and Malibu, to the bustling energy of Downtown LA. It's a city that thrives on diversity, creativity, innovation, and a pet-centric lifestyle. 

Indoor Activities:
Here you’ll find world-class museums the Getty Center, Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, The Broad, and Hammer Museum. Schools such as Artcenter College of Design, California Institute of the Arts, and Otis College of Art and Design turn out leading industry artists. For a fun and fully immersive experience, you have to check out Escape Room LA. Even with our great weather the indoor scene in Los Angeles offers endless opportunities for exploration and enrichment. 

Outdoor Activities:Doberman, bichon and Leslie at the beach
Embrace the sunny California weather with outdoor adventures such as hiking at Fryman Canyon for stunning views of the cityscape, or spend a day relaxing at iconic beaches like Zuma, Malibu, Santa Monica, Venice, Manhattan, Hermosa, and Redondo. Sail out of Marina Del Rey. Visit the Queen Mary in Long Beach. Bundle up and enjoy the Rose Bowl Parade in Pasadena!

Favorite Restaurants:
Los Angeles boasts a plethora of culinary delights, ranging fromOutdoor seating at a restaurant gourmet eateries to hole-in-the-wall gems. For a taste of local favorites, explore renowned spots like Grand Central Market where you can indulge in a variety of cuisines under one roof, or savor authentic Mexican flavors at Guelaguetza. L.A.’s Chinatown is large and famous (“Forget it, Jake. It’s Chinatown.”) We have two Japantowns, a destination Koreatown, and seafood restaurants up and down the coast. Vegetarian and Vegan food is everywhere. There’s also Persian food in Westwood, Thai Town in Hollywood, the Little Ethiopian neighborhood in mid-city, and world-class Asian cuisine all over the San Gabriel Valley. Bon appetit!

Well-Known Attractions:
Los Angeles is synonymous with Hollywood glamour, home to famous landmarks like the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the Griffith Observatory, and the legendary Disneyland Resort. Additionally, explore the diverse ecosystems of the Huntington Botanical Gardens, or find your own patch of serenity in the sprawling green spaces of Griffith Park.

Sports at all Levels:
The Los Angeles area is famous for sports, for all participants, at all levels, indoors and out. Hikers hit Runyon Canyon and the Santa Monica Mountains. Cyclists roll out on road, dirt, and gravel. Beach Volleyball is centered in Manhattan Beach. Soccer leagues fill the San Fernando Valley. Surfers ride First Point in Malibu. You can really ski at Big Bear in the morning and be on Dockweiler Beach in the afternoon. Swim in Olympic-sized pools, golf on world-class courses, deepen your yoga practice, or train at a nearby gym. There are over 1700 amateur clubs and leagues here!  If you like sports, our year-round sunshine makes L.A. the place for you!

Do You Like Good Music? (Yeah, yeah!):
No matter how obscure your musical preferences, you can find your groove in one of the many diverse Los Angeles live-music venues: The world-famous Hollywood Bowl, El Rey Theatre, Vibrato Jazz Grill, Staples Center, Wiltern, Ace Hotel, Hollywood Palladium, Walt Disney Concert Hall, Club Nokia, Echoplex, Greek Theater, Fonda Theater, Catalina Jazz Club, OrpheumTroubadour, Amoeba Music - and we’re just getting started. If you love live music this is the place!

Proximity to Notable Destinations:small dog using wheelchair at the beach Within a few hours' drive, you can escape to scenic destinations like the picturesque beaches of Ventura and Santa Barbara. Close-by there is San Luis Obispo and Cal Poly to the north, and San Diego and Laguna Beach to the south. You’re just three hours from the otherworldly landscape of Joshua Tree, Palm Springs, or the magnificence of the Sequoia National Park. There is a lot to love about Los Angeles and the surrounding area. And when you’ve really got to get away, four international airports will let you jet to anywhere in the world!