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Pet-Friendly Joshua Tree

Pet Sitting & Grooming:
 Joshua Tree Pet Resort (formerly Quality Pet Sitting), Joshua Tree, www.jtpetresort.com / 760-366-3050
Grand Paw Pet Resort (boarding & training), Indio, 
thegrandpaw.com / 760-398-9900
Posh Pooch Salon, Yucca Valley, 
theposhpoochsalon.com / 760-369-0528
Sandy Paws Pet Grooming, Yucca Valley, 
sandypawsgrooming.org / 760-228-1233

Dog Trainer:
Tabitha Davies, Coachella Valley
www.cvdogclub.com / 760-987-4882

Pet-Friendly Lodging:
• Thunderbird Lodge Retreat, Yucca Valley,
thunderbirdlodgeretreat.com / 760-408-0768
Ace Hotel & Swim Club, Palm Springs, 
Black Rock Campground, Yucca Valley, 
Desert Hot Springs Inn(with dog swimming pool), Desert Hot Springs, 
Mojave Sands Motel, Joshua Tree, 
The Green Acres Ranch, Joshua Tree, 

Restaurants With Dog-Friendly Patios:
Café Ma Rouge
 (coffee house), Yucca Valley, 
www.marouge.net / 760-365-4100
Pie for the People (pizza), Joshua Tree, 
pieforthepeople.com / 760-366-0400
Sherman’s Deli & Bakery (Jewish deli), Palm Springs, 
www.shermansdeli.com / 760-325-1199
Sidewinder Grill (diner), Desert Hot Springs, 
The Natural Sisters Café (healthy food), Joshua Tree, 
The Rib Company (barbeque), 29 Palms, 
theribco.com / 760-367-1663

Pet Supplies:
Cowboy Corral (feed & Western wear), Yucca Valley, 
cowboycorral101.com / 760-365-7582
Pets Plus (pet food & supplies), Yucca Valley, 

Vet Care:
Animal Samaritans Vet Clinic, Thousand Palms, 
animalsamaritans.org / 760-343-3477 x3
Companion Animal Clinic, Yucca Valley, 
VCA Animal Hospital, Yucca Valley, 
Mirona Petrus DVM/Large Animal Ambulatory Vet, Joshua Tree, 

Other Activities:
Palm Springs Dog Park,
Palm Springs at 222 Civic Drive North
South Side Neighborhood Dog Park,
Yucca Valley at Joshua Lane & Warren Vista Avenue

Joshua Tree National Park:
Popular with rock climbers and hikers, the Joshua Tree National Park attracts roughly 1.5 million visitors each year from around the world. The 794,000-acre park (slightly larger than the state of Rhode Island) was declared a U.S. National Park in 1994. This ecological wonder is located between the Mojave and the Colorado deserts and features striking rock formations, dramatic desert vegetation, and abundant wildlife. Dogs are permitted in the park and can be walked on roads, but not on hiking trails. They are permitted on leash up to 100 yards from the road and there are plenty of small dirt roads away from traffic. The Visitor’s Center is in 29 Palms (www.nps.gov/jotr / 760-367-5500).