From the other side of "Garden of Companionship" you have a view of the pond. Sitting in the pond is a life size marble Seal from Carrara Italy.
Dogwood In Spring
Spring time at the Park shows off the many flowering trees and plants. In this picture you see a mature Dog Wood.
Memorial Pet Register
One of our most popular features, we invite all pet owners to visit the Park where they can see the "Memorial Pet Register" at the base of a Monument dedicated to those pets buried through the "Country Burials" Program.
"Foothill Garden", named in recognition of the over 300 pets re-located from the former Foothill Pet Cemetery, is for smaller pets weighting less than 30 lbs. It is enclosed amongst a variety of ornamental hedges and stately cypress trees.
St. Francis Garden
In our "St. Francis Garden", you may have your pet's cremains scattered over the lawn and surrounding area. Many pet owners choose this when they decide not to keep their pet's ashes.
Olive Tree Garden
Our "Olive Tree Garden" allows for pets of all types and sizes, with olive trees bordering one side, and native oaks and pines along the other.
Garden of Companionship
Within our "Garden of Companionship", we have many sections, including -- Gentle Giants (for large breeds), Champions, Kitty Kurve, and Mighty Midgets.
Our Upper Garden areas include from left to right "Valley View," "Garden of Memory," "Garden of Honor," Reserve Section and St. Francis Garden on the far right.
Garden of the Meadows
Our newest area, this garden hosts a year round running stream with two ponds featuring fountains.