Dogs in public (except at the dog park) must always be leashed
Even if your dog is trained and trustworthy, you must have him leashed. Redlands has a leash law, but it's also a courtesy to others, and it's for your dog's own protection. It's also mandatory in Redlands to have your dogs licensed. You can do this at city offices at 35 Cajon St.
During summertime, leave your dog at home
Dogs can die if left in a hot car, even with windows cracked. Although circumstances can mean some leeway here, it's a good idea to consider 70 degrees outside the upper limit of when you can leave a pet in a vehicle without air conditioning. A new law, introduced by Redlands' Assemblyman Marc Steinorth, gives concerned citizens permission to rescue dogs in immediate danger in hot cars.
Redlands streets get too hot
If it's too hot for your bare feet, it will burn paws. Wait until the sun sets, or walk them where is a cool surface, like a grassy park. There are also booties available with rubber soles, and they come in all sizes.
Dogs are not allowed at Market Night or the Bowl
Dogs are also prohibited at Hillside Cemetery, public soccer fields (including school grounds) or at any Redlands parade.
Source: Lorin Grow, owner of Furry Face in Redlands