Dog friendly high street shops
We all love shopping. OK, not everyone, but we all need a little retail therapy every now and again. But for those that own or borrow a dog shopping can often be a hassle: worrying how long you’ve been out, leaving your furry friend outside a shop or even leaving them at home. But did you know more and more high street shops are becoming dog friendly? We’ve pulled together a list of a few so fido can help you pick your new purchases and spend less time alone.
They've recently announced their stores are now dog friendly! If they're well behaved, of course (aren't they all?!)
White Stuff love pets and encourage owners to bring their dogs in shop. Get shopping!
We all deserve a pick me up and so does your favourite four-legged friend. So grab a coffee for you and a Puppuccino for them.
Who doesn’t love a gift from Oliver Bonas, and what better way to choose one with a doggy accompanying you.
Looking for a new book to read? Head to your closest Waterstones with your pooch in tow and discover a new novel.
Known for their fabulous prints and it’s even better that they’re dog friendly, head to your closest shop and let yourself (and your doggy) browse.
Most Apple stores are happy for well-behaved pups to peruse, so whether your visiting the geniuses or browsing for a new phone, bring your dog with you.
London’s favourite department store is not only pet friendly but your furry pal can browse the pet department too. Result.
Time to pick a new scarf or fancy trench, but not before your best furry friend’s approval.
Lush love animals, known for their cruelty free make-up, they’ll welcome your doggy with open arms.
With over five floors Liberty London should be your go-to department store, and especially as they’re dog friendly.
Another brilliant department store that welcomes your favourite dog in, grab your pooch and get going.
Fashion and dog lovers alike will be happy that Anthropologie is also dog friendly.
Selfridges (handbag dogs only)
Dogs are indeed welcome in Selfridges but they must be carried or popped into a bag. Sadly Great Dane and Labrador owners may have to give this one miss.
If you’re ever in doubt, ask each shop if they’re dog friendly, we wouldn’t want to step on anyone’s paws. And who knows one of your favourite shops might turn out to be dog friendly! So start drafting that shopping list, and remember to bring your owned or borrowed dog with you.