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Dog Walking in Aylesbury
If you’re looking for a great place to walk a dog in Aylesbury then you’re in luck as there is plenty of choice.
Covering over 325 hectares of land there are plenty of trails here to keep a dog sitter and pup in Aylesbury entertained. They have a cafe on site and a great little BBQ area so you’re covered whether you get hungry on your walk or want to spend the afternoon enjoying a little picnic with your dog. There is plenty of local wildlife so be sure to keep your eyes peeled for deer, squirrels and birds.
Another great place for dog walks in Aylesbury is Coombe Hill. Take in the scenery and beautiful views whilst playing a game of fetch with your furry friend. Once you’ve reached the top why not relax with a picnic and enjoy the lovely surroundings. Coombe Hill is popular with locals and visitors alike meaning there are always plenty of other pups to play with if your dog is a sociable sausage.
Brill Windmill makes for a lovely afternoon stroll if you’re looking after someone’s dog in Aylesbury. There is a play area for children as well as lots of open space perfect for pups to stretch their legs or play frisbee. This walk is perfect if you’re looking for a quiet amble, but be sure to pack a jumper or jacket in colder months as it can be windy.
The Phoenix Trail
Popular with dog walkers, cyclists, tourists, locals and even horses this is a great walk if you have a sociable dog. This walk is particularly enjoyable at sunrise but is popular all year round. There are many trails so you can make your walk as short or as long as you like depending on your energy levels.
Where to eat in Aylesbury with your dog
The Long Dog
As you can probably guess from the name, The Long Dog is proudly pup friendly and even has their own resident Pug! Pups will be provided with water and ear ruffles from the friendly staff. If you’re looking for a spot of entertainment why not check out one of their bi-weekly Tuesday Jazz evenings!
The Dog House Inn
Another great name for a pub and another pub friendly establishment in Aylesbury. Pups are more than welcome here and the Sunday lunches come well recommended, making this a great place to head after a nice long dog walk in Aylesbury.
The White Swan
Filled with locals (which is always a good sign) this pub allows dogs to dine with you in the bar area. Staff are always on hand to make sure furry visitors have plenty of water and fuss and the garden is lovely and big, making this a fab place to enjoy a ploughmans in Summer months.
The Horse & Jockey
This pub makes its furry visitors feel as welcome as pawsible by providing fresh water and gravy bones for them on arrival. Two legged friends have a delicious menu to choose from and staff are always knowledgeable and chatty. This pub is lovely all year round as you can enjoy roaring fires in the winter and the lovely garden in warmer months.
Local vets in Aylesbury
Hampden Veterinary Hospital
It’s always nice to know where your nearest vet is located if you are walking someone’s dog in Aylesbury. Catering for small animals, horses and farm animals, Hampden Veterinary Hospital have been proudly taking care of the animals of Aylesbury for over 80 years. Appointments can be booked over the phone.
Companion Care Vets
Open Monday - Sunday, Companion Care Vets offers a range of services from emergency appointments to dentistry, X-Rays, neutering and vaccinations so you can be sure that your pup is in good hands.
Pet shops in Aylesbury
Pets at Home
Whether you’re looking for toys, treats or any other pet products then why not head to Pets at Home where your pup is welcome to join you in store to sniff out his own treat! Staff are always on hand to offer advice and there is normally a bowl of treats on the front desk if your pup has been pawticularly well behaved.
McGrumpy & Snuffles Canine Emporium
Aside from the great name, this independent company specialises in high quality natural treats, food and toys. All toys are made from recycled materials and they also stock toys especially for heavy duty play, perfect for pups who tend to destroy their toys!
If after reading this you are still wondering if there is someone to look after your dog in Aylesbury why not check out BorrowMyDoggy and see if there is a pawsome lcoal match nearby.