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Dog Walking in Bath
If you are looking for some new dog walks in Bath, we’ve put together some of our favourites for you to explore.
Royal Victoria Park
Just a short walk from the city centre, this park has 57 acres of open space for those endless games of fetch or frisbee. There is a beautiful botanic garden and the Great Dell Aerial Walkway for breathtaking views amongst the trees, and a cafe to stop off for snacks and coffees. Both you and your pup will thoroughly enjoy walks here all year round if you are a dog walker in Bath.
Bath Skyline Walk
The best place to see the city whilst you walk a dog in Bath. This is a National Trust 6 mile walk around the outskirts of the city. On route you will see Sham Castle, explore woodland areas, walk through the beautiful Balcony and Rainbow Wood Fields and come across plenty of open spaces for your dog to run around. With a beautiful view of Bath, this is definitely a walk that will have your pups tail wagging at all the exciting smells.
Kennet and Avon Canal Path
If you are looking for a peaceful stroll with your pup, why not go for a waterside walk along the canal. Finishing in Reading, you can walk for as short or as long as you and your dog can manage. Don’t forget to take your camera along as there are plenty of picture opportunities of your pup alongside the canal.
Where to eat in Bath with your dog
The Hare and Hounds
Hard not to be a dog friendly pub with with that name! Your furry friends are welcome everywhere in the pub and are sure to be given some ear ruffles from the staff. With highly recommended food to tuck into whilst your pup takes a nap after a long walk.
A very dog friendly cafe in Bath, your pup will be shown lots of attention from the staff with lots of ear ruffles. With a delicious breakfast and lunch menu, you are sure to find something everyone will like here, at any time of day.
The King William
A classic gastro-pub in Bath, this pub comes highly recommended. Serving delicious, local produce, you can tuck into a roast whilst your dog is showered with love from the staff. If your pup gets really lucky there might be a marrowbone available for them.
Local vets in Bath
Bath Vets provide exceptional affordable care for your pup, 24 hours a day. With 8 practices around Bath and services from pet passports to pet ambulances, and dental treatments to dog grooming. You can book an appointment online if you are in need of some Veterinary advice.
Here at Vets4Pets Bath, they have a team of vets and nurses available to help with any of your petcare needs, 7 days a week. Appointments last longer than average at 15 minutes so you don’t feel rushed and the vets can ensure an accurate diagnosis to make sure they get the best care.
Included in the BorrowMyDoggy membership is access to our safety features, which include the 24/7 Vet line. If you’re ever in an emergency or looking for some doggy advice, a veterinary nurse will always be on the other end of the line to answer any questions.
Pet shops in Bath
Pets at Home
Pets at Home provides the ultimate pet shop experience, with stores all over the UK it’s no surprise there is one in Bath. With every imaginable treat flavour and type of toy, your pups tail is guaranteed to be wagging the whole time. Staff will give lots of cuddles and treats to your dog so be sure to take them in with you!
Pets Corner in Bath is definitely worth a visit when you’re running low on treats. If you have a puppy, why not take them to Puppy Club (which runs from 9:30am to 10:30am every Saturday). This event is only for puppies to help socialise them with other pups. They also offer 10% if you go then so be sure to stock up toys then!
Whether you would like to borrow a dog in Bath or you’re an owner that is looking for someone to spend some time with your dog, why not check out the borrowers and pooches in the community by signing up today?