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Dog Walking in Cheshire
If you’re looking for some great dog walks in Cheshire then you’re in luck, as there are lots of pawsome places to explore. Here are just some of our favourites!
A great mix of woodland and heath to explore - your pup will be spoilt for choice with trails to follow and squirrels to chase. If you’re looking after someone’s dog in Cheshire that has lots of energy, this is a great place to visit as there are lots of hills to climb as well as lots of open land perfect for fetch. If you decide to climb up the hills you will be rewarded with stunning views so it’s well worth the effort!
A wagtastic place to walk a dog in Cheshire, with lovely views of the canal. There is a little cafe where you can grab some refreshments en route and the full English Breakfast comes highly recommended. There is also plenty of opportunity for your pup to enjoy the water if he likes to swim.
Another great place to visit as a dog sitter in Cheshire, is Paddington Mews. With a range of routes available you can tailor the walk to how energetic you and your pup are feeling. There are places to swim if your pup is partial to doggy paddle as well as plenty of open space which is great for a game or two of fetch.
Quarry Bank Mill
Offering on lead and off lead areas for your dog to enjoy, Quarry Bank Mill is a gorgeous place to enjoy as a dog walker in Cheshire. The Mill itself is a lovely sight and the streams you will encounter on your walk are pawfect for your pup to drink and splash. Why not take a picnic and make an afternoon of it - weather permitting of course.
Where to eat in Cheshire with your dog
The Dysart Arms
Complete with log fires, a lovely leafy garden and a menu stocked full of pub classics this is a great place to stop off for lunch with your furry friend. Your pup is welcome to dine with you in the bar area or the garden and staff are likely to lavish attention on four legged visitors, water bowls also available on request.
The Fishpool Inn
The woodfired pizza comes well recommended here and pups won’t be left out as they are welcome in the bar area. Water bowls are available for thirsty pooches as well as dog biscuits for pawticularly well behaved pups. There are lots of great lunch options and staff are always happy to see a doggy visitor - definitely not a lunch spot to be missed!
The Cheshire Cat
Despite the name - this pub welcomes pups in and out! Not only is the food menu varied but they also have a great selection of drinks available as well as water bowls for dogs. Recommended by locals and visitors alike (and probably pups too if they could speak) staff are extremely knowledgeable and helpful and are likely to spoil your pup with a treat or two if they are well behaved.
Local vets in Cheshire
Cheshire Pet Veterinary Practice
Offering advice on general pup care as well as emergency care - you can be sure that Cheshire Pet has your dog's best interests at heart. They also offer free flea and tick checks for members which is pretty pawsome.
Winsford Veterinary Surgery
It’s always nice to know where your nearest vet is located when looking after someone’s dog in Cheshire. Winsford Veterinary surgery offer a comprehensive range of services to make sure your pup is kept in tip top, tail waggingly good health.
Pet shops in Cheshire
Cheshire Pet Supplies
Trading since 1984, Cheshire Pet Supplies offers a range of great pet products for your furry friend. From food and treats to leads, collars and bedding you’re sure to find something to make your dog’s tail wag.
Pets at Home
If you’re looking for a treat for a pup that’s been pawticularly well behaved, why not head to Pets at Home in nearby Northwich. Staff are on hand to give advice on pup care and what’s more, your dog is welcome in store so he could even sniff out his own treat!
If after reading this you’re wondering if there is anyone local to walk your dog in Cheshire why not create a free profile and see if there are any lovely borrowers in your area!