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Dog Walking in Chesterfield
If you asked your pup what their favourite things were, walkies would probably be quite high on the list. With that in mind we put together a list of a few top walks, ideal for a dog walker in Chesterfield.
If you’re looking for scenic dog walks in Chesterfield why not head to Queens Park. With two cafe’s to stop off for refreshments, as well as ice cream vans dotted about if you need to cool down. Dogs are welcome here on lead and the park is also very close to town if you wanted to pop to the shops.
With scenic views over Chesterfield this walk is best enjoyed at sunset. This park offers a huge expanse of greenery for your pup to run off any extra energy, perfect for him to indulge in a few games of frisbee.
Holmebrook Valley Park
If you’re looking after someone’s dog in Chesterfield and are looking for somewhere where a pup can really stretch his legs and socialise with other dogs then this is a great place to head to. With large open playing fields, brooks to swim, woodland area as well as a little cafe to stop off for for tea and cake, there really is something for everyone!
With plenty of open space to explore this is the perfect place for a game or two of fetch. The park is clean and well maintained and you’re likely to see a few other pooches if your dog is the sociable sort.
Where to eat in Chesterfield with your dog
The Bulls Head
Whether you’re looking for a post walk drink or a spot of dinner with your pup then The Bulls Head will deliver. Food is locally sourced and pups are welcome inside an out - fresh water will also be provided for thirsty pups. The chips here come highly recommended and they have a large menu so there is plenty to choose from if you’re dog sitting in Chesterfield.
The Welbeck Inn
With great TripAdvisor reviews, The Welbeck Inn makes for a great place to visit if
you’re out and about walking a dog in Chesterfield. Expect tasty pub classics at reasonable prices. Pups are more than welcome and they have a lovely beer garden to enjoy during warmer months, expect your pup to get lots of ear ruffles and attention given by the friendly staff.
There are often more pups that people at this pub and with lovely food and a gorgeous open fire what’s not to like! If you’re looking for a classic village pub where your pup can join you for a bite to eat, then this is a great choice. There is plenty of greenery nearby perfect for walking off all that food!
The Rykneld Turnpyke
Another pawsome pup friendly pub is The Rykneld Turnpyke. With 12 cask and 12 keg beers you’ll be spoilt for choice in terms of drink choices. Treats are available behind the bar for well behaved pooches and games are also available if you are in need of a little lunchtime entertainment.
Local vets in Chesterfield
Spire Vets is an independently owned veterinary practice offering a range of services from insurance and consultations to emergency care. The practice is well equipped to offer ultrasounds and anaesthetic as well as X-Rays and is open Monday - Saturday.
If you are out and about walking someone’s dog in Chesterfield it’s always nice to know where your nearest vet is located. From pet passports to microchipping and advice on feeding your pup - Vets4Pets can help.
Pet shops in Chesterfield
Hasland Pet Supplies
A family pet shop offering munchy crunchy pup snacks as well as range of toys and grooming tools. If you’re looking for bedding, training or pet advice you can also get all of this at Hasland Pet supplies, so you can rest safe that whatever you need you’ll be able to find here.
Pets at Home
If you are borrowing a dog in Chesterfield and want to treat them, why not head to Pets at Home. With everything you can think of for small pups all the way up to older dogs, you’re unlikely to leave empty pawed. Stop off here for food and toys and don’t be surprised to see a dish of treats on the cash desk to award your pup from being a good boy.