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Dog Walking in Dublin
If it’s dog walks in Dublin that you’re looking for, you’ll be spoilt for choice, below we’ve listed a few of our favourites to get you started.
Whether you are considering borrowing a dog in Dublin or you are planning a day out with your pooch, Killiney Hill makes for a beautiful walk. If you’re brave you can even take a dip in the sea, but make sure to warm up afterwards at the dog-friendly cafe – located by the Victoria Gates in the square tower.
Are you a dog walker in Dublin? Head to Corkagh Park, where there is a dedicated off-lead area for your pooch to run around safely. They also have their very own rose garden, as well as a family run pet farm to visit.
For more dog walking in Dublin, check out Phoenix Park. With a vast 1752 acres of land to explore, including forest, flower gardens, historic buildings and monuments, both you and your dog will have no end of fun!
For more of a seaside stroll, Sandymount Strand is a stretch of just over 1km of land on the south east coast of Dublin. The strand has a promenade which is a popular walking path, and if you’re a keen wildlife spotter then be sure to bring your binoculars as this is a special area of conservation.
Things to do in Dublin with your dog
Perhaps you’re not just looking to walk a dog in Dublin, perhaps you and your pooch would like to stay here too! Check out our top picks for dog friendly hotels:
The Dylan Hotel is a five star boutique hotel, that provides luxury for both you and your dog. With dog beds, bowls and treats provided in your room, there is no better place to rest your weary paws.
Located in the heart of Rathmines, The Uppercross House Hotel offers a warm home-from-home atmosphere and an award winning bar and restaurant. Furthermore, they are dedicated to ensuring a relaxing, comfortable experience for all guests, including your pooch!
Where to eat in Dublin with your dog
The Dog House Blues Tearooms
Head to the quirky pooch-friendly Dog House Blues Tearooms for wood-fired oven pizzas, cakes, coffees and loose leaf teas.
The Fumbally pride themselves on using local and organic ingredients, with ethical and sustainable sourcing of food. For something more unusual, they experiment with fermented foods, along with making all their own drinks. Fancy more of an evening meal? Each Wednesday evening a different chef will put together a menu of what is inspiring them at the moment.
If it’s cocktails with your pup that you’re looking for, look no further than MVP. With a dazzling array of cocktails, along with a tasty platter menu, there is sure to be something for all to enjoy.
Tucked away in the heart of a trendy south Dublin, Street 66 is a live musical bar serving both cocktails and coffee, and they would love to have you and your pooch pop in! Designed for the global citizen, Street 66 incorporates a love for mid-century modern design, live music, vinyl and reggae. And most importantly they are very dog-friendly.
Local vets in Dublin
South Dublin Vets
Services offered range from consultations and vaccinations to worming and flea control. South Dublin Vets also offer nutritional advice and dentistry for your pooch.
Cara Vet Group
The Cara Vet Group consists of the Cara Vet Hospital in Ballycoolin and the Cara Vet Clinic on the North Circular Road. Services range from consultations and vaccinations to pet healthcare plans. Appointments can be booked through their website.
Also when both dog owner and borrower are premium members, you have access to our 24/7 Vet Line for any advice or questions you may have.
Pet shops in Dublin
Shauna’s Pet Shop
Located on Capel Street. Shauna’s Pet Shop stocks a range of treats, brushes, leads and collars for your pup. They also offer a Puppy Starter Pack, with training pads, toys and pup food for those of you that may have just bought a new puppy.
Kinsealy Pet Store
Offering everything from treats, coats and grooming. Kinsealy Pet Store is stocked full of treats to ensure your pooch is looking pawsome at all times.
If after reading this you are looking for someone to walk your dog in Dublin why not check out BorrowMyDoggy. Creating a profile and browsing out members is totally free and we’re sure there are plenty of borrowers who would love to take your pooch for a run-around nearby.