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Dog Walking in Ealing
If you’re new to the area it’s always nice to know where to find the best dog walks in Ealing, so we’ve listed a few of our favourites to help you on your way.
Brent Lodge Park
A slice of countryside in the centre of Ealing. Brent Lodge Park is an ideal location for a dog walk in Ealing, with a maze for children, lots of open space, as well as winding trails for adventurous pups, there’s something for everyone.
If you’re looking for somewhere your pup can run off a bit of steam then why not pop along to Ealing Green. Although a fairly small green space, they often have stalls, music and food fairs in Summer months which are pretty pawsome!
A great park to visit as a dog walker in Ealing, is Walpole Park. With a good mix of open grassland, ornamental shrubs and beautiful flowers, there is plenty to take in. There is also a pond if your pup fancies a dip during walkies. Stop off at Spencer’s cafe for a coffee and slice of your cake, where your pup will be provided with a bowl of water and an ear ruffle.
If you’re out and about dog walking in Ealing, a great spot for a few games of fetch is Ealing Common. Stretching over 47 acres and close to Ealing Town centre and the tube, this is a great spot where your pup can stretch their legs and socialise with other dogs.
Where to eat in Ealing with your dog
With a great selection of drinks and food, as well as a lovely, cosy atmosphere it’s clear to see why The Wheatsheaf is popular with the locals. With board games and quiz nights for humans and dogs being allowed on lead throughout, this makes for the perfect food stop in Ealing.
Ealing Park Tavern
Pooches are welcomed with a handful of biscuits, a bowl of water and a belly rub at the Ealing Park Tavern. If you’re out walking a dog in Ealing and are looking for good pub grub in a comfortable and chilled out environment, this is your best bet.
The Grange Ealing
As a dog sitter in Ealing it’s nice to know that you can take your pup for a bite to eat and enjoy a nice beer garden. Luckily The Grange Ealing provides exactly that, with comfy leather seating inside and a heated garden this makes a great place to visit whatever the weather.
Local vets in Ealing
Ealing Village Vet
It’s nice to know your pawsome pet is in good hands and Ealing Village Vets pride themselves on providing a friendly environment for your pup. Open Monday - Saturday and located on Pitshanger Lane their services cover standard check ups as well as emergency care.
Offering a free consultation for new clients as well as a refer a friend scheme. Ealing Vets has a range of services from a pet healthcare club, to laser therapy as well as consultations and insurance.
Pet shops in Ealing
From food and treats, to bedding and accessories Ealing Pets provide a friendly service as well as an extensive selection of products for your pup.
Pets at Home
If you’re looking for a pet superstore head to Pets at Home in nearby Brentford. A hub of information and services including grooming as well as collars, leads, treats and food. A pawfect stop if your pup has been a particularly good boy.
If after reading this you are wondering if there is someone local who would be able to look after your dog in Ealing, why not create a profile? Creating a profile and browsing our members is free, and you could be one step closer to making a pawsome match.