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Dog Walking in Epsom
Whether you’re new to the area or are a seasoned dog walker in Epsom, one thing is for sure, there are plenty of pawsome walkies. Here are just a few of our top spots for a game of frisbee!
If you’re dog walking in Epsom and are looking for a big open green space with plenty of hills, then this is it. Surrounded by the Epsom Downs Racecourse, with woodland trails, there is plenty of open grassland to explore with your pooch. Note: pups must be kept on a lead before 12pm due to racehorses stretching their legs during this time.
Popular with families and pups alike, Nonsuch Park makes for a great place to walk a dog in Epsom. With lots of open grassy space for endless games of fetch and a lovely cafe to stop for snacks and refreshments, this makes for a great afternoon outing for two legged and four legged pals.
Horton Country Park
Open all year round with activities from kite flying, fruit picking and golf there is plenty to keep you busy. There is also lots of wildlife to spot and many winding trails if you’re walking an adventurous pup. All in all, a great place to for dog walks in Epsom!
Popular with the locals and another great place for dog walking in Epsom is Ashstead Park. With beautiful scenery and facilities for children, this is a lovely place for a dog walk which even has a selection of ponds if your pup fancies a dip.
Where to eat in Epsom with your dog
If you’re dog sitting in Epsom it’s likely you’ll want to find somewhere nice to eat with your pup, luckily for you there are a whole host of great places to dine with a pooch.
The Cricketers Inn
Prepare for your pup to be petted! With water bowls and treats provided for pups and an extensive food and drinks menu, this makes for a great stop off after a dog walk in Epsom.
The Derby Arms
Gastro pub food with a great menu for two legged friends. Pups are welcome in the bar here and water for pooches is provided on request.
In nearby Fetcham is The Bell. A friendly village pub for lunch, complete with comfy armchairs and an all day menu, this makes for a great afternoon stop off pre or post walkies.
With a lovely pub garden and outside dining area, they welcome pooches here up until 6pm. Pups will be provided with bowls of water on request and ear ruffles and belly rubs are served up regularly.
Local vets in Epsom
An independently owned veterinary practice combining high level services with a friendly and caring approach. Services range for 24 hour emergency cover to pet health plans and repeat prescriptions,
From pet advice to health plans and microchipping Vets4Pets has your pup covered. Open Monday - Sunday, appointments can be booked online.
Pet shops in Epsom
Pets at Home
Whether you’re a dog sitter in Epsom looking to treat the pooch you’re caring for, or an owner needing to stock up on some essentials, then Pets at Home is a pawsome place to visit. From treats and food, to leads harnesses and bedding, there’s something for every pup.
Despite the name, purrfect pets offer a selection of dog food, clothing and toys for pups. Located on South Street, they are open Monday to Saturday and are happy to provide friendly advice on any of your pup care needs.
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