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Dog Walking in Islington
If you are looking for some fun places to walk a dog in Islington, we have listed some of our favourites to get you started.
If you’re based in Islington and are looking for somewhere for your pup to have a quick run out, this is a perfect place for a game of frisbee. A fairly small green space in the centre of London, this is the pawfect place to go if you’re a little short on time.
Mile End Park
If you’re looking for scenic dog walks in Islington, this East London park is only a 45 minute train ride away. From the beautiful gardens and lakes to the lack of tourists, this is an absolute gem of a park to explore with your pup, why not pack a picnic and make a day of it!
Highbury Fields is a lovely open space in the Borough of Islington. With extensive parkland, tennis courts and even a pool, there is plenty to keep both you and your pup entertained (no pups allowed in the pool though unfortunately).
Things to do in Islington with your dog
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If you’re borrowing a dog in Islington and fancy a spot of shopping, this is a great shop to visit. Owned by a dog lover and adorned with various dog sculptures, your pooch is more than welcome to join you for a little shopping spree.
Another place to get your shopping fix is After Noah, pop in for a selection of gifts and furniture. Perfect if you need to grab a prezzie while you’re dog sitting in Islington.
If you’re in need of a haircut whilst looking after a dog in Islington, not to worry as Danny Oh allows pooches to accompany their two legged pals into their salon, which is pretty pawsome!
Where to eat in Islington with your dog
Located on Regent’s Canal and proudly doggy friendly, is The Narrowboat. Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the main town, this is a great place to stop for lunch if you are a dog walker in Islington.
The Rosemary Branch
Pups and humans alike can relax and enjoy this cosy pub with a theatre upstairs. With a mouth watering Sunday roast menu and a range of beer and wine, this is a great place to stop for brunch. Run by a dog lover, blankets and bowls of water are provided for pups to make sure their tails are always wagging.
The Charles Lamb Pub
Tucked away from the main town and with their own dogs in residence this little pub makes for a nice little afternoon stop off. Pups are welcomed and provided with water bowls and guaranteed ear ruffles.
The Wenlock Arms
Situated near Shepherdess Walk Park, The Wenlock Arms is more than dog friendly and enjoys having four legged visitors. With cosy open fires and dog friendly areas both inside and out, the only thing you might have to worry about is all of the attention your pup will be getting.
Local vets in Islington
Whether your pup needs a vaccination or a check up, Medivet is happy to offer a range of services to make sure your pooch is kept in tip top condition. Their online symptom checker also makes it easy to work out how urgently your pup needs to see a vet.
Located on Liverpool Road and open since 1996, Zasman Vets have over 11,000 clients and pride themselves on treating your pet as one of the family. Services include pet plans, pet passports and general pup advice.
Pet shops in Islington
Whether you’re looking for a new dog bed, a dog carrier or a new collar, Cally Pets has all these and more. With a wagulous selection of food and treats your pup is guaranteed to leave with a wagging tail.
Angel Pet Supplies
From dog treats and food, to pet prams and strollers, Angel Pet Supplies pride themselves on being able to provide everything for your small pet.
Whether you’re looking for someone to walk your dog in Islington or are looking to find a dog to borrow why not create a profile for free and see if there are any lovely borrowers or dogs to borrow in your area.