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Dog Walking in Leeds
If you are looking for some new walks, here are a few of our favourites. So pop your pups lead on and head to Leeds!
Roundhay Park is one of the biggest city parks in Europe. With over 700 acres of of parkland, lakes, woodland and gardens, it definitely top of the list to go and visit with your pup, borrowed or owned. Not only will they enjoy all the smells and space to run around, you will find it just as enjoyable exploring. Home to Tropical World, a series of temperature-controlled glasshouses representing different climates from all over the world. It is one to make a special visit to if you walk a dog in Leeds.
A short drive out of the city centre, Ardsley Reservoir is worth a visit. If you are looking for new dog walks in Leeds, this is the pawfect place for your pooch to run around. With sandy beaches near the water, who doesn’t love playing in the sand? There is also lots of woodland and fields to explore.
A pawsome place to go if you are a dog walker in Leeds is Meanwood Park. With 600 acres to explore and lots of woodlands to escape in, you are your dog are going to have endless hours of fun playing fetch.
Where to eat in Leeds with your dog
If you are wanting to treat yourself to a glass of wine, and want your pooch to be able to join you. Then head to Veritas Ale, one of the only wine bars in Leeds that is dog-friendly. Dogs are all greeted with a water bowl and treats to enjoy whilst you sip on your wine, it’s a win win (or woof woof) situation!
The Miners Bar and Kitchen
When choosing where to go with your dog in Leeds, we can’t not mention The Miners Bar and Kitchen. The staff will always give your pup some ear ruffles and belly rubs, they may even bring out a sausage for your pup if they’ve been a good boy! They are guaranteed to be given freshwater and lots of doggy treats, if its a hot day, they will even bring out an ice cube to play with. What’s not to love!
The Chequers Inn
The perfect place to tuck into some food after a long walk in the countryside, The Chequers Inn have you sorted. With a cosy fire to warm up by, you might get lucky as sometimes the Chef’s will cook up a steak for your pup. Although if a steak is a bit much for your dog, they do have lots of dog treats at the bar and will always provide water bowls.
Local vets in Leeds
A highly rated vet is Vets4Pets Leeds. They have clinics all over the UK, able to help you with any of your veterinary needs. Open Monday to Saturday, the staff are welcoming and help keep your dog relaxed.
Holly House Vets
Operating for over 2 decades, Holly House are dedicated to providing the highest standard of pet care for your much loved family member. They have a separate waiting room for dogs and cats, and have a 24-hour onsite emergency services. Open everyday of the week, they are there to help with any advice or care needed.
With 4 surgeries across Leeds, they are able to give your dog the best and most up to date treatment as they have modern medical and surgical equipment.
Don’t forget! If you are a premium member of BorrowMyDoggy, you have access to a 24/7 Vet Line. They are registered nurses who are happy to help with any questions you might have about your dog, owned or borrowed!
Pet shops in Leeds
Pets at Home
Pets at Home is the best place to go for a browse, or to stock up on treats for your dog. They will have just as much fun in the shop as you, so next time you are there why not let them pick a new toy?
Jollyes Petfood Superstore
Despite the name, they do sell everything you could pawsibly need and not just dog food. From treats and toys to clothes and bedding, you will be able to stock up on anything you are in need of.
If you would like to borrow a dog in Leeds then why not join BorrowMyDoggy and see if there are any dogs in your area. You can sign up to create a profile and take a look for free.