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Dog Walking in Maidstone
Popular with dog walkers and dogs this is a pawsome place to come if your pup likes to socialise. With a good mix of trails you can easily spend an afternoon exploring with your furry friend, make sure you stop by the lake to see the ducks and fish. This is a pawfect place for a picnic but there is also a cafe if you need to stock up on drinks and snacks. All in all, a great place to walk a dog in Maidstone.
White Horse Wood Country Park
If you’re looking for lots of open space for your pooch to really be able to stretch his legs, then this is a wagtastic choice. Offering hilly climbs with gorgeous views and flat paths perfect for a game or two of fetch this really is a great walk for everyone. Make sure to pack a picnic or some snacks though, as there isn’t a cafe nearby.
Cobtree Manor Park
Another great place to walk a dog is Cobtree Manor Park, which is popular with dog walkers, families and cyclists - pawfect if your pup likes to make friends. With a mixture of woodland trails lots of open space as well as some hilly inclines, this walk can be tailored to how energetic you’re feeling. Feel free to bring a picnic or stop off at the little cafe for a nice cup of tea or an ice-cream.
Offering lots of open space perfect for lots of games of fetch, Whatman Park is a pawsome choice if your pup needs to stretch his legs. You could easily spend an entire day there as there is so much to see, with lovely views of the river (pawfect if your pup likes to swim) as well as lots of opportunities for a game or two of fetch.
Where to eat in Maidstone with your dog
If all those dog walks in Maidstone have worked up a bit of an appetite then why not stop off for a bite to eat, here are just a few pawsome places to grab some food…
The Walnut Tree
If you’re looking for a nice pub lunch with your pooch then why not head to The Walnut Tree. With two resident dogs of their own, this pub welcomes furry visitors and water bowls will be available for thirsty pooches. They have a nice garden to enjoy in warmer months as well as a toasty fire to snuggle up beside in winter - all in all a great place to visit as a dog walker in Maidstone.
Whether you’re borrowing a dog in Maidstone, or fancy something to eat while you’re out with your own pup, this is a great place to stop for food. Staff will provide your precious pooch with fresh water, ear ruffles and maybe even a treat or two! There is also a great menu for two legged pals that can be enjoyed inside or out in their lovely garden.
If you’re looking for a totally pawsome menu complete with halloumi fries and a selection of brunch options to suit pretty much every taste, why not head to Bills. Pups are welcome to join you outside for food and are likely to be lavished with attention from the friendly staff.
The Bell Inn
This pub has a basket filled with blankets by the front door for pups to curl up on, you can’t get more dog friendly than that! Pooches are likely to be given lots of belly rubs, water and pawsibly even a treat from the kind staff and they are welcome to join you for food either inside or out. Always busy with locals and visitors this is a great place to visit as a dog sitter in Maidstone.
Local vets in Maidstone
It’s always nice to know where your nearest vet is located when walking someone’s dog in Maidstone. Vets4Pets has an online symptom checker that can help you find out how urgently your pup needs to see a vet. They also offer free pup advice on feeding, training and tips so you can rest assured that your pet is in good hands.
Offering a range of services from standard consultations to emergency care. They also offer dentistry, physiotherapy, microchipping as well as puppy parties aimed at getting young dogs socialised with other puppies.
Pet shops in Maidstone
Pets Corner stocks products for all of your pets needs from dogs and cats to birds and reptiles. Why not attend their Puppy Hour, a free club for puppies to make friends and enjoy a safe place to socialise with other puppies. Too cute, we know!
Pets at Home
The nations favourite Pets at Home has a store in Maidstone, packed full of treats and toys for your pooch. Why not take your pup in store with you to sniff out his own treat as pups are welcome in store, just be prepared for all the fuss he will get from the friendly staff.
If after reading this you are wondering if there would be someone to look after your dog in Maidstone then why not create a free profile and see if there is a lovely local borrower nearby to take your dog for an extra walk or game of fetch.