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Dog Walking in Oxford
Whether you’re a seasoned dog walker in Oxford or are new to the area, there are plenty of great places to stretch your pups legs.
Cutteslowe and Sunnymead
A great place for a dog walk in Oxford, is Cutteslowe and Sunnymead. Located in the north of the city, this is the largest park in Oxford. There is lots to keep you and your dog entertained in the 42 hectares of land The park has ornamental flower beds and wildflower areas, as well as a duck pond and community woodland.
In the East of the city you’ll find South Park (don’t let the name fool you!). South Park is famous for its spectacular views over Oxford and vast parkland - 50 acres to be specific. The large open space makes it a prime tennis ball throwing location so be sure to pack one when you visit with your pooch, making it the perfect place to walk a dog in Oxford.
White Horse Hill
Another great place for dog walks in Oxford, is White Horse Hill. With stunning views and lots of open space this is a great place to visit for an afternoon walk. If you and your pup are feeling energetic you can extend your walk by joining the Ridgeway National trail which runs along the White Horse Hill.
The Buscot and Colehill Estates
If you’re borrowing a dog in Oxford and are looking for miles of woodland to explore as well as lots of nature and wildlife to take in, then this is the walk for you. If you and your pup fancy a grabbing a coffee head to either the Coleshill Community Shop, The Radnor Arms or the Buscot Tea-rooms. Where there is outside seating and water provided for thirsty pups.
Where to eat in Oxford with your dog
Whether you’re a dog sitter in Oxford or are out and about with your own pooch, it’s always nice to know of some nice pooch friendly places to pop for lunch.
The Royal Oak
Pups are welcome in all three of the beer gardens as well as inside, at this pooch friendly spot. Treats and bowls of water are available for pups with a great menu for two legged friends too! Both the River Cherwell and Oxford University Parks are only a few minutes away if you wanted to explore with your pup a little later.
Expect your pup to be lavished with attention and belly rubs from the moment you walk in. The staff at The Perch are a friendly bunch and two legged friends, families as well as muddy pooches are welcome here for drinks or a pub lunch.
Angel & Greyhound
Part of the Young’s chain and popular with locals, The Angel & Greyhound is proudly pup friendly. With a lovely patio garden and yummy menu, this makes for a great lunch spot with friends and pups alike.
Local vets in Oxford
Open Monday - Sunday, Vets4Pets offers a range of services, from pet plan’s to emergency consultations as well as passports and microchipping. So you can be safe in the knowledge that your pups needs are catered for.
Oxford Vets Hilltop
Owned and run by two local mums with over 30 years experience in veterinary medicine. Oxford Vets Hilltop pride themselves on providing support for pups at every stage of their life from first vaccinations to old age care.
Pet shops in Oxford
Pets at Home
Whether you’re in need of some treats for a well behaved pooch or a new lead and harness, you’re almost guaranteed to find something your pup would love here. Located at Botley Road Retail Park, this Pet superstore is likely to keep you busy for a good old while.
Pets Corner Oxford
Open Monday- Sunday, Pets Corner Oxford sells a range of pup treats and food as well as toys and grooming tools. You can also get a dog identity tag made for your pooch while you wait, which is pretty pawsome!
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