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Dog Walking in Plymouth
If you’re looking to walk a dog in Plymouth, there are lots of great places to visit. Here are just some of our favourites…
Plym Bridge Woods
If you’re dog sitting in Plymouth and happen to be walking a dog that loves to swim, then this is the walk for you. With a lovely river running through the woods and plenty of shade, if it’s a hot day, this is an extremely pretty place to explore with your four legged friend.
Saltram Boundary Walk
With wide paths perfect for dog walking, as well as a good mix of parkland and woodland, Saltram Boundary is an ideal place to visit if you’re a dog walker in Plymouth. With gorgeous views of the estuary and Blaxton saltmarsh, the woodland flowers are the best in Spring but you can visit at any time of year.
If you’re looking for dog walks in Plymouth with great views, then you will enjoy Buckland Abbey. There are plenty of quiet places to stop and take in the view so why not take a picnic and make an afternoon of it!
Tamar Trails is a great place for a dog walk. With over 25km of woodland trails and plenty of open space to explore, which make for a perfect spot for those endless games of fetch. Be sure to stop off at the Beech Cafe during your walk who will happily provide bowls of water for thirsty pooches as well as dog treats for especially well behaved pups.
Where to eat in Plymouth with your dog
The Flower Cafe
Whether you’re walking your own dog or walking someone else’s dog in Plymouth a great place to visit is The Flower Cafe. With a great selection of homemade cakes and treats as well as a lovely dog friendly courtyard, we dare you not to be tempted by a cream tea or homemade sandwich!
Prime Cafe Bar
Whether you’re looking for a spot of brunch or just a cup of coffee, why not check out Prime Cafe Bar? They welcome well behaved pooches, just be prepared for your pup to receive a lot of attention from the staff as they are particularly fond of their four legged visitors.
The Old Pump House
Stop off here for a lovely breakfast or light lunch. From homemade cakes to beautiful views this is a great place to stop off after a nice long walk with your four legged friend, water bowls and ear ruffles provided at no extra cost.
The Fisherman’s Arms
More than just dog friendly, The Fisherman’s Arms loves their doggy visitors so much so that they have their very own doggy menu. From doggy ice-cream, to a full dog’s dinner as well as pawsecco and doggy beer, there is something for every pup (and the two legged menu looks pretty good too!).
Local vets in Plymouth
From emergency services to standard consultations, Plymouth Vets prides themselves on providing friendly professional care. If you are a new pup owner why not enquire about their puppy socialisation parties, which are aimed at getting puppies used to interacting with other dogs.
Rosehill Vets offers dog grooming and pet advice from dedicated staff that pride themselves on offering a friendly and personal service. Appointments can be requested online.
Pet shops in Plymouth
Pets at Home
If you need to pick up a treat or two for your pup, Pets at Home is a great place to start. With a great selection of leads and harnesses to choose from, as well as training books, toys and treats you’re almost certain to leave with something pawsome.
Open Monday - Sunday Jollyes offers friendly advice as well as a range of wagtastic pet products. They are pet friendly so feel free to bring your pooch with you whilst you shop!
If after reading this you are wondering if there is someone local to look after your dog in Plymouth why not check out the members in your area. Creating a profile is free and you never know, you could find a pawsome match for your pooch!