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Dog Walking in Poole
Whether you’re local or are new to the area there are some great places to walk a dog in Poole.
Thorncombe Woods - Egdon Heath
If you are looking for a beautiful woodland walk then Thorncombe Woods is a great place to start. If you are looking after a dog in Poole that has a lot of energy, you can always extend your walk to Puddletown Forest.
The Fossil Forest
If you are a dog sitter in Poole, the Fossil Forrest is a great place for an adventure. Here you will find the remains of a fossilised forest that stood millions of years ago. Lulworth Cove is also nearby which a popular place to visit among tourists.
Cerne Abbas Giant Walk
With plenty of places to stop for refreshments, this is a great walk with many different paths to take depending on how much energy your pooch has. There is also a river if your pup likes to swim, free parking and plenty of off the lead areas, making it a pawsome place to visit if you’re a dog walker in Poole.
This walk is around 7 miles long with plenty of areas to take your pup off the lead. With beautiful views from the top, many picnic areas, as well as places for your dog to paddle, this is a popular place for dog walks in Poole.
Where to eat in Poole with your dog
If all that dog walking in Poole has left you a little on the hungry side, don’t worry as there are plenty of pooch friendly places to choose from for a spot of lunch.
If you’re a fan of live music and hearty food, this is a good choice for lunch. With beach views, a selection of food and coffee and of course pup friendly, the Jazz Cafe is popular with both two legged and four legged visitors alike.
A great place to stop for a drink after a dog walk in Poole. With a relaxed and friendly atmosphere as well as a range of food and drink options, The Stable is also fantastically dog friendly. Happy to provide not only water bowls and treats but dog beds too, which is pretty wagtastic!
With a large menu and friendly atmosphere, the Jolly Sailor is a great place to stop off for lunch with your pooch. With quiz nights, a good selection of beer, a beer garden and the ability to watch sports, there is something for every pup.
The Greyhound Inn
Aside from the pawsome name, this is another lovely pup friendly place to stop for a bite to eat. With a grassy beer garden for pooches to enjoy and a generous food menu for two legged visitors to explore, The Greyhound Inn is a fab place to stop off after an afternoon dog walk.
Local vets in Poole
Open Monday - Sunday, Vets4Pets has a range of services to keep your pooch in tip top condition, from emergency cover to dentistry as well as their own in-house laboratory.
Established since 2012, Natterjacks prides themselves on giving a personal and friendly service. Family run and managed, they offer a whole host of services from vaccinations, consultations as well as separate dog and cat wards for recovery.
Pet shops in Poole
With a good selection of pup friendly products and renowned for their outstanding customer service. Pets Corner makes for a great place to stop and pick up a treat or two if your pooch has been particularly well behaved.
If after reading this you are wondering if there would be someone to walk your dog in Poole why not check out if there are any lovely borrowers in your local area. Creating a profile and browsing our members is free so why not make a new two legged friend for you and your pooch.