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Dog Walking in Sheffield
Sheffield boasts 13 city parks, 20 district parks and 50 local parks as well as woodland covering over 10% of the city. Meaning there is a great selection of dog walks in Sheffield to choose from.
Whether you have an an active dog, keen for a long walk or you just fancy a short stroll with your pup, this scenic expanse provides a great opportunity for woodland walkies. Highlights include the ability to meet ducks, and some wagtastic paddling spots, perfect for any keen swimmers!
Located in the south west of the city, Graves Park is Sheffield’s largest park covering 206 acres of land. The park is surrounded by woodland and there is a stream that runs through the middle.There are several paths that lead through the woodland linking the different areas of the park which your four legged friend will no doubt enjoy exploring with you.
If you’re a dog walker in Sheffield looking for a great place to let your dog off lead combined with some beautiful scenery, then head to Endcliffe Park. Family and dog friendly, finish your walk with a stop off at the EPIC cafe (or Endcliffe Park Independent Café).
This popular walk has plenty of woodland to explore, with many different paths and trails to follow. If you enjoy quiet, nature filled dog walks in Sheffield, this is the perfect choice for you and your pup.
Where to eat in Sheffield with your dog
Whether you are borrowing a dog in Sheffield or are out and about with your own pooch, there is an array of local dog friendly restaurants, coffee shops, cafes and pubs.
The Waggon and Horses
Situated less than 30 minutes from the city centre, this dog friendly pub has a range of fantastic options including: homemade sourdough pizza, brunch, hearty traditional dishes and even vegan options. Making the perfect lunch stop after walking your dog in Sheffield.
The Fox House
If walking through one of the country parks has made you hungry, this rustic, open beam restaurant is welcoming for people and canine friends alike! With a great menu and friendly staff, you’re sure to feel right at home.
Featured in the top 30 places to have brunch in the whole of Britain, this Sheffield central coffee shop is a stylish, canine friendly treat. We challenge you to find a cake or coffee you don’t want to Instagram!
Local vets in Sheffield
Staffed with dedicated emergency veterinarians, Vets Now vows to offer the best support and care when ensuring that your pooch remains happy and healthy, especially on nights, weekends, and bank holidays.
Abbeymoor Veterinary Centre
This veterinary centre covers both North and South Sheffield, easily accessible for any emergency, query, prescription, or appointment.
Highfield Veterinary Centre
Highfield Veterinary Centre is only concerned with one thing: the health and happiness of your pooch, which is why they are open Monday to Sunday, including bank holidays.
Pet shops in Sheffield
A total pet superstore. Pamper your pets with dog grooming products, clothes and treats, or purchase your essentials, just 20 minutes away from the city centre.
Pets at Home
A simple bus ride from the city centre, Pets at Home has a wide selection of products for your canine care. From grooming and clothing to treats and harnesses, you’re sure to leave this store with something your pup would love.
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