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Dog Walking in South East London
If you’re borrowing a dog in South East London the first thing you’ll probably want to know is where to find the best walks, so we’ll start with that.
Crystal Palace Park
If you fancy some problem solving with your pup in the shape of a maze and are also partial to a few prehistoric pals - this is the park for you. Crystal Palace Park also has a vast amount of woodland and open space perfect for a game of fetch - car parking also available.
If you’re looking for lots of open space and greenery, then Southwark Park makes for a perfect stroll. If you are an early rising dog walker in South East London you can get up and out early as this park opens at 7:30am, it also comes complete with art gallery and bandstand.
If you’re still wondering where to walk your dog in South East London, another iconic park with stunning views is Greenwich Park. With views of the river and National Maritime Museum as well as lots of sprawling greenery, this is a great place to explore for two legged and four legged visitors.
Where to eat in South East London with your dog
The Hare & Billet Blackheath
Are you looking for a great dog friendly pub offering open fires in the winter and cups to take your drinks outside to the neighbouring heath in Summer? If so, this pub fits the billet! They also provide water bowls for pups and human games such as KerPlunk for those looking for respite after a dog walk in South East London.
The Wood House Dulwich
If you are dog sitting in South East London and are a bit peckish it might be worth dropping in and giving The Wood House a visit. With a vast array of brunch and dinner options and pooch friendly seating inside and out - this makes for a great pitstop after a nice walk in neighbouring Sydenham Wells Park (which is only 10 mins away). They also have a lovely garden which sometimes has live music and doggy related shows, so be sure to check out what they have coming up!
Where the pancakes are - Borough
If you fancy breakfast or a light bite in the London Bridge area whilst out walking a dog (owned or borrowed), head to Where the pancakes are for all of your savoury or sweet pancake needs. They are sure to dish out some flipping great foodie options as well as plenty of fuss for the four legged friend in your life.
Local vets in South East London
John Hankinson New Cross
The John Hankinson practice has been caring for animals in South East London for over 20 years so if you are in the area and need to see a vet they are located on Shardeloes Road and are open Mon-Sat.
The Animal Clinic Blackheath
If you are dog walking in South East London and require a vet, The Animal Clinic in Blackheath provides a range of services from X-Rays to surgery to check ups. They also offer an online questionnaire that determines how urgently your dog needs to see a vet.
Pet shops in South East London
Pets At Home Southwark
If you’re borrowing a dog in South London and have run out of treats or want to buy a pawsome toy for your pooch then you should probably head to the wagtastic dog superstore aka Pets At Home in Southwark. Who have everything from dog toys to food and accessories to grooming in store.
Maison Dog East Dulwich
Whether you want to treat a dog you are borrowing (or yourself) Maison Dog has you covered. From grooming to toys to dog homeware and cushions, there is enough here to keep any dog or dog lover busy for a good while!
BorrowMyDoggy aims to help dog lovers and owners come together to share the care and love of a pup. If you are an owner and thought that kennels in South East London were your only option when heading off for a short break - why not consider BorrowMyDoggy instead, and take a look at the lovely borrowers in your area.