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Dog Walking in Surrey
If you’re looking for some inspiration for some great walkies, here are just a few of our favourite places to walk a dog in Surrey.
Let your pup run wild in a mixture of woodland and open spaces over at Gatton Park. If you’re looking for a quieter route to take with your pup, head over the hill past the stable to join the Discover Gatton route.
If you’re a dog walker in Surrey with a dog that likes to play with other pooches then this is a great place to visit. Hosting regular pug meet ups on the last Sunday of every month and with lots of varied trails and woodland to explore, be prepared for lots of puppy playtime!
If you’re dog walking in Surrey towards the end of the day, Headley Heath offers beautiful sunset views. With many paths to follow and a great deal of woodland to explore, there is plenty to keep both you and your pup amused. Make sure you sniff out the mobile cafe which can be found beside the main car park.
Does your pup love to doggy paddle? Why not visit Chantries Hill which has incredible views from the top of of St Martha’s Hill as well as many streams where your pup can have a quick dip. The perfect place for dog walks in Surrey. Why not stop off at The Percy Arms for a bite to eat after your walk!
Where to eat in Surrey with your dog
If you’re a dog sitter in Surrey looking for a pooch friendly place for a bite to eat or a quick drink then you will be spoilt for choice! Here are just a few of our favourites…
The Woolpack, Elstead
If a cosy pub with delicious Italian food sounds like something you’d enjoy then why not head to The Woolpack? Proudly pooch friendly and offering water bowls for thirsty pups, this makes for a perfect post dog walk stop off.
The Wheatsheaf, Esher
With a lovely pup friendly terrace to enjoy in summer months, and an abundance of comfy armchairs, open log fires and some great menu options this is a great place to visit with your pooch. Don’t be surprised if your dog gets lots of ear ruffles and a water bowl brought straight to them on arrival, as four legged visitors are extremely popular with the locals.
The Bell, Fetcham
This place makes fetch happen (sorry we couldn’t help ourselves). The perfect location to stop off post-walk for a pint of local ale or a bite to eat. With plenty of comfy armchairs and a great menu this is a pub with a nice country vibe.
The Fox and Hounds, Englefield Green
Be prepared for your pup to be spoilt with water and treats at The Fox and Hounds. With a great menu selection and even somewhere to tie up your horse if you’ve been hacking out in Surrey.
The Jolly Farmer, Bramley
If you’re looking for a delicious roast dinner, the Jolly Farmer more than delivers as well as offering yummy burgers and a great drinks menu all in a quirky setting. Well behaved pups are welcome and provided with water on request.
Local vets in Surrey
Beech House Veterinary Centre
Offering vaccinations and neutering as well as consultations and nutritional advice. Beech House have been established since the 1870’s and pride themselves on providing a high level of care to animals in and around Surrey.
Oak Barn Vets
If you’re walking someone’s dog in Surrey it’s always nice to know where your nearest vet is located. Open Monday - Saturday and offering consultations, emergency appointments and repeat prescriptions, the team at Oak Barn are always keen to know as much as possible about you and your pets before treating them.
Pet shops in Surrey
If you’re looking for dog treats for a well behaved pup, why not head to Pets Corner where you’ll be able to find everything from toys and treats to harnesses and beds. If you have a new puppy, they have a special puppy hour which runs from 9:30am- 10:30am on Saturdays which offers the perfect opportunity to allow your pup to socialise and meet other dogs.
Pets at Home
With a dedicated groom room if your pup needs a spruce as well as plenty of pup friendly products this is a great place to head to pick up a treat for your dog. With an entire section dedicated to new puppies, from books and travel equipment to training tools and playpens, you are unlikely not to find something pawsome to purchase!
If after reading this you are wondering if there is someone local to look after your dog in Surrey why not check out BorrowMyDoggy to see if there are any lovely local borrowers in your area. Creating a profile is free and a wagulous match could be right around the corner!