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Dog Walking in Warrington
Looking for some new dog walks in Warrington? Keep reading to find out some of our favourite places to visit.
Sankey Valley Park
Recommended by the locals, this is a great place if you are walking a dog in Warrington. Following the old Sankey Canal, you will find lots of open areas for those much loved games of fetch, as well as a hedge maze, meadow and woodland areas to explore. If you bring a picnic, you will find lots of pawfect places to stop off and relax.
Just under 12 acres of green space, this is a pawfect place to go if you are a dog walker in Warrington. Bring a frisbee along and your pup will be very happy. You will be sure to bump into lots of other people walking their dogs so they can have a play together. With an extensive wooded wetland area, keep your eyes peeled for water voles!
Birchwood Forest Park
Who doesn’t love a woodland walk? When the winter months come, it is hard to find a park that stays open after dusk for those post-work walkies. Well, Birchwood Forest Park is open 24 hours a day, but don’t forget your torches when walking through the woods. With 500 acres of park to explore, there is something for everyone to enjoy here!
Where to eat in Warrington with your dog
Swan with Two Nicks
Just outside of Warrington town centre is the Swan with Two Nicks. If you are in the area, or just finished up a walk in the nearby Dunhan Massey Country Estate, this pub will welcome you and your furry friends. Water bowls are provided for thirsty pups and lots of treats are available at the bar too.
The Walton Arms
The bar area here at The Walton Arms are dog friendly, and food is still served in that area. After a walk in Walton Gardens, stop here for a bite to eat and a drink. Pups will be given bowls of water, treats and ear ruffles!
Bents Garden and Home
Spending an afternoon at a garden centre is always fun, especially when they have their very own Pet Cafe! This cafe is for owners to dine with their pets, and not only do they have a range of human food. They even have a dog menu featuring biscuits, cakes and treats. You pup is going to be very happy visiting this garden centre, and they also have a large section of dog supplies if they haven’t eaten enough treats already!
Local vets in Warrington
It’s always useful knowing where your local vet is when you look after a dog in Warrington. Vets4Pets is committed to bringing your and your pup affordable and high quality care. With a modern, well equipped practice, you can be sure your pooch will get the best care needed. Open Monday to Saturday, until 7pm for consultations, you can be sure to find some time to take your pet in for a check up when on a busy work schedule.
Warrington Vet Clinic
Another great veterinary practice to make a note of, is The Vet in Warrington. Open Monday to Sunday, and bank holidays, you won’t need to make an appointment as you can just walk in. On their website, they have a live average wait time for the walk in appointments so you can check if you will be waiting long!
Pet shops in Warrington
Pets Corner in Warrington is a natural pet food store, open Monday to Sunday and on Bank Holidays, you will always be able to stock up on supplies. They even have Puppy Hour, a free club for puppies under 18 weeks old to make friends and help socialise them. The staff are always happy to give advice on puppy care and support.
Pets at Home
Pets at Home, the nation's favourite and largest pet suppliers selling everything you could pawsibly imagine for your pup, from food and toys to bedding and medication you will find it very difficult to come out empty handed. Staff are on hand to answer any questions you might have, and provide treats and ear ruffles, for your furry friend of course!
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