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Dog Walking in West London
There are plenty of great places to walk a dog in West London, we’ve listed a few below to help get you started!
If you’re looking for a great place for dog walking in West London, Richmond Park is a fab place to start. The biggest royal park in London and home to both red and fallow deer, this park offers a staggering 2,500 acres for you and your pup to explore. As well as lakes if your pup likes to swim and a selection of cafes for refreshments.
If you’re borrowing a dog in West London and are looking for somewhere to take your pup, why not visit Ravenscourt Park? With plenty of open space and off lead areas to play endless games of fetch, you can rest assured that your pup will enjoy their walk here.
Local to Hammersmith, Wormwood Scrubs is a great place for dog walks in West London. It is the largest open space in the Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham and one of the largest commons in London. It makes the perfect place for frisbee and is tucked away from the city so you can relax and explore with your pup in peace.
Gunnersbury Park offers plenty of open space and off lead adventures for you and your pup. With wooded areas, many paths to explore as well as a duck pond there is plenty to see, why not take a picnic and make a day of it! All in all a great place to visit if you’re a dog walker in West London.
Where to eat in West London with your dog
This pup friendly restaurant has a friendly informal feel and is located in Kensington inbetween Kensington High Street and Church street. With their lunch menu including roast lamb and steak, there is plenty to keep two legged friends happy (and maybe the chance of a few scraps for well behaved pups).
The perfect place to visit for a slice of cake and a coffee. Not just for humans, Outsider Tart also craft creative pup treats as well to make sure your dog’s tail is always wagging!
The Ladbroke Arms
If all that dog walking has tired you out and you’re in need of a nice cold beverage with your pup why not take a break at The Ladbroke Arms. With a menu that changes daily, as well as an outside seating area, this makes for a great post walkies pitstop.
Duke of Sussex
Located in Chiswick, the Duke of Sussex is proudly pooch friendly and is happy to provide water bowls for thirsty pups. Offering a menu with a Spanish twist, there is plenty of food to choose from as well as a range of craft ales and wines. If after lunch, you’re feeling energetic why not take a walk though nearby Acton Green Common.
Local vets in West London
If you’re a dog sitter in West London, it’s always nice to know where your nearest vet is located. Pet Care Brook Green is a well established vet in West London caring for local family pets. They are available for consultations Monday to Saturday. If your pup finds it very stressful visiting the surgery, you can arrange a home visit, how pawfect!
Acton Lane Vets
Open Monday - Saturday, Acton Lane Vets offers a range of services from flea treatments and vaccinations to dentistry and pet passports. As well as offering an emergency service if required.
Pet shops in West London
Trading for over 20 years, Chiswick Pets pride themselves on offering a great service and are happy to advise on all aspects of pet care and feeding. From grooming to food and treats, you’re guaranteed to find something to make sure your dogs tail is always wagging.
If your pup needs a new chew toy or lead, Purple Bone can take care of both. With comfy dog beds, collars, leads, toys and treats - this is a go to shop for all owners or those borrowing a dog in West London.
If after reading this you are wondering if there would be someone to look after your dog in West London why not sign up for free and see if there are any friendly borrowers nearby!