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Dog Walking in Worcester
Whether you’re visiting or are familiar with the area, there are plenty of great dog walks in Worcester.
Dogs are welcome to be off lead here and you are likely to meet a few other pups out on an adventure. The walk is roughly about 5 miles long and there are lots of places to stop off for a picnic. Make sure to keep your eyes peeled for squirrels!
Dumbleton Hall Grounds
If you’re dog sitting in Worcester and are looking for a walk with stunning views then why not head to Dumbleton Hall Grounds. Complete with lakes if your pup enjoys a paddle, as well as a mixture of hills and flat terrain depending on how energetic you and your pooch are feeling.
Another great place to walk a dog in Worcester is Severn Way which takes you along the river Severn. Offering lovely views of the surrounding farmland, there are also plenty of opportunities for your pup to access the river if they are hot or thirsty. You are unlikely to come across many other people whilst on this walk so if you’re looking for some peace and quiet this would be a great choice of walk for you.
Evesham Country Park
As a dog walker in Worcester it’s always nice to find a spot where you can let your pup enjoy a game of fetch and really stretch their legs. With a variety of orchards and open fields, as well as riverside areas to enjoy, there is plenty to take in here. Very popular with dog walkers and pups alike you’re likely to meet a few friends along the way if your dog likes to swim.
Where to eat in Worcester with your dog
The Anchor Inn & Boathouse
Dogs will be provided with bowls of water as well as ear ruffles. Pups are allowed in the snug as well as outside and will be welcomed with open arms. Roast dinners come well recommended as do the breakfasts (depending what time you make a visit). Gorgeous views of the canal can be enjoyed on the terrace if the weather is nice.
If you’re looking after someone’s dog in Worcester and would like to tuck into a hearty breakfast alongside your furry companion then why not head to Clockwatchers. They offer a varied menu and your pup is welcome to join you inside which is pretty wagtastic.
The Cardinal’s Hat
If you’d like to extend your stay in Worcester, why not head to The Cardinal’s Hat where your pup will be allowed to sleep over too! Located in the centre of Worcester, with a varied menu and a lovely beer garden this makes for a lovely afternoon stop off with your four legged friend.
Diglis House & Restaurant
Another possible place to stay with your pooch in Worcester is the Diglis House Hotel & Restaurant. With views over the River Severn, this restaurant welcomes friendly pups in the gardens, bar and lounge. A range of snacks, lunch or dinner is available as well as water bowls for thirsty pups.
Local vets in Worcester
If you’re walking someone’s dog in Worcester it’s always nice to know where your nearest vet is located. Henwick Vets operate an open surgery so no appointment is necessary and they are open Monday - Saturday. They also offer home visits, which can be booked over the phone.
Severn Veterinary Centre
Offering a friendly and personal service, Severn Veterinary Practice are happy to offer consultations as well as emergency care. Their practice is extremely modern and their services range from x-rays and ultrasounds to blood tests and neutering.
Pet shops in Worcester
An independent family business specialising in natural food and treats as well having a professional grooming area and their very own doggie deli! They also have a dog boutique stocked with goodies for pups with special treats like cards, gifts and pet friendly wrapping, you’ll almost definitely find something pawsome.
Pets at Home
Whether it’s a book on pupcare or some treats for a well behaved pooch, you’ll find them all here. There is a range of food and toys on offer and your pup is welcome to shop with you at Pets at Home so he can even sniff out his own treat!