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  • Spring Dog walks: Wonderful dog walks in Surrey and London


With Spring on the way we are all feeling a bit more excited about getting outside more, and this is especially true for our dogs as well! Our dogs love nothing more than their walks, not only do they enjoy the exercise, they find in excitement in the new surroundings and most importantly they love the bonding time with you. Why not treat your dog to a new walking location one Spring weekend by visiting some of our favourite locations in the Surrey and London areas?

Top dog walking locations in Surrey and London:

Laleham Park – TW18 1SS

Laleham Park, Staines-Upon-Thames, has a huge open park where dogs can run free and play fetch. There is also a river where children can feed ducks, geese and swans.

Painshill Park –  KT11 1JE

Painshill Park in Cobham is a 158-acre woodland and perfect for those dogs who enjoy a more gentle stroll, as all dogs are required to stay on lead during their visit.

 Priory Park – RH2 7RL

Based in Reigate, Priory Park has various shorter walks perfect for young puppies who are still finding their feet and building up to bigger walks.

Wimbledon Common 

A favourite with many of the VIP’s dog walkers and a great place for dogs who love socialising with other dogs. There are also various dog friendly cafes located around for when you feel the need for a bite of lunch.

Crystal Palace Park – SE19 2GA

Where else can your dogs walk among Dinosaurs? The Dinosaurs of Crystal Palace have graced the park since 1854, making it a fun walk for all the family.

Greenwich Park – SE10 8XJ

Like a few of London’s parks, Greenwich Park is home to some beautiful deer, however in Greenwich, they are enclosed to ensure safety of both the deer and your dog. The park also boasts magnificent views of the city from the top of the hill.

These are just a few of our favourite walking spaces across Surrey and London, please feel free to share yours in the comments! When walking your dogs during the warmer months always remember to keep them safe and stay cautious of heat stroke, more tips for keeping your pets safe in the summer can be found here. 

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