London for Dogs features over 120 ideas for things to do with your dog in the city.
Organised around each borough from North to South, East to West, there’s something to discover whether you want to be surprised by a gem just round the corner or fancy exploring somewhere further afield.
Including pubs, cafes and restaurants that welcome dogs with enthusiasm; find the best places to enjoy a quiet hour or meet up with friends, and maybe even discover your new local.
As well as London’s more obvious green spaces, this guide will also highlight unsung parks, such as the lovely Hilly Fields in South East London. There’ll also be suggestions of weekend activities such as the Lee Valley dog agility course, which includes jumps, hoops and a high walk.
For less energetic things to do on the weekends, the guide will also cover behaviourists, groomers and quirky dog boutiques where you can treat your pooch to everything from handmade treats to tweed dog collars.
Looking to escape city life for a day? The guide also includes inspiration for short trips away, as well as top ten lists for those pushed for time.
Whether you’re a resident Londoner looking for new dog-friendly inspiration, or a visitor hoping to navigate the city with your four-legged friend, London for Dogs will transform your experience of London.
Featuring contributions from journalist and broadcaster Kate Spicer, food writer Debora Robertson and founder of Lily’s Kitchen Pet Food, Henrietta Morrison.