Dog Friendly Places in Fleetwood

Dog Friendly Places in Fleetwood

Do you take your four legged friend with you everywhere that you go? If you do, you’ll want to know where the dog friendly places in Fleetwood are. Many dog owners do like to take their furbaby with them when they go day tripping and sightseeing. They’re part of the family and you love them!

Dog Friendly Places in Fleetwood

Please note: Some of these businesses have been directly in touch with Visit Fleetwood. Details for others have been supplied by the general public*. This list has been published in good faith. If in doubt please check.

– Affinity Lancashire – you can take dogs into the centre and many of the individual shops

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– Chequers Cafe (please sit in the corner)

– Ferry Cafe

– Fleetwood Market

– Frankie and Bronnies, rear of Fleetwood market

– Log Cabin Cafe, at the seafront near the Sea Cadets

– North Euston Hotel, (in the room to the left of the bar)

– Quay Cuts – barbers shop

– Rossall Tavern – Larkholme Parade

– RSPCA shop

– Skye’s Deli and Coffee Shop – Fleetwood Market

– Tasty Bite Cafe – Adelaide Street

– The Bug, Lord Street

– The Dog Shop and Cats 2, Poulton Street

– The Mount, on The Esplanade

– The Steamer, Dock Street

The Strawberry Gardens (Vaults only)

– Unique, Lord Street

Dog Friendly Fylde Coast

Around the Fylde Coast there are a number of businesses who will allow you to come onto their premises with your dog.

Find out about other dog friendly places on the Fylde Coast.

We know where a few of them are and they’re listed on this page. But there must be many more.

So if you know of somewhere else that isn’t on this list please get in touch and tell us. We want to know of shops, public buildings, hotels and more.

Responsible Owners

The majority of dog owners are responsible and the average dog does much less damage in a shop than a wilful child with an ice cream!

After all, carried or walking, most people would only take their dog onto commercial premises if they knew that they could be trusted. You just wouldn’t show yourself up in public if you know your dog is likely to do something it shouldn’t in the middle of a shop.

Remember, there’s no such thing as a bad dog – only bad owners!

* these shops are believed to allow dogs at the time of publication. If in doubt please check first.

Benefits of being a Dog Friendly business

There are over 8 million dogs in the UK. That’s a considerable amount of pets, with mums and dads who could all be spending money in your business.

Find out about becoming a Dog Friendly business

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    Some of the places to eat are listed as dog friendly on here but once one looks at Tripadvisor reviews it turns out some are not really dog friendly.

    For a place to be dog friendly one should be able to dine in any of the eating areas and not be restricted to certain parts as a dog owner who also has a wife with me in a wheelchair being true dog friendly is important as some restrictions usually land up wit those parts being inaccessible.

    Please revise your list and only have true dog friendly places on it as there is nothing worst then turning up to a lukewarm dog friendly establishment.

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      The information provided is to our best knowledge, compiled with details sent in by businesses and the public.

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