Health & Hygiene

Safe, Enclosed Dog Walking Fields Near Me

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Written by Reena Bakir

Looking for a secure and enclosed dog walking field away from the rush of busy parks and crowded streets? Want to let your pup run wild without the fear of them running into areas they shouldn’t?

Dog Walking Fields helps you find public fields as well as indoor areas across the UK for all your dog walking needs.

What They Do

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Dog Walking Fields offers a database of safe and enclosed dog walking fields near you, based on your specified postcode. The areas listed include:

  • Private hire fields
  • Enclosed private hire indoor spaces
  • Public Parks with enclosed dog play areas
  • Indoor dog training barns
  • Daycare centers with facilities for hire
  • Equestrian arenas for fire for dog exercising

Price Range

Prices may range anywhere between £3 for 30 minutes to £10, depending on each specific listing.

Some listing may only offer hourly bookings, and can vary from £7 to £200.

Perks of Enclosed Dog Walking Fields

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Enclosed fields provide a safe and controlled environment where your dog can walk off the lead. This offers better opportunities for special training activities, such as reactivity, agility or recall training. It also offers dog walkers the peace of mind of being away from the hassle of other people and pets.

Finding A Dog Walking Field Near You

Here’s how you can use this service to ease your mind and give your pet the peaceful and private walking experience they deserve!

Step 1: Visit the website’s Find A Field page

Step 2: Type in your postcode, select a radius and press search. All listed fields should appear on the left

Step 3: Click “+ View More” to show the pin on the map

Step 4: Click on the blue field name to read more information about each property

Find A Dog Walking Field Near You

For any further inquiries, visit the site’s Frequently Asked Questions page!

About the author

Reena Bakir

Reena Bakir is a passionate student, writer and animal lover who is a regular contributor to Chelsea Dogs.

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