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Dog Groomer Essex near me

Tired of searching for a ‘dog groomer in Essex near me’? Well, search no more, TrimPet has got you covered. If you’re looking for door-to-door mobile dog grooming service near me in Essex and surrounding areas, you’ve come to the right place. Here at TrimPet, our local groomers come to you to provide the perfect pet grooming service. Say goodbye to long drives and interruptions to your day… instead, enjoy the dog grooming Essex experience, from the comfort of your own home! We all know how dirty our furry friends can get, so our expert mobile pet groomers are fully qualified, insured, and experienced in grooming a variety of breeds to ensure your pet is guaranteed an exceptional dog grooming Lincoln experience. Bath, Wash, Trim… whatever it may be, TrimPet Mobile Grooming is only a click of a button away!

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Where can I go with my dog in Essex?

Essex is extremely exciting for your floppy-eared friends, there are so many dog-friendly attractions to whet your appetite, such as nature reserves, parks, amusement parks, beaches, pubs, restaurants, hotels and inns.

 

What outdoor attractions allow dogs in Essex?

There are a wide range of open spaces and nature reserves where dogs are allowed. Essex has various woods and forests such as Epping Forest, Hatfield Forest and Garnetts Wood. There are also beautiful river and lake walks in the county including The Naze, Danbury Lakes, Wivenhoe Trail and Mersea. The National Trust and English Heritage run various sites where dog walkers are welcome like Copthall Marshes, Rayleigh Mount, Northey Island, Tilbury Fort and Audley House & Gardens.

 

Where can we eat and drink with our dog in Essex?

There are so many lovely pubs and restaurants in Essex which will welcome your dogs as you relax and enjoy a rest and refreshments, you will find they are often in close proximity to well known dog walking areas, for example close to Epping Forest you will find The Forest Gate Inn, by Danbury Commons you have The Cricketers Arms and The Anchor. You can also bring your dog to various cafes and restaurants in Essex, top of our list is Sara’s Tea Garden in Leigh-on-Sea, run by true dog lovers they will always make a fuss of you and your pet.

 

Where can we stay the night with our dogs in Essex?

Best rated is the 4 star Greyfriars in Colchester which is beautifully furnished and their restaurant is Michelin recommended. Another highly rated premises is the delightful Ivy Todd Cottage guest house in Dedham, this thatched roof property has free parking, free WIFI, satellite television and a country garden for relaxation. For budget stays you could try the Campanile Restaurant and Hotel near Basildon where rooms start at only £35 per night, ther is a bar and lounge, terraces and gardens and laundry services are available (we all know how mucky a country walk can get!). You may prefer camping or glamping such as at Lee Wick Farm Cottages & Glamping in St Osyth, Clacton-on-Sea, there’s plenty to see and do in the area as 115 buildings in the village are listed as Historic, including the 1121 built Priory ruins and with all the lovely beaches and country walks close by, the area is literally doggy heaven.

 

Which beaches allow dogs in Essex and do the rules change throughout the year?

There are many beaches to choose from in Essex but the rules do vary from place to place depending on the time of year in some of them. All year round dogs are allowed at (in order from south to north coast): Canvey Island Thorney Bay, Osea Island, West Mersea, St Osyth, Mersea Stone, The Naze and finally Irsam’s Beach. With all other essex beaches you should check as the rules change throughout the year.

 

Where in Essex can I take the dog and let it off the lead?

Hylands Park in Chelmsford is perfect, with 574 acres your dog can run free to its hearts content, next up is The Weald country park, with free parking, a cafe and over 500 acres this place is ideal doggy territory.

What private enclosed dog parks are there in Essex?
You really are spoilt for choice with numerous dedicated dog parks and play areas in Essex starting with Thorndon Country Park near Brentford, with a dog agility course, free parking, children’s play area and The Gruffalo Trail, public toilets and much more this really is one not to miss. Bark Park in Danbury is totally enclosed so perfect for pooches who may run off and get lost but still has plenty of room to run around.

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