Brighton and Hove Doggy Services

If you are thinking of bringing your dog with you on holiday, Brighton and Hove should be your first choice! Here is a list of who can look after your furry friends whilst your here and a few things you can do and places you can go with them.

Our close friends Tom and Adam run ‘The Little Doggy Daycare’ located in Portslade, so just outside of central Brighton and Hove. At just £18.50 per day per dog, for a whole days care. They also offer 25% off for block booking or for owners with multiple dogs. To check availability and to book a space for your pooch ring 07707940084/07795561302. This is perfect for those visiting Brighton and Hove and have a few days with plans that do not cater for dogs. This means that your can bring your dog on holiday with you, but not feel restricted if there is something you was wanting to do that isn’t necessary dog-friendly. 

We also would like to recommend a dog walker, Cindy, who we use regularly. To arrange a booking, please call 07725496306. Prices start from just £10 for two hours. Cindy also collects the dog from you and will drop the dog back to you.

When visiting Brighton and Hove, especially Hove, taking your dogs for a walk along Hove Lawns and the Promenade is a must. With views along the south coast and plenty of places to stop off to grab a bite to eat, you can really do it any time of the year.

The Better Half pub is a great example, located on Hove Place, just a couple of minutes walk from Hove Lawns. Very dog-friendly, with a lovely outside area, is one of the most suitable for those holidaying with their dogs. Check out their website at

Hove Park is probably the best park in Hove to walk your dog, it’s a huge park central to Hove, with plenty of space for your pups to run around. This is perfect for tiring them out if you plan on being out for a few hours. Devils Dyke is also a fantastic place for dog walkers and adventurers, with lengthy views across the South Downs.

Stanmer Park is also perfect for dog walkers, especially those staying closer to Brighton, than Hove. A beautiful park, with the Proud Country House situated at the back, which is of course dog friendly. Check out their website at

In general, Brighton and Hove is a very dog friendly city, so if you were going to bring your dog with you on holiday, why not let it be Brighton and Hove. If you are thinking of visiting Brighton and Hove for a short break in the future, why not check out our website to see if our dog-friendly holiday lets are available and suitable for you, or give us a call at 01273 911213. Also, check out the picture of Teddy, Westbeach Properties mascot!



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