Looking for the top spots to hang out with your dog in Liverpool?

Dogs are everyone’s best friends, aren’t they? No one wants to leave their canine friend at home when they go on a trip, we want to experience a new city with them! Luckily, Liverpool is a super friendly dog city and we know that because we spoke to local dog about the town, Harlee The Dachshund and her owner, about all the dog friendly things they like to do in the city. 

They gave us some of their top places to go but if you want to explore more of the city with your pet pooch check out this blog on all the dog friendly things to do in Liverpool, from eating and drinking to running round the parks. There might even be a few more pictures of Harlee having fun!

Where are your favorite places to eat and drink in Liverpool?

There's so many! Our favourites places to eat are Moose Coffee on Hope Street and Clockworks at Wolstenholme Square. Our most recent favourite is The Bagelry to pick up some delicious doughnuts and bagels! We also love to visit a Starbucks to pick up a puppuccinno and there are plenty in Liverpool (I am not sure if all are dog friendly but they always have outdoor seating). 

We always love visiting the Baltic Market for food and drink and recently discovered a natural dog treats market stall called DABDogs at the Red Brick Vintage Market. Love & Rockets on Lark Lane is also a favourite of ours and they have a lovely outdoor seating area. 

We're looking forward to visiting more bars with outdoor areas over the summer such as the Botanical Gin Garden in the Baltic Triangle or Gusto which has a great view overlooking The Royal Albert Dock.

Where are your favourite places to go on walks in Liverpool?

We love going to Sefton Park and then heading down to Lark Lane for some drinks! We’re also a big fan of going to Abercromby Square in the University of Liverpool and strolling along the Royal Albert Dock.

Where are your favorite places for play time in Liverpool?

Most of the time we let Harlee off the lead in the parks so that she can roam around and play with her tennis ball. As Liverpool is so dog friendly, going to parks in the city allows her to play and socialise with other dogs. It also gives us the opportunity to meet fellow dog lovers!

Check out this blog on some of Liverpool's best green spaces to head with your dog. 

What kind of events do you like to go to in the city?

We have visited events such as the Dachshund Cafe at Yard and Coop and we have also taken Harlee on a stand up paddle boarding experience with Liverpool SUP Co at the Royal Albert Dock. It’s a great opportunity to take in the beautiful views of the city with your dog doing something a bit different. 

At Christmas we went to the Santa Paws event held at the Baltic Market and it was a great way for Harlee and us to make new friends. 

Where are you really looking forward to visiting in Liverpool?

Crosby Tea Rooms have a doggy afternoon tea which we are really interested in and it’s just a short train ride out of the city centre and not far from Crosby Beach too. Brewdog on Colquitt Street hold dog birthday parties which I am very tempted to do for for Harlee's Birthday coming up!

We would also love to visit other parks such as Calderstones or Otterspool too.

What’s your favorite thing about Liverpool?

Our favourite thing about Liverpool is how dog friendly it is and how accessible everything is. We love that there is a wide range of things to do with your dogs in the city; from going out to eat or even bringing your dog shopping as quite a few shops in Liverpool One are dog friendly. There are plenty of things to do so that you never have to leave your dog at home!

We think Harlee and her owner’s suggestions on what to do in Liverpool are amazing and love seeing them out and about in the city. If you want to see more of their adventures go and follow them on Instagram at Harleethedachshund.

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Moose Coffee - Hope Street
Tea Room/Coffee Shop
Moose Coffee - Hope Street

Located on the cultured Hope Street, between our two magnificent Cathedrals, Moose is a little place where everyone comes together to forget about the world outside over a stack of pancakes. A place to catch up, cure hangovers, first dates and business meetings.

Moose Coffee - Dale Street
Tea Room/Coffee Shop
Moose Coffee - Dale Street

Moose Coffee trades on a distinctive offer of an 'Authentic American & Canadian Breakfast Brunch Menu'

The Bagelry
The Bagelry in China Town, serving rainbow bagels and much more.

The holy grail of breakfast, brunch and lunch - The Bagelry in Liverpool's China Town is the epitome of Instagram-able food.

Baltic Market
Cafe / Bar
Small coloured food vendors inside an airy warehouse. There is festoon lighting and people sat at tables and benches.

Liverpool's first ever street food market, Baltic Market situated on the redeveloped Cains Brewery site.

Red Brick Vintage
Red Brick Vintage - shopping with a twist

Not just a ginormous vintage warehouse - it's an experience. A treasure trove of whacky stuff; where you'll find everything from real traffic light fixtures to embellished overcoats fit for an emperor.

Gusto - Albert Dock
Inside Gusto Albert Dock

Gusto is an Italian dining experience, stylish, ambient at the cutting edge of restaurant design. The atmosphere is informal and relaxed with open kitchens where you can watch expert chefs making fresh pizza and pasta, adding an element of theatre.

The Royal Albert Dock
Heritage/Visitor Centre
Royal Liver Bird with twinkling lights

Located on Liverpool’s incredible World Heritage Site waterfront, the Albert Dock structure features the largest collection of Grade I listed buildings in the whole country.

Sefton Park
Parkland/Woodland Garden
Families sit on benches within Sefton Park during Autumn time. The trees have yellow, red and green leaves.

A magnificent 200-acre Park that looks like a natural landscape rather than a man-made park.

'Another Place' by Antony Gormley
A weathered metal statue of a male is in standing in the sand looking out towards the sea. Walking towards the sea

These spectacular sculptures by Antony Gormley are on Crosby beach. Another Place consists of 100 cast-iron, life-size figures spread out along three kilometres of the foreshore, stretching almost one kilometre out to sea.

Calderstones Park
Parkland/Woodland Garden
A large, ornate set of gates to a tree lined walkway. The gates have Liver bird at the centre of each one.

Calderstones Park in Allerton is named after the ancient megaliths situated in the park, which are said to be older than Stonehenge.

Liverpool ONE
Shop/Shopping Centre
Christmas time at Liverpool ONE. A giant reindeer in lights is in the background. There are people dressed as elves in red and green outfits marching

Offers more than 170 famous high street stores, fashion brands, cool independent boutiques, cafés and restaurants to the city centre.