West London’s dog friendly pubs

Spring is upon us and that means two things – more country walks with our beloved friends and more opportunities to sample new pubs. Here we have a collection of the best pubs in West London that will welcome you and your dog.

The Builders Arms (13 Britten Street, Chelsea, SW3 3TY)

Friendly staff make your visit to the Builders Arms a pleasant one 

This gastropub is positioned a stone’s throw away from St Luke’s Church in Chelsea. It provides bowls and biscuits for your dog to enjoy.


The Fox (Green Lane, Hanwell, W7 2PJ)

This pub pampers your pooch on arrival 

A family-run pub that is dog located near the Grand Union Canal and also Osterley Park – the home of the Great British Dog Walk. It has won CAMRA’s West Middlesex pub of the year six times in the last decade. Dog bowls outside the front door give your canine an instant reason to like this place.


The Brown Dog (28 Cross St, Barnes, SW13 0AP)


The pub’s sign is a man walking his dog


The clue’s in the name! Situated near the River Thames and also close to Richmond Park. The pub even has its own dog named Willow. This place gets very busy all year round so if you’ve come for some food as well as a pint, we suggest booking a table in advance.


The Crabtree (Rainville Road, Fulham, W6 9HA) 

The Crabtree has plenty to offer dog owners

 An iconic pub that you’ll find between the Hammersmith and Putney bridges on the Thames. It’s also very close to Fulham Football Club at Craven Cottage. New guest ales feature regularly and you can enjoy them whilst taking in a beautiful view of the river.


The Anglers (3 Broom Road, Teddington, TW11 9NR)

It welcomes dogs in with open paws 

Another historic riverside pub that opened way back in the mid 18th century. Complete with a massive garden and an outdoor bar so you can relax in the sun with your pooch and a pint! Not far from Twickenham and Kingston, it also offers a mooring spot if you come by boat!


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