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Welcome to Dog Friendly Perthshire

Dog Friendly Perthshire is the dog owners guide to the numerous dog friendly places to eat, stay and things to do in Perth and the surrounding area of Perthshire.

Perthshire really is THE dog friendly capital of Scotland.

Perthshire, our beautiful part of Scotland, has long been famous for its breath-taking scenery. With acres of fantastic forests, gorgeous glens, magnificent mountains and rushing rivers it’s the perfect destination for you and your four-legged best friend to explore together.

Scotland is also known for its warm welcome, and on the following pages you’ll find a list of businesses who passionately believe that when you are ready for a bite to eat, a wander round the shops, or a place to rest your head at the end of your day – your dog shouldn’t be left out in the cold.

Once the ancient capital of Scotland, Perthshire is determined to reclaim its crown – as the Dog Friendly Capital of Scotland.

Our Featured Listings

The Longhouse

The Longhouse is a truly unique and stylish 5 star property and we are so excited to be adding it to our portfolio.  The owners of this beautiful home have a real eye for detail and amazing taste. They have lovingly created a vintage mid century style and the end result even had our Visit…

Tay Beach East

Tay Beach East is a truly luxurious 5 star house. It sleeps 8 and is dog friendly.  There are 4 spacious bedrooms all with luxury en-suites with power showers, as well as a steam room.  The bright and spacious open plan living space has doors leading out onto the large balcony, with breath-taking views of…

Brazen Stoat

Brazen Stoat is centered around family. We specialize in personalised, embroidered accessories for adults, children and pets. All designs are available across each range so if you want to look amazing and match with your squad you can! We value the hard work and dedication of small and medium sized independent businesses which is why…

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Croft Na Coille Coach House

We are incredibly lucky to have so many beautiful areas to explore and stay in Perthshire with our dogs, with a particular favourite of ours being the picturesque Highland Perthshire town of Pitlochry. Pitlochry ticks many boxes for being so dog friendly, especially with having beautiful walks like Faskally Forest, the Linn of Tummel or…

Paws at the Palace

We have been quite busy the past few months to bring you our largest dog friendly event to date and I’m so excited to finally be able to reveal all to you. Dog Friendly Perthshire in partnership with Scone Palace are proud to bring you Paws at the Palace!!! Paws at the Palace will feature…

Scone Palace, a paw-some option for four-legged friends this Winter

Scone Palace, one of Scotland’s favourite visitor attractions, has invited its paw-some four-legged visitors – and their owners – to come indoors to warm up after a walk in the grounds during the cold winter months. Recently named one of the most pet-friendly places to visit in the world, Scone Palace is a popular spot…

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Linda J Brown’s getting to that time of year where the brightly coloured, festive looking dog treats appear on the shelves. We again issue the warning we give every year and beg you to avoid them for the safety of your dogs..........
With Christmas fast approaching and lots of new puppy owners we thought we would share this again, we know most of you know they are bad, but often people who don’t own dogs will buy your dog/puppy a present for Christmas and these look fun.... they are NOT! If you get any, bin them. DO NOT give them to your dogs or puppy’s. PLEASE LEAVE THEM IN THE SHOPS
The vast majority of these rawhide products and treats come from China. Their journey starts with the hides being soaked in a toxic sodium sulphide to remove the hair and fat. More chemicals are used in order to split the hide into layers which is then washed with hydrogen peroxide to give the white "pure" look and remove the rancid smell. Then come the pretty festive colours and the glue to form cute shapes. They regularly cause intestinal blockages and choking. The chews go slippery when wet and are near impossible to get hold of to save a choking dog.
Please be safe with your dogs!
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Danielle Robertson


Does anyone know of any good spots to take photos of my puppy in Perth or Perthshire areas?

Thank you!
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Mike Sime

Wondering if any dog walkers found a peugeot car key on the north inch. Lost this afternoon. ... See MoreSee Less

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Today I was gifted the most amazing cake for my birthday!

A huge huge thank you to my husband and the extremely talented Rozy from Cake 32 for my very own Baxter cake! 🐶❤️🐾

Cake 32
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This time of year it’s slippy underfoot while walking your dog 😂😂😂😂😂 ... See MoreSee Less

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