Fancy somewhere to have brunch, lunch, or dinner that your dog can attend as well? The café, the brainchild of a New Zealand couple who bring to their food a distinctive antipodean twist, revolves around an offering of craft beer, good coffee, homemade burgers and sausages, house Habanero ketchup, vegan options, spicy Kiwi mince on toast and a dream weekend brunch.
Not only are people who live locally with dogs visiting these businesses more often but also more people across Scotland are visiting Perth and the surrounding areas for the day knowing that so many places will welcome them with their dog and they don't have the worry or hassle of having to leave them at home.
Kick back with a coffee and your doggo beside gorgeous water views. There are allocated dog dining areas alfreso and their Doggy Num Num menu Doggy Daycare also inlcudes, pupsicles, carob choc drops even doggy beer by the Beerdog Brewhouse All proceeds go towards the local dog rescue association.
Usually the dog-friendly areas are carefully restricted and separate from the 'non-dog' dining areas as not all patrons are animal lovers. Our business allows dogs into cafe to enjoy special foods and signature coffee which are home-made to serve not only for human but also for dogs.
In particular, their city of Perth combines the best of all worlds, with amazing pet-friendly beaches, coastal walks and a relaxed cafe culture. Mandurah, dogs are welcome at many beaches in Mandurah, click here for more information. Dogs are more than welcome to enjoy the sunshine out on the front deck of this heritage listed building.
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. Located righted on Cottesloe Beach front it offers spectacular views, organic wine and food. Their Doggy Num Yum's à la carte menu is sure to be a hit with your pooch, and their alfresco areas will provide your pup with some much-needed shade during Perth's summer months.
South Beach is your best bet for a calm beach with very little swell, making it perfect for pups that aren't quite used to the water yet. Dog Cafe is a new kind of business and is the first one in Perth, this means there are few competitors whereas there are many dog lovers in Perth.
Superb beaches of snow white sand and crystal blue waters, dogs allowed. Enjoy a coffee and sweet treat with your dog in the outside dining area. Whether you're looking for a casual cafe breakfast or lunch on the veranda or a fine dining restaurant experience at dinner, the team at White Salt Cafe and Restaurant endeavour to deliver you an experience to remember.
Over the past few years Perth has become more and more dog friendly with many shops, cafes, pubs and even hotels welcoming our four legged companions. Cute vintage cafe with resident ducks to delight the kids, dogs very welcome. Our cafe is truly dog friendly (and friendly to any other furbaby that can be placed on a leash or kept in a pet carrier) and situated in the northern suburbs of Perth, Western Australia.
The shallows are great for dogs that enjoy a swim, and you can wander from here all the way to Fremantle. The park is dog-friendly, but it's requested that dogs are kept away from the wetlands - but fear not, there are ample well marked areas to roam free.
Casa Bianchi allows dogs and it is the most wonderful, eclectic cafe and garden set-up. Their small café-bar welcomes dogs with water bowls and treats, and it's possible as you sup on your pint, to take a snoop through their giant window to the microbrewery and see how your pint of raspberry cream ale or your Weekend Hooker is made.
The beach + amazing food = a happy dog and a happy you. In seaside towns you can find local cafes or catering vans which will sell fresh winkles. Beachside caravan park located in Horrocks with large, grassy sites. Gill Street Cafй in Mosman Park, The Pickled Fig in South Fremantle, Blue Waters in Cottesloe, and Benny's Bar and Cafй in Fremantle all have water bowls readily available and are quite happy for patrons to bring their dogs with them.