Dog Friendly pubs in Manchester

We are a city obsessed with our canine friends, but with plenty of us enjoying the great Manchester nightlife - surely our dogs should be able to have fun too? Well luckily for Manchester pooches, the city is one pro-pup place. There are lots of dog friendly pubs and bars in Manchester, from cafe bars and cool and quirky bars to local pubs and great beer gardens. So next time you're parched with your pup, there's no need to take the little guy home. Check out our list of the best Manchester bars and pubs that will welcome your (well-behaved) mutt with open paws. 

Last updated on 13th November 2019

BrewDog Manchester

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It's all in the name, really. One of the most pooch friendly establishments in the city, we doubt you'll find anything other than beers and four legged friends at Brewdog. A craft beer bar where a pan of water comes for best man's friend as standard, take your buddy down and enjoy some quality time together.

The Horse and Jockey

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In the past, The Horse and Jockey has been named the most canine-friendly pub in Britain! With dog shows a plenty throughout the year as well as a great range of doggie treats and doggie beer available at the bar; your pooch  bound to make plenty of friends at this Chorlton pub which is always frequented by doggie lovers and their furry friends.

The Beagle

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Named after a breed of dog; The Beagle is a lovely dog-friendly haven with plenty seats and cosy corners for you and your pooch to relax after a lovely walk around Chorlton. With staff on hand to provide fresh water and plenty of dog lovers frequenting the pub; it's the perfect place to relax with your furry companion.

For the ultimate in countryside doggie pubs, head over to Jackson's Boat where they take dog-friendly to a whole new level. With dog shows a plenty and a huge outdoor beer garden perfect for your pooch to relax outside on a warm day. They also have a great variety of doggie snacks as well as their doggie beer if your pooch prefers a tipple or two!