Stroud is the most pet-friendly place to live in the south west

Three Gloucestershire towns have been named as some of the pet-friendliest places to live in the south west, with Stroud taking the top spot.

Three of Gloucestershire’s towns and cities have been named in the top 10 most pet-friendly places to live in the south west – with Stroud taking the top spot.

With the highest number of groomers and training centres for pets, as well as homes that are above-average in size, the Gloucestershire market town is perfect for pampered pooches.

Stroud also ranks as the sixth most pet-friendly place to live in the UK, out of 133 locations, making it into the top 10 for property size and the top 20 for training centres, pet-friendly restaurants and pet-friendly days out.

Tewkesbury was the second most pet-friendly place to live in the south west with Gloucester ranking fourth.

The data was compiled by WeBuyAnyHome comparing facilities for pets with average house prices.

By Sophie Flowers


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Thursday 17 June 2021

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