Get a slice of the action and celebrate National Pizza Day with your pooch by your side. We’ve found 14 tasty dog friendly pizza places, for you and your pooch to enjoy.
Wet Dog Pizza Co is a quirky, family run pizzeria, situated in the beautiful seaside town of Newquay, Cornwall. Using the finest local ingredients, the pizzas present a new, delicious twist on the classics!
They are very dog friendly, with fluffy dog mats for your pooch to lounge in comfort, freshly made pizzas for dogs and even a Bottom Sniffer dog beer or an individual bottle of Pawsecco for your pooch.
Wood fired, French style pizzeria and bakery. Serving artisan breads, pizzas, speciality coffee and natural wine and Irish craft beers. They love when your doggy visits them. Pooches are allowed inside with you and will be spoiled!
Serving a collection of sourdough pizzas and freshly made pasta. The pizzas have big airy crusts and they also specialise in an incredible range of local craft beers and wines to go alongside them. This laid back place, welcome our furry pals with fresh water and plenty of treats.
Manchester, Leeds, Liverpool and Birmingham
Rudy’s Pizza has three locations, two in Manchester, one in Liverpool, one in Leeds and one in Birmingham. This independent Neapolitan Pizzeria is a laid-back, neighbourhood pizzeria. They follow the true traditions and artistry of pizza from Naples – the birthplace of pizza.
Dog’s are welcome in all of Rudy’s pizzerias.
Now with four locations, Sodo Pizza is a classic go-to. Their sourdough pizzas are so pretty and precise, filled with fresh ingredients. Perfect for that Instagram snap, before you devour it in one go.
It offers both outdoor and indoor seating both completely Furiendly!
A cocktail menu filled with intricate and colourful tipples, all lovingly designed to accompany the mouth-watering pizzas available. Ply serves big, puffy, fluffy, Neapolitan-style pizzas finished with some pretty quirky toppings. Dog’s are always welcome in this friendly dough dealer!
Don’t miss out on this small, friendly pizzeria in Chorlton. Dog’s are always welcome, but it’s recommended to pre-book. They only take cash but you can BYOB (bonus). You, your dog and your friends will always enjoy a wonderful night here.
Dogs are welcome in this award-winning place with fresh water and treats. Dog’s are only allowed in until 5pm when it starts to get very busy, but that gives you plenty of time to enjoy one of their famous, tasty, woodfire pizzas. They also have a beer garden which is perfect for those summer afternoons.
We love this quirky, rustic, dog friendly pizza place. It’s outdoors and almost has a festival feel to it which we love. Don’t be put off that it’s outdoors, they have blankets to wrap you and your pooch up in and outdoor heaters.
The food in this award-winning place (as expected) is incredible, voted in the top 10 of pizzerias outside of London, by the Guardian. There’s always service with a smile in this place. Good food. Good vibes.
Although this quirky pizzeria is only open during the summer months its fantastic food and the unusual setting makes it worth the wait.
The open-air location has a giant tipi in the middle of the premises with large stone fire pits in the centre. It is based on the quay next to the River Teifi in Cardigan and has loads of outdoor seating so its customers can enjoy the beautiful views.
The pizzas are beautifully prepared with plenty of Welsh toppings to enjoy.
This tasty place on Wapping Wharf is super passionate about their sourdough pizzas with a range of Vegan and quirky flavours to boot. These dough dealers, are serious pizza addicts but also dog lovers at heart. Dog’s are always welcome downstairs in the restaurant.
Tony’s Pizza is a great place to to stop in the evening with your pooch for pizza. Tony has set up a little station with doggy treats and a bowl with water for you to take to your table so your pup is fed and watered too. Out the back is a beer garden which has been recently expanded, for you to enjoy your family evening in the summer sun with a signature cocktail or milkshake.
Lost Boys Pizza is the original vampire pizzeria, serving bloody tasty pizza. This Californian Pizzeria has a lot of love for the 80’s.
This place has taken plenty of inspiration from the Frog Brother Comic Book Store in the Lost Boys film. Expect neon, big windows, a brass panel bar top and a wood grain table all against a rich blue palette.
Oh and that’s not forgetting how much they love dogs! They regularly welcome the Dog Friendly Thunder Theatre to perform shows too.
Baked Pizza al Tagio is a relatively new pizza joint in Glasgow! Their speciality is large rectangular Roman-style pizza sold by the slice, known in Italy as pizza al taglio.
Oh, and they don’t just serve Pizza! In-store you can also find freshly baked homemade focaccias, speciality sandwiches and Roman-inspired deep-fried stuffed risotto balls.
Are You A Pizza Fanatic?
Where’s your favourite place to grab a tasty pizza with the pooch? How about making one at home for your pooch? Check out our tasty doggy pizza recipe.