The average dog excretes three-fourths of a pound of waste per day — or 274 pounds of waste per year. However, not in Avenue Gardens at Regent’s Park!
Avery Hill Park Rose Garden
Because the sweet scent of roses is the only thing you would want to smell in a rose garden, right?
Did you know that there are DNA tests for dog poo? The samples are sent through the mail (Poop through the mail!) to find out which dog was the evildoer. Sounds like a lot of work, so we just enjoy our dog-free English Gardens.
Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Park
You will find many different species of birds and bugs at the Ecology Park, but none of them will be circling around dog poo.
Pembroke Lodge and Gardens
Nothing can destroy a relaxing stroll in the park more than dog poo sticking onto your shoe! No need to worry about that at this dog-free area.
We all know the Queen loves her furry friends, but no one wants to see that.
Queen Mary’s Gardens
There’s just nothing royal about dog poo, and that’s why we don’t want it in Queen Mary’s Gardens.
Our furry friends don’t like their own poop and will intentionally avoid it. We don’t like it either, so we avoid it by enjoying a poo-free Shrewsbury Park.
St John’s Lodge Gardens
Here is a treasure of a park for you with open space, filled with colourful flower beds and ancient trees, but not with annoying dog dirt!
We are certain about one thing at Twinkle Park; you won’t find a twinkle of smelly dog poo there!
Well Hall Pleasaunce
Trees need water and not urine or dog poop. And neither do we!
Wilderness Deer Park
You may catch a sight of some wild deer in Greenwich’s Wilderness Deer Park, but definitely not of wild dogs.
Many dog owners haven’t realised that there isn’t a dog poo fairy. At Wildlife Gardens, you will be safe of nasty businesses.
‘Please do not empty your dog here’. Woodland Gardens is to enjoy relaxing picnics without an added aroma no one wishes for.