Have a pint with your pooch at these five dog-friendly bars in Edinburgh

A pug and a pint
A pug and a pint
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IT’S tempting, when taking the dog for a walk on these balmy summer evening to stop off for a pint on the way.

Here, courtesy of Dog Buddy Blog are five of the best dog friendly pubs in the Capital.

Now you know where to stop off...

The Earl of Marchmont

Marchmont Crescent

VOTED top hotspot in the DogBuddy Dog-Friendly Pub Awards, a dog-friendly menu includes complimentary treats and Snuffle Dog Beer, a no-alcohol brew exclusively for four-legged friends.

Henricks Bar

Barclay Place

GREAT for both humans and their pets. Dog-friendly details include doggy treats and different sized water bowls for different sized dogs. On sunny days, grab a spot in the beer garden where the canopy will keep your dog cool.

The Cramond Inn

Cramond Village

THIS dog-loving sanctuary has an open fire for drying off those sandy paws and plenty of tables in cosy corners. Dogs are made very welcome and can even be spotted propping up the bar, hoping for a doggy treat or two.

Esplanade Bar & Restaurant

Bath Street

THE Espy as it’s known by the locals, is a home from home gastropub that delights dogs and their owners. Dogs are allowed at their owners’ sides in the ‘doggy lounge’ with a separate area for dog-free diners.

Water bowls are offered on arrival and their ‘Dug friendly’ door sign makes even the most nervous pup feel welcome.

Hamilton’s

Hamilton Place

IN the heart of Stockbridge you’ll find staff ready to give a water bowl and high-paw to any four-legged friends. Dog lovers can eat in the bar area with their pooch at their side.

For more dog-friendly venues in and around the Capital check out the blog at https://uk.dogbuddy.com/dog-sitters-edinburgh