Butler Dog and Cat Boarding
Butler is a suburb belonging to the City of Wanneroo, and is rich in cultural and historical significance. It was named in honour of John Butler who first discovered the Wanneroo and Lake Joondalup areas in 1834.
Butler is quite a pleasant suburb for families to settle in with stunning beaches on one side and the Neerabup National Park on the other. The City of Wanneroo has made enjoying the outdoors with our dogs even easier with almost 1,000 bins in more than 280 active parks and dog beaches.
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Exercise your Dog
The best thing about coastal living is that the dog exercise areas cover both beaches and grassed areas! Remember to check for signs to enjoy the most of this experience.
The following are the closest designated beach reserves:
- Part of Quinns Rocks Beach, Quinns Rocks, north from Tapping Way.
- Part of Yanchep Beach, Yanchep, south from the northern end of Compass Park.
- Part of Two Rocks Beach, Two Rocks, south of the southern groyne.
These dog parks include dog waste bag dispensers and bins:
- Kingsbridge Park, Butler
- Brigantine Park, Jindalee
- Jindalee Beach Foreshore Reserve, Jindalee
- Addison Park, Merriwa
- Dalvick Park, Merriwa
- Belhaven Park, Quinns Rocks
- Gumblossom Park, Quinns Rocks
- Mid Quinns Rocks Foreshore, Quinns Rocks
- North Quinns Rocks Foreshore, Quinns Rocks
- Queenscliffe Park, Quinns Rocks
- Ridgewood Park, Ridgewood
Finally, please note that dogs are not allowed in Neerabup National Park. With plenty of other options available
Pet-friendly Cafes Nearby
Blue Vue Cafe (Quinns Rocks) is a leisurely 900m walk from the Quinns Rocks Dog exercise beach, where relaxing with your furry friends is highly recommended! Great views of the amazing blue ocean, delectable coffee served daily, and several varieties of ‘Barking Bickies’ for your pooch to choose from completes the experience.
Union Kitchen (Mindarie) pulls out all the dog-friendly stops with dog beds, water, and a dedicated dog menu featuring Puppycinos, Mutt Shakes, Doggy treats, and even cool Pupsicles for your spoiled pooch! This café is open daily and lets you get some quality time in with your fur baby while overlooking the water’s edge. We hear the human treats are pretty good too!
Local Vet Services
Butler locals trust Brighton Vet for honest advice in all aspects of caring for their pet’s wellbeing.
West Coast Pet Care Centre
Your local and best dog training and pet boarding centre is located only 19 minutes from Butler, offering a safe and friendly environment for all your fur baby’s needs.
Our dog and cat boarding services are well-known for the individualised care and attention for your pet, including attractions such as country hikes, TVs in the deluxe cat suites, and special treats designed for furry tummies!
Deciding who to leave your pet with is not an easy decision, so we invite you to take a tour of our facilities and meet the team.