Petersfield lies in an area of outstanding natural beauty within the South Downs National Park. This lovely market town is easily accessible via the A3 and A272 and sits on the main London Waterloo to Portsmouth railway line.
Petersfield was part of an area known as Mapledurham, which is mentioned in the Domesday book. Bronze Age and Iron Age burial mounds can still be found on the heath which stretches for 69 acres around Heath pond; here you can hire a boat during the summer months and enjoy picturesque walks all year round.
A statue of King William III can be found in the town square which is surrounded by a variety of national and independent shops and eateries.
The Queen Elizabeth Country Park is a paradise for families and dogs!
Our shop is situated on the high street between the square and Heath pond and is packed with a great assortment of pre-loved unique items and dog friendly goodies.
Our fun and friendly team invites you to visit!
Where to park
Free parking is situated at the back of the shop, with easy access from car to our donation point located between the vets and the M&S.
Nearest rehoming centre