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Brighton has been rated among the top 10 cities in the UK to own a dog in, according to new research.

Raw dog food brand ProDog Raw has carried out an extensive study across a range of factors that matter most to dogs and their owners.

Factors include the number of vets by population, the number of dog trainers by population, the number of pet supplies stores by population and the average size of private gardens.

Additionally, the size, average proximity and the number of users of its parks were also taken into consideration by ProDog Raw.

The Argus: Factors such as the average size and proximity of parks were considered in the research

The Argus: Factors such as the average size and proximity of parks were considered in the research

Factors such as the average size and proximity of parks were considered in the research (Image: Canva)

Each city was awarded points depending on how well it was fared in those categories to produce a final ranking.

Where did Brighton place on the list?

Brighton ranked in seventh place on the list scoring best for the average size of private gardens, the number of pet supplies stores by population, the number of dog trainers by population, the number of dog-friendly pubs by population and a low score on how congested the roads are.

The top 10 UK cities for owning a dog in are as follows:

1. Nottingham

2.Newcastle

3. Bristol

4.Liverpool

5. Preston

6. Reading

7.Brighton

8.Glasgow

9. Leicester

10. Southampton

Heidi Maskelyne, CEO of ProDog Raw, said: “All dog owners want the best for their pets, which usually means having good access to a variety of places to exercise them, pamper them, care for health needs, feed them and of course to just enjoy their company and socialise.

“Our in-depth research dived deep into all sorts of data to find out which large, urban areas cater best when it comes to those things and we think we’ve put together the ultimate guide to dog-friendly cities as a result.”

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