Dogs are part of the family, so it is only natural that you want a dog friendly holiday, and for them to be welcome too. Our blog gives you some ideas of where to holiday in the UK and what sort of holidays are out there for you.
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5 Dog Friendly Places to Visit in Northumberland

Dog friendly Dunstanburgh Castle, Craster

Nobody who owns a dog likes having to leave them at home when enjoying a day out. Unfortunately, there are many places that simply do not allow our furry friends to visit, which makes bringing them along difficult. Thankfully, Northumberland is a county that has many dog-friendly attractions, which is great considering all of the …Continue reading

Dogs Die in Hot Cars

Dogs die in hot cars

Many of us enjoy travelling with our canine companions, but leaving our dogs in the car in the baking summer weather can literally be a death sentence for them. We should all know by now how dangerous it is to leave a dog in a hot car, and yet we still see news stories every …Continue reading

You Don’t Have to Own a Dog to Have a Dog Guard

Dog guards help to keep your luggage safely in the back

Over the 10+ years that we’ve been selling dog guards, more and more of our customers don’t have dogs! Surprising? Not really. The last decade has seen a move away from saloon cars to greater numbers of hatchbacks, estates, 4×4’s, SUV’s and MPV’s to fit in with changes to our lifestyles. Let’s admit it, the …Continue reading

A Day in the Life of a Rehomer at Border Collie Trust

Border Collie Trust

Ever wondered what a rehomer does in their average day?  Aaron of Border Collie Trust in Staffordshire, tells us. Hi everyone. My name is Aaron and I’ve been working here at BCT for just over five years. I started with weekend work whilst completing my college course in Animal Care and Management and once I had …Continue reading

Dog Friendly Travel Guide

Dogs in the snow playing

Dogs are members of our families too, so it’s only natural to want to take them with you when you travel. In order to make travelling with your dog safe and enjoyable for you and your pet alike, you need to do some research ahead of time. It’s vital to know laws, guidelines, and safety …Continue reading

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Dogs, Christmas & Children

Canine ambitions

Blog kindly supplied by Rachael of Canine Ambitions  Christmas is magical and exciting for us people, but it’s also really important to be aware of the risks to our dogs at this time of year. Here are a few examples to bear in mind. Trees and decorations So, the tree is up and has pride of …Continue reading

Planning Your Holiday

Dog friendly holidays in Dartmoor

Hi, I’m Jill Pendleton, I run one of the websites shown on Debbie’s excellent Dogs Invited site. A dog lover all my life with at least one dog in residence at any time, I understand completely the “Shall we take the dog with us?” debate.  All owners want the best for their dogs without spoiling …Continue reading

Just a Dog?

Ross the dog

I may well be biased, but I think one of the best things in life, is our ability to share our world with our four legged friends.  It matters not to me whether they are pedigree, first generation cross, or a good old scruffy ‘Tipton Terrier’. I always wanted a dog as a kid, but …Continue reading

It’s Tick Time!

Please be aware that this blog article is intended for personal reading to raise awareness of the issues contained and the author and blog owner accept no liability for any actions arising from the information contained within the article – the author recommends that if readers wish to seek educated and professional advice they speak …Continue reading

Feeling the Pinch?

It’s that time of year when Christmas is looming (I know because my children keep reminding me), and now that we actually seem to have some reasonable weather forecast, you start thinking of getting away either for a week or a short break. At this time of year, plenty of accommodation owners are more than …Continue reading

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