Six ways you can help rescued animals during the festive seasons

During the festive seasons people celebrate religious holidays (such as Christmas, Eid, Diwali, Ramadan and Hanukkah) or simply having time away from work. Whatever the reason, they are usually times of charity and giving. Here are six ways that you can help rescued animals: 1. Donate some much needed money This is an obvious one, […]

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Dog walking can be the best remedy

This week I was honoured to be part of The Travel Story Society’s mental health week with my post about the positive effects of dog walking . The Travel Story Society share travel stories and tips from their collective and multiple guest writers. The excellent guidance and funny stories (including a story about accidentally joining […]

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What to do with your dog in Dartmoor

“From rare birds and butterflies, Neolithic monuments and ancient woodland, to tradition, folklore and farming on horseback, Dartmoor has it all. Leading the way for the arts, all things organic, a haven for literary greats and explorers, you will be walking in some awesome footsteps.” visitdartmoor.co.uk Our trip My partner and I hate New Years […]

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What to do with your dog in Eversley

“Eversley is the pretty Hampshire village home to gastro pubs and rural walks“ Hampshirelive.news Our Trip My partner had a weekend training course in Hampshire, and so of course pooch and I took advantage of the opportunity to explore somewhere new! Sash and I used our alone time to explore the local walks and pop […]

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What to do with (and without) your dog in Southbourne

“Southbourne Beach is one of Bournemouth’s favourite Blue Flag award winning beaches, particularly loved by the locals for its wide, exceptionally clean, sandy and shingle beaches situated further to the West of Bournemouth, away from the hustle and bustle of Bournemouth Pier and the town centre.” Bournemouth.co.uk Every year my friends and I try to escape for a […]

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Lockdown special: How to keep your dog entertained when working from home

On 5 November 2020, England entered its second coronavirus lockdown. Once again I was working from home full time. Working from home is means less time commuting and more time for things that you want to do like ‘walkies’! However, working from home is also very frustrating for your pooch. My dog (Sash) is one […]

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What to do with your dog in Symonds Yat

Symonds Yat is a sleepy little village in the Wye Valley with a gorgeous walk through woodlands, along the river Wye and up a steep hill to an amazing viewpoint. Yat Rock has spectacular views (including of an Iron age ancient hill Fort) that you will want to spend time taking in. The sunrises and […]

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What to do with your dog in Bristol – Westonbirt Arboretum

There is not a more perfect place to experience autumn (aka ‘fall’ for those over the pond) in and around Bristol than at the Westonbirt Arboretum. The magic of this place is the variety of trees and shrubbery and with that the abundance of colours. They have a number of events, which can be fun […]

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What to do with your dog in the Brecon Beacons

“The woods and valleys of the region thrum with a living past. In this stunning landscape haunted castles, bottomless lakes and strange follies hold echoes of massacres, ghosts and miracles. “ http://www.breconbeacons.org The Brecon Beacons is a National Park in Wales. Spanning 518.9 sq miles, the Park boasts fantastic walks, ancient castles, pretty towns, nature and […]

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What to do with your dog in Exmoor National Park

“Exmoor is renowned for its dramatic coastal views, heather moorland, ancient woodlands, steep combes and Exmoor Ponies.” http://www.visitsomerset.co.uk The Exmoor National Park is huge. It runs along the coast and spans 267.5 square miles (692.8 squared kilometres). The park is so vast and there are so many things to do and see, you couldn’t ‘do’ it in a […]

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