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Places dogs are allowed?

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by moonface, Aug 8, 2009.


  1. moonface

    moonface PetForums Junior

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    Morning all! Would really appreciate your help:D

    I was wondering if there is a website or booklet or something that lists dog-friendly places particularly family days out not just walks. I'm thinking of places that are fun for my 9 and 6yr olds! Have found Longleat and Farmer Gow's that's all.

    Didn't realise so many places don't allow dogs and it'd be a shame for dd's to miss out as we don't have anyone to dog-sit and I wouldn't like to leave Bessie with strangers.

    I have just been googling and can't find anything.

    Does anyone know of anything?

    (We are in Wiltshire if you know of anywhere round here btw!)
     
  2. muse08

    muse08 PetForums Member

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    Enjoy life with your dog
     
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    gesic PetForums VIP

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    u can also buy a book.
    pet friendly places to stay. think its available in whsmiths etc
     
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    haeveymolly PetForums VIP

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    These books and links are really usefull, we take our away a lot with the caravan and i know sometimes its really difficult to get somewhere where you've got a good balance so the dogs arnt left alone too much as we think its their holiday or breaks just the same. We have just come back from dawlish in south devon and i was amazed how dog friendly they all are we would take them on long walks, beach, fields wood walks and as it's compulsary on holiday stopped off for a liquid refreshment;) and every pub had a dog bowl outside all the staff stopped and acknowleged them and as it was typical british allowed us in when we had a shower or 2, it makes thing so much easier.
     
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    ad_1980 PetForums VIP

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    i was just going to say that :)
     
  7. moonface

    moonface PetForums Junior

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    Thanks for the replies.

    The website's good but still there don't seem to be many places near us:confused:

    I will definitely try and find the book so thanks for that suggestion.

    :)
     
  8. bassetsandbeyond

    bassetsandbeyond PetForums Senior

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    i know how you feel!!!! as i'm in Wiltshire too;)

    It depends how far you want to travel and what your into (Beach area etc)
     
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