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Zuki travels on the Dog Friendly Dartmouth Steam Railway

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Hi dog friends, When we was in Devon, Hum & GlennDad took me on the dog friendly Dartmouth Steam Railway. (Dartmouth Steam Railway and River Boat Company). Dartmouth Steam Railway & River Company run several different trips, but we chose to go to Dartmouth & back. GlennDad queued up to buy the tickets and us [...]

Zuki enjoys a night out at the dog friendly Rooftop Film Club

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Hi again Dog Friends, My next adventure of the busy weekend was a night out at the dog friendly Rooftop Film Club in Peckham, London. @rooftopfilmclubUK ; https://rooftopfilmclub.com/london/venue/bussey-building The Bussey Building is currently the only one of their venues that is dog friendly but they are hoping to try to extend dog friendly screenings to [...]

Zuki enjoys the Dog Friendly Arthur Daily Boat Trip, Uxbridge

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Hi Dog Friends, I has had a super busy weekend! On Saturday morning I got to go on the dog friendly Arthur Daily Boat Trip (Arthur Daily Trips); www.arthurdailytrips.com. The boat called Arthur is based right near our houseboat in Cowley, Uxbridge and so we just had to try it out! Hum, GlennDad, Tom, Aurelia [...]

Guest Post – How to stay safe when walking in the countryside this summer

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The summer is here and the sun is shining: what a great time to go for a walk in the countryside with your pooch! Kathryn Eccles from country and equestrian store Millbry Hill gives her advice for keeping yourself and your dog safe while you’re out in the countryside this season. The summer is the [...]

Zuki’s 5th Birthday – Clumber Park & Central Bark

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Hi dog friends, It’s my birthday! I am 5 years of age now – a proper grown up girl! We celebrated on Sunday as on the first Sunday of every month there is a dog walk at Clumber Park which Hum and GlennDad thought I would enjoy. Human-folk and their doggies meet at the dog [...]

A dog owner’s guide to the countryside code – by Sean Whiting, Houghton Country

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Hi my doggie friends, Spring has finally sprung and what’s better than a lovely spring walk in the countryside with man’s best friend? Sean Whiting, from equestrian and country specialists Houghton Country, has given us his expert advice on how you can respect the countryside and keep your dog safe this season. Who doesn’t love [...]

Zuki’s day out with the family at Dinosaur Escape, Adventure Golf

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Hi there my dog pals, On Saturday, I got the family invited to the dog friendly Dinosaur Escape, Adventure Golf in Northolt, only about 8 miles from our Houseboat. Dinosaur Escape is one of 4 Adventure Golf sites around the Greater London area run by Adventure Experience and all of them allow us four-legs to [...]

Guest Post – Why Pet Cafes Are Springing Up Around The UK

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Whilst being a proud pet owner makes us happier and healthier too, for many of us, long hours at work, small rented flats and tight financial budgets means that owning our own pet is just not feasible. But, thanks to the latest phenomenon, there is now good news for animal lovers. The global movement of [...]

Guest Post – Car Safety Tips for Dogs

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Guest Post by Morgan Antoinette Sometimes – whether you are going to the vet or just traveling – you may need to take your dog with you in your car. And that’s the right thing to do: when going out of state, you shouldn’t leave your dog alone in the house. He will feel secure [...]

Best Spots Around Greater Manchester to Take Your Dog This Autumn

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When it comes to dog walking spots, Greater Manchester plays host to some of the best in the country. With its beautiful hills, lakes, canals and good old northern countryside, you can generally take your pick when it comes to places to take your dog on an outdoor adventure. There’s one downside to this time [...]