Hazel Winstanley

Guest Post – Best English Spots to take your Dog

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Holidaying with your family is a great way to get away from the everyday routine and build memories to last a lifetime. However, is a holiday really the same if you can’t take one valued member of the family – your much beloved pet – with you? I know travelling without my right-hand man Jake […]

Pet Theft Awareness Day – Guest Post

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How to keep your dog safe from pet theft The fear of having your beloved pet stolen is enough to keep owners up at night. Unfortunately, dog thefts are at an all-time high in the UK. That is why Oakpark, a home security specialist, has written this handy guide on dog theft to coincide with [...]

Zuki visits All Star Lanes Bowling!

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Hi dog friends, I had a great afternoon last weekend. Hum & GlennDad took me to the dog friendly All Star Lanes bowling, White City in London. The Managing Director of All Star Lanes is a big dog lover and so has introduced a dog friendly policy. All Star Lanes offers the following services for well [...]

Top 9 Dog Friendly Pubs in Birmingham – Guest Post from Rover.com

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Top 9 Dog-Friendly Pubs in Birmingham Birmingham-based dogs are spoilt for choice when their humans fancy a pint. The Black Country’s famous for canal walks, Crufts, and parks full of squirrels – a dog’s dream day out. Read on to discover the best dog-friendly pubs in Birmingham. 1. The Queens Head Address & Map: Sugarbrook Lane, Bromsgrove, [...]

Zuki has Burn’s Night Supper at Red Lion, Iver

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Hi dog buddies, Last weekend, Hum and GlennDad took me to the Red Lion pub in Iver for a Burn’s Night Supper. The Red Lion, Iver is a Chef & Brewer pub – a chain who seem to welcome dogs into a lot of their establishments. Hum always celebrates Burn’s Night as her Dad was [...]

Guest Post – Have pets? 3 reasons it shouldn’t stop you travelling

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It's no secret that we humans love our pets. In all their shapes and sizes, furred feathered or scaled, more than ever we want to let our pets experience every part of our lives too. But as much as we love our animal companions, we also love to travel. It can be hard to see [...]

Guest Post – 5 Tips for Training Your Dog

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Guest Post from Mo Ali from sparkpaws.com Training a pet ideally must start when they are just mere babies. As the saying goes, “You can’t teach old dogs new tricks.” Here are a few tips on how to train your dog. 1. Create a safe place in your home Like babies, puppies are not good left [...]

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 stays at Dog Friendly St. Weonards Hotel, Paignton, Devon

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Hi again Dog Pals, Last weekend I was invited to stay at the dog friendly St Weonards Hotel in Paignton, Devon. Vicky & Leigh are extremely welcoming and absolutely LOVE dogs! They have a puppy of their own called Bea and there are lots of dog pictures on the walls as you go up the [...]

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 [...]