The DogPeople Blog
  1. Dog friendly walks and days out

    Today in Kent it seems like spring is arriving early as it is a lovely sunny day with just a nip of cold air in the shade. If you are on half term holidays then why not get active with your dog and explore local parks or countryside. We also have some suggestions for walks in our Dog Friendly Walks and Beaches directory and places to visit in our Dog Friendly Days Out directory. Here are a few ideas.

    Check out the half term February Frenzy Ticket Offer on the Kent & East Sussex Railway and take a ride through the countryside on a steam train.

    The National Waterways Museum Ellesmere Port in Cheshire welcomes dogs on leads in the museum  and inside the cafe as well. The 7 acre site has plenty of space for dog walks beside the canal and children will love exploring the hands-on exhibitions and interactive technology.

    In Devon pay a visit to The Donkey Sanctuary. Admission and parking are free. There are loads of lovely donkeys to pet and some nice set out walks around the paddocks. Dogs are welcome on a lead and also at the cafe.

    If you are thinking about Easter and summer holidays then take a look at the accommodation directories and banner advertisers. There is lots of choice in self catering cottages and holiday parks, plus some dog friendly hotels and B&B’s too.