At the time of writing, we are all looking forward to our lives (and those of our dogs) opening up a little as pandemic restrictions are relaxed and we get the chance to get out and about more. While many of us may feel a little apprehensive about facing the world again, bear in mind that the same may be true of our dogs; they, too, have just spent the last 13 months in a very different world. Carolyn Menteith’s article this issue (page 10) takes a closer look at how we can get set for summer and make it fun and safe for our dogs as well as ourselves, and examines the type of challenges our dogs might face following lockdown.
Whirlowbrook Hall is situated in the stunning 39 acres of Whirlowbrook Park on the outskirts of Sheffield City Centre. The spectacular gardens and views make it a popular choice for couples who want to include their beloved pet in their wedding celebrations.
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Set in 100 acres of Parkland, The Follies is a range of dramatic and rugged natural sandstone hills that were developed to include gullies, caves, towers and bridges, becoming one of the most visited landscapes in Britain during the 19th Century.
Here at Sykes, we know planning a holiday can be stressful sometimes, especially when you are thinking about what to do with your beloved furry friends. Well, have no fear because with over 8,000 dog-friendly cottages, we have the ideal accommodation suitable for many tastes and…
Food is an important resource to most dogs, and apart from main meals and tasty training treats, there are often many edible temptations that are hard for them to resist. Tony Shelbourne reports.
It’s easy to like most animals. People love the resident cat at the local café, or the dog they run into on the walking trail. It’s a different story when animals are let onto planes, though – they’re not nearly as popular then.
The companionship that exists between humans and animals is one of the most celebrated of bonds, and pampering your pet every now and then is a great way to maintain a healthy and loving balance.