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    Buy a Dog - Days Out With Your Dog

    Articlepet advice guidesTuesday 27 November 2012
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    When you buy a dog it can open up a world of funopportunities for you and your family. Walking a dog is an activity thatnormally needs to be done at least once a day. For this reason, dog walking cansometimes become a chore. However, by changing your routine and introducingdifferent places and ideas, you can buy a dog knowing that both you and yourpet can exercise and enjoy days out together.

     

     

     

     

     

    Beach Dog Walking

    There are plenty of dog-friendly beaches around the coastsof Britain. It is important to check whether pets are allowed before you set out. Walking adog at the beach can be a great day out as dogs really enjoy running about bythe water. Many dogs love to swim in the sea too! There is no need for walkingdog services if you have a beach nearby.

     

    Parks and Gardens

    All over the country you will find public parks and gardensfor walking a dog. Some will offer more than others, and it may be a case oftravelling slightly further than normal to get the best open spaces. Taking adog to a large park can work out very well as dogs love to explore in thesesorts of places.

     

    Castles

    Many of the UK’scastles allow dogs to enter as long as they are kept on their leads. This is agreat way of visiting a historical site whilst getting your dog some exercise.

     

    Eating Out

    Plenty of restaurants and hotels, particularly in thecountryside, welcome dogs gladly with guests. If you are planning a nice dayout in the country, why not double this up as a dog walking day?

     

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