During the summer months you will find it increasingly difficult to find areas you can freely walk your dog. Throughout the summer many beaches and parks restrict dogs from visiting.
There’s nothing more frustrating than making the effort to travel to a beautiful spot, only to notice signs that say 'no dogs permitted'. Even worse you could be strolling along unaware and be landed with a fixed penalty that can be as costly as £1000.
Knowing which places are unrestricted can be complicated and time-consuming, time that could be better spent with the sand between your toes/paws. GoCompare research found the best trails in every British region, that you can and your pooch can enjoy all year round!
There’s no better feeling than a stroll in the sun but be sure to make sure your dog is safe and comfortable – carry some water with you, try and walk in the shade every now and then to ensure they don’t overheat! Some short-haired pets may even require a little sun cream in spots where the fur is thin, the spot above their nose and ears are frequent neglected patches. Enjoy the sun and stay safe!”
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I have have a jackrussel Cross with Pomeranian I have had him for 2 weeks now he will be 1 on Saturday I’m looking to buy a canny Collar so would a size 1 be suitable for him
Thank you jacquelyne
Hi Jacquie - best thing would be to measure your dog using the guide here to make sure you get the correct size: https://www.cannyco.com/choose-the-right-size-canny-collar.