Monday 6 July 2020

Things To Do With Your Dog in July

With July comes easing of some restrictions in England, for better or worse, there's a few things that we'll be able to do and feel a little more normal.

Sev, Lily and I will all be staying safe whilst still trying to adventure a little further.
Things to do with your dog in July

Things To Do With Your Dog in July

Book a groom
Groomers are able to take clients now, thankfully Sev & Lily had a groom last week and are looking sleek and trimmed. It's the perfect time to get it booked in for Summer.

Go camping in the garden
With it being July, it will probably rain!!! However, if we do get some sunny days, it's the perfect time to have fun at home. A camp out in the garden is a great thing to do with your dog in July,  add a tent, a fire for marshmallows and a cuddly spaniel to keep warm over night.
Camping with dogs

Visit a pub garden and have a cold beer [and tap water]
Although we won't be heading out to the pub straight away, we'd love a little visit to one of our favourite pub gardens over the next few weeks. A cold beer has my name on it & the dogs always think everyone else is there to see them, with all the attention they usually get.
Pub garden in July

Head to your favourite independent pet shop
Giving love to independent shops is really important at the moment, so we can't wait to get back to some of our favourites. Winston James Woof is first on our list, the most gorgeous little dog shop in the beautiful Frome [which is full of many other amazing independent shops too!]
Winston James Woof

Book a dog friendly staycation
We can't wait to get back travelling and exploring again, with something planned already, we're super excited to get back to Cornwall. Having a little trip to look forward to will keep us going though, and to know better things are coming. 
Steph and The Spaniels is an amazing resource for dog friendly travel and trips.
dog staycation

Visit a lavender field
The gorgeous Cotswold Lavender farm is open until the end of the month, in all it's blooming beauty. Dogs are welcome to visit on leads, and social distancing measures have been put in place. Pack a picnic, and make a day of it.
There's many other lavender farms around the whole Country and it's a great thing to do with your dog in July.
lavender fields with dogs

Swim in a lake or the sea
If the warm weather does make an appearance again, it's the perfect time for human and hound to take a swim. Finding wild swimming spots near you or head down to the beach if you're near the coast, we love finding quieter and less known beaches and swimming spots.
Swimming with your dog

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