Traditionally in Cornwall, Easter Day heralds the start of a beach ban for dogs that lasts until the end of September. Whilst this is still the case for the majority of locations, new rules brought in by Cornwall Council earlier this year mean that dogs have been granted a stay of execution to enjoy some of them. The changes were a result of a public consultation in … Continue reading New beach ban rules for dogs in Cornwall
We’re making some big changes to DogFriendlyCornwall.co.uk Our newly redesigned website launches in October and as ever, will feature the best dog friendly places to stay, eat and visit along with dog friendly services, accessories and gifts. We’ll also be sharing our favourite walks and dog friendly beaches. If you would like your accommodation or place of business to feature in our … Continue reading Want to feature on Dog Friendly Cornwall?
Cornwall is famed for it’s beautiful and often exotic gardens. Not all of the gardens allow dogs into the formal planted areas, but some do. Here are a few dog friendly gardens to try. Continue reading Dog-friendly gardens in Cornwall
If you love cycling around Cornwall, it can sometimes be a bit tricky for some dogs to keep up! And while some dog owners can literally take their dog out for a walk while they cycle, not every dog owner has a four-legged friend who has the speed, stamina or road sense to manage it. The good news is that some bike hire places now … Continue reading Take your dog for a bike ride in a dog trailer!
Find out more about Demelza Motorhome here: www.demelzamotorhome.co.uk Book Demelza for just £150 normally £200 for two nights in 2017 — (only one person can get the offer, first come first served). If you love your home comforts but want to explore all those beautiful, tucked away hidden coves and peaceful places in Cornwall, a motorhome can be a good option. You can sleep on a … Continue reading Explore Cornwall in a dog friendly motorhome
No doubt you’ve seen the John Lewis Christmas ad starring Buster the Boxer… but what are Boxers like as pets? We spoke to Stuart Radnedge of the Cornwall and South Devon Boxer Rescue Centre about his dog Dexter, the work of the rescue charity and whether Boxers and trampolines really mix… How brilliant a pet is a Boxer dog? We got Dexter in February … Continue reading Bring on the Boxers
Porth Beach in Newquay was busier than it gets in summer as hundreds of people and their dogs descended on the sands to show support to Mark Woods and his 18-year-old whippet Walnut as the whippet enjoyed one last walk on the beach. Earlier this week Walnut’s owner Mark Woods posted on Facebook inviting people to join them. Sadly Walnut’s health had deteriorated to the point … Continue reading Photos: A walk with Walnut at Porth Beach
Until 31st March 2017, you can appear on the directory of Cornwall’s most popular dog blog, Dog Friendly Cornwall, for just £25! Continue reading Sign up: £25 for the year to have a page and listing on our website for all things Dog Friendly in Cornwall (usual price £35)
If you love Cornwall and love dogs, you’re going to really love these gorgeous doggy-inspired offerings from some talented Cornish craftworkers. Continue reading Beautiful Cornish made things for your home, for dog lovers
Meet Barley, the canine talent who plays Demelza’s dog Garrick in the new BBC TV series Poldark Continue reading Meet Barley, aka Garrick, the canine star of Poldark