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Paws On Site: Share your pet camping pics

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We’ve teamed up with leading pet food brand, Webbox, to offer two lucky campers the chance to win a £25 hamper full of Webbox toys and treats for their dog,

The hampers contain a selection of four fun and exciting toy varieties (toy varieties may vary from those shown) and a selection of tasty treats to keep your pooch happy all year round.

Suitable for all dog breeds and sizes, the hamper includes the ever-popular Beef Tasty Dog Sticks, Beef Chomping Chews, Chicken Sushi, Chicken Twists and Duck Braids.

To be in with a chance of winning, send your best camping pet pictures to editorial@campingmagazine.co.uk. Or


Meet our most recent winners...

JET

Our nine-month-old rescue pup adopted from Cyprus through the Hope2Hounds charity. He loves the water and stealing shoes!
From Rob Baker

LUCY

“I love camping, the air bed is SO comfy”
From Julie Haigh

GEORGE

George enjoying his camping trip on one of our camping chairs!
From Paul Frith


BARBECUE SAFETY TIPS

There's nothing better than a barbecue when the sun is shining, and your favourite four-legged friend is likely to be very excited by the delicious-smelling food and just waiting for something to fall off the grill – however, barbecue food can be really dangerous for pets for the following reasons:

Salt
Most barbecue foods contain high salt levels which can make pets extremely thirsty, cause high temperatures and sometimes even seizures!

Bacteria
Animals can get all sorts of nasty bacteria from meat that is not properly cooked including salmonella and listeria which can result in very upset stomachs at the very least.

Bones
The bones in barbecue food can get stuck in your dog’s intestines or stomach and even splinter inside which can cause a whole host of internal damage.

Burnt Meat
The carbonisation on the outside of burnt meat can cause stomach upsets for our pets and some experts have even cited it as a cause of cancer.

Make sure you have plenty of dog treats and food on hand to let your pooch enjoy the barbecue fun without risking their health!

TRY THESE…

Webbox Chicken Fillets
Made with 100% chicken, we know that your pet will love these. The fillets are gluten-free and low in fat, so won’t be harsh on your dog’s stomach. Packed with protein, they’ll help keep your best friend fit and healthy. The 100g bag is ideal to pop in your pocket before heading out for a walk in the park! Available for £2 at webbox.co.uk and in-store at Morrisons and Asda.

Webbox Black Pudding Sticks
These deliciously meaty sticks have the black pudding taste but are more dog-friendly. Made with 78% fresh meat, they’re rich in pork and packed with minerals so you know that even at treat time, your dog will get the nutrients it needs. The sticks are ideal to be fed at any time as a reward, treat or training aid. Available for £1 online at webbox.co.uk and in-store at Asda.


TOP SITES FOR DOGS

Monkton Wyld Caravan Park, Dorset
This beautiful site provides great facilities including a dog walk and a separate dog paddock where you can let your friend off the lead. For muddy paws there’s even a dog wash! The site stocks dog shampoo, salve for sore paws and dog-related gifts in the on site shop. Off-site there are many open spaces locally and information is provided on all dog-friendly beaches in the area and places to enjoy with your family pet.
monktonwyld.co.uk

Dandy Dinmont Caravan & Camping Park, Cumbria
Dandy Dinmont is located next to the Reivers cycle route and long-distance Hadrian’s Wall path, with easy access to the centre of Carlisle. The site is also close to local shops and amenities. Pitches are level and surrounded by countryside. The site has toilet and shower facilities, a laundry and free WiFi. Interestingly, the site was originally breeding kennels for the Dandie Dinmont breed of terrier.
dandydinmont.co.uk

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