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Paws on tour: Caravanning fun for furry four-legged friends!

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Tips for travelling with dogs

Looking for some inspiration for your next long walk with your four-legged friend? Then we’ve got some great walkies spots for you to try!

Doone Valley, North Devon

Perfect for any owner-and-canine duo looking for a challenge. It comprises a five-and-a-half mile circular walk for you and your pooch to power through.

Stackpole, Pembrokeshire

Here, we have a six-mile walk that takes in some of the most stunning coastline views of Pembrokeshire. Most of the coast path is farmland, so you will need to keep your dog on a lead.

Hayling Billy Trail, Hampshire

If you’re looking for a walking spot that’ll help you take in the beauty of the British countryside, then this is the spot for you.

Cudmore Grove Country Park, Essex

At 4 miles, this is a smaller walk than our other choices but is no less scenic or enjoyable. This beachfront wander has a fresh salty sea breeze for you to take in, along with a variety of wildlife for you to see.

Hadrian’s Wall, Northumberland

A circular five-mile route that starts near the Roman Fort at Homesteads, this is a perfect walk for anyone wanting to see some historical sights and top views.

Best dog-friendly sites

Hurley Riverside ParkHurley Riverside Park, Berkshire

Located in the picturesque village of Hurley with riverside picnic grounds and plenty of walks along the river. The riverside towns of Marlow and Henley are within walking distance too.

The site also has a nature trail, playground and toilets and showers. Pitches are available on grass and hardstanding set in pretty hedged glades offering a peaceful and rural feel. Two dogs are welcome per pitch and there is a dog shower on site. W hurleyriverside.co.uk

 

Herding Hill Farm Touring, Camping & Glamping SiteHerding Hill Farm Touring, Camping & Glamping Site, Northumberland

You can’t get much more open space and walking choice than Hadrian’s Wall. And this iconic man made feature is just one mile from Herding Hill Farm. The site is perfect for stunning countryside views and stargazing too.

There are pitches for tourers and tents, with heated facilities and on-site shop. For added luxury there are baths and a sauna! There’s a dog walking area on site but your four-legged friends will enjoy exploring the open countryside surrounding this rural site. W herdinghillfarm.co.uk

Two pet foods to take for your dog

Webbox NaturalWebbox Natural 140g Tray

Lamb, Sweet Potato & Garden Vegetables is a complete pet food for adult dogs from 1+ years. Treat your furry friend to something special for tea tonight! Made with fresh lamb from a wheat-gluten free recipe, the 140g tray is guaranteed to satisfy any hungry hound’s feeding needs.

Available online.
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Webbox Natural Skin & Coat TreatsWebbox Natural Skin & Coat Treats

A complementary pet food for dogs and puppies from months. If you’re looking to keep your dog’s coat silky smooth and fresh, Webbox Natural Skin & Coat treats are just the thing you need. Rich in omega 3 to keep skin and coats hydrated and prevent dry and flaky skin, with strong antioxidant properties to support the immune system.

Available in Morrisons stores and online.
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Star Pet

Webbox pet foods

We’ve teamed up with leading pet food brand, Webbox, to offer one lucky winner a delicious £25 hamper of dog food and treats from the Webbox Natural range.

All you need to do is to send a photo of your pet with you on tour to clare.kelly@warnersgroup.co.uk Not only will the lucky dog win the hamper, they will also see their face printed in the next issue!

Roxy the dogThis month's winner is Roxy (pictured) sent in by Claire Cormack

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