Saturday at 12pm
All Spaniels and their owners are invited to come along and join in the fun at the regular Spaniel off-lead play sessions that are held weekly on Saturdays at 12pm. Your dog can enjoy playing off-lead with other dogs in an interesting and natural environment. All fields are secure with access to a lake.
Sessions are for spaniels and any one who lives with a spaniel, those are drop-in, no booking is required.
Socialisation is great for your dog's development. Dogs are social creatures and benefit from mixing in groups. Puppies and young dogs learn many social skills at these gatherings - watching, listening and copying others in the group. Older dogs can benefit from that extra bit of excitement and stimulation - helping them to stay young at heart and fitter for longer. Plus teaching those youngsters how to behave!
Meeting up with the gang is exactly what many beagles love to do and they aren't afraid to shout about it too!
- Dogs Country Club trading since 2015
- Excellent rating
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- Largest enclosed private park for dogs in the North West
Price per session, per one household:
£7 per first dog, £5 per second dog and no cost for the third and the fourth dog.
The price includes:
- Free parking
- Free dog wash facilities
- One free hot drink per ticket (hot chocolate, tea or coffee).
Is an all-around healthy activity for your dog. It provides everything from exercise to stimulation, and a needed release for all that energy dogs have.
Excercise and Playtime
The most obvious benefit of swimming for your dog is exercise. Dogs often have excess energy to burn which needs to be channeled into activities that keep them active and healthy, and keeps them from being destructive out of boredom. Swimming is good for the whole body, from cardio to muscles. When a dog can swim, they are naturals and adapt to it very quickly. A good swimmer is fun to watch in the water.
Dogs who love to swim get a great deal of pleasure out of the activity. Some dogs will swim for hours, which is phenomenal exercise.
Swimming Tires Dog Out
An added benefit of all that exercise and play in the water is that it will make your dog very tired. A day at the beach, pool or lake will help your dog sleep like a log afterward. In fact, you may not be able to rouse them from sleep after an exhausting day in the water. This can be an excellent benefit of swimming.
Even dogs can get bored and restless. Varied activities help to keep your dog alert, focused and happy. Exercise and play time help stimulate their minds, and varying their activities helps as well. Take advantage of the times when you can bring your dog to the water and give them needed stimulation.