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as above, does anyone have any suggestions ? Read More
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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
as above, does anyone have any suggestions ?
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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
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#1
what part of wales and what do u mean with a dig do u mean somewhere to stay that accepts pets and somewhere with plenty of walks also is it just u and the dog going?
#2
all of the gower, lovely walking paths with beautiful scenery
#3
If you aren't fussed about the sea then take a trip to the Brecon Beacons, great for walking and plenty of nice small places around too (Llandeilo etc). My dog loves it :thumbsup: Probably has more fun in the sea though!
#4
places to visit with a dog? thats specific isnt it, however

the cross foxes pub in flint, i know they have a dog!
#5
How about Porthmad-dog or monwoofshire.

Lol sorry I couldn't reasist.
#6
if you feel that way about your OH, leave her at home
#7
Don't forget a dog is for life ......not just a Friday night. :-)
#8
Did anybody see that programme on ch4 .i think it was called something like would you eat an elephant . these 2 guys went to Vietnam and ate at a restaurant where they were served dog. They then showed where the dogs were kept . These people were really cruel .The poor dogs looked so scared and showed so much emotion in their faces i felt so bad for them.
#9
Tazzer
Did anybody see that programme on ch4 .i think it was called something like would you eat an elephant . these 2 guys went to Vietnam and ate at a restaurant where they were served dog. They then showed where the dogs were kept . These people were really cruel .The poor dogs looked so scared and showed so much emotion in their faces i felt so bad for them.


I saw that, it was pooch equivalent of the movie "hostel"

but then again is it any different to battery hens etc?
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Tazzer
Did anybody see that programme on ch4 .i think it was called something like would you eat an elephant . these 2 guys went to Vietnam and ate at a restaurant where they were served dog. They then showed where the dogs were kept . These people were really cruel .The poor dogs looked so scared and showed so much emotion in their faces i felt so bad for them.


Wales is known to be similiar to Vietnam.
#11
Just married are we?
#12
octobergirl;4077845
all of the gower, lovely walking paths with beautiful scenery


Gower is lovely, friends and I go with the dogs couple of times a year and there are some really good dog friendly pubs in that area plus the beaches are really clean and some lovely walks

http://www.enjoygower.com/beaches/beaches01.cfm
#13
some funny comments there, its me, the HUBBY and the dog going to the haven site in north wales and need to know places we can visit that will allow us to take the dog too. !!

thanks for the suggestions so far
#14
MinstrelMan
places to visit with a dog? thats specific isnt it, however

the cross foxes pub in flint, i know they have a dog!


:o youve been to a pub in flint!! you have my deepest sympathys!!! i worked in the little ship for a while it was an eye opener!!
#15
patchy987
some funny comments there, its me, the HUBBY and the dog going to the haven site in north wales and need to know places we can visit that will allow us to take the dog too. !!

thanks for the suggestions so far


logger heads is nice loads of hills and trees!! and millions of dogs lol what type of things are you hoping to do?? all of the beaches near haven (rhyl and prestatyn) allow dogs
#16
foxymissroxy
logger heads is nice loads of hills and trees!! and millions of dogs lol what type of things are you hoping to do?? all of the beaches near haven (rhyl and prestatyn) allow dogs


nice to hear that about the beaches, we went to isle of wight last year and most beaches banned dogs and she does love the sea !!!

we were hoping to visit some castles or similar but they dont allow dogs so we are at a loss as to what to do now. as an example when we were in isle of wight we went to blackgang chine and an outdoor adventure trail so that kind of thing would also be good
#17
patchy987
nice to hear that about the beaches, we went to isle of wight last year and most beaches banned dogs and she does love the sea !!!

we were hoping to visit some castles or similar but they dont allow dogs so we are at a loss as to what to do now. as an example when we were in isle of wight we went to blackgang chine and an outdoor adventure trail so that kind of thing would also be good


http://www.greenfieldvalley.com/

they allow dogs everywehre except the farm bit as i remember!!

Penrhyn

you can take dogs into the grounds of penrhyn just not inside
#18
foxymissroxy
http://www.greenfieldvalley.com/

they allow dogs everywehre except the farm bit as i remember!!

Penrhyn

you can take dogs into the grounds of penrhyn just not inside


thanks, i will take a look at them

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