As it’s autumn and the leaves are turning to shades of yellow, brown and red, it’s the perfect time to get out and enjoy the scenery. And the Lake District is one of the best places to do it. As we live here, we might be a bit biased, but it also means we are best-placed to share our favourite new dog walks in this glorious landscape. This walk is perfect for a Halloween outing as it follows an old corpse road, but thanks to the scenery, it’s great any time. And as it takes in a mix of countryside, it’s great for dogs.
On Good Doggy Guide, we like to give you new ideas of places you can visit with your dog. Whether that’s fun walks or places of interest where dogs are welcome. And Furness Abbey certainly fits into the second category. Read on, to find out how our visit with Poppy the beagle went!
We’re lucky enough to live in Cumbria’s Lake District. It’s a great place to have adventures with your dog. In fact, part of the reason we moved here was so we could get a dog! It’s a great place for interesting walkies, with plenty of open spaces to explore. However, it’s not just the fells and lakes that you can visit with your pooch. There are plenty of fun attractions and heritage spots you can visit too. Here’s five we’ve already checked out with Poppy the beagle:
With lockdown in England currently set to last until at least February, you might be finding things quite difficult at the moment. And, if you’re struggling to exercise your dog properly or keep your pooch’s anxiety levels to a minimum, then you’re not alone.
As winter arrives, so does the less than ideal weather. Rain, muddy ground, and storms can all make the daily dog walks that extra bit challenging. So, I’ve compiled some simple tips for making that soggy outing a bit more manageable.