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Why This Easter Is Great For Dogs In Cornwall

Traditionally in Cornwall, Easter Day heralds the start of a beach ban for dogs that lasts until the end of September. Whilst this is still the case for the majority of locations, new rules brought in by Cornwall Council earlier this year mean that dogs have been granted a stay of execution to enjoy some of them. The changes were a result of a public consultation in … Continue reading Why This Easter Is Great For Dogs In Cornwall

Dog friendly Bluebell walks around Cornwall

The bluebells are coming out in force now. Here are some lovely walks in woodlands and gardens around Cornwall where you can enjoy them while you walk your dog.   Enys Gardens,  near Penryn These beautiful gardens just outside Falmouth are famed for the huge swathes of bluebells which sweep across vistas in the gardens. There is also a lovely tea room where you can sit … Continue reading Dog friendly Bluebell walks around Cornwall

Want to feature on our new directory?

  We’re making some big changes to DogFriendlyCornwall.net and over the next few weeks expect to see some fantastic maps of the finest beaches, walks and days out. We’re also building a directory of a select number of some of the best dog friendly holiday   If you would like your accommodation or place of business to feature in our lovely new directory of all … Continue reading Want to feature on our new directory?

How to keep your dog safe from adders

It’s summer and in some areas of Cornwall, such as heathland and the Towans, there are adders around which can give dogs a nasty bite. Mark Nicholson from the Cornwall Wildlife Trust has the following advice on how to keep adders and dogs apart Have you ever been told not to walk your dog in hot weather when adders are around? The flawed logic behind … Continue reading How to keep your dog safe from adders

Walk: Discover Trewardreva Mill near Falmouth and Constantine

If you’re looking for a new walk in Cornwall to explore with your dog, here’s a lovely place. Trewardreva Mill, near Gweek, Constantine and Falmouth is a beautiful woodland walk and in the early weeks of May, the bluebells are ready to bloom. Trewardreva Mill is near Constantine, midway between Helston and Falmouth around 20 minutes drive from each town. The walk is an easy … Continue reading Walk: Discover Trewardreva Mill near Falmouth and Constantine