Hello to October’s new members

Welcome to the new members who joined in October 2019. Would you like to become a free member of Dorset Dogs too? Why not take a look at the Doggy Do Code and if you agree with the Dorset Dogs way of thinking Join us. Whether you live in Dorset or visit with your dog you can become a member – there are now well over 2000 Dorset Dogs human members and even more canine ones!


Bear is a 2-year-old Staffordshire Bull Terrier who enjoys walks anywhere away from roads including Wareham Forest and the dog-friendly fields at Upton Country Park – you will find them on our ‘out and about’ pages!

and Inzi

7-year-old Inzi lives with Bear and is also a Staffie.


Beck is very friendly and loves all dogs and people. She loves the water although will not go out of her depth. This Airedale Terrier often joins us at free, fun and friendly Dorset Dogs guided walkies – find them on the events pages or keep in touch with the latest walkies at Dorset Dogs Facebook! Can you spot her with her new friends in the photo at the top of the page?


Billie is a handsome young 6-month-old.


Ruby the Northern Inuit is a rescue from the RSPCA. Ruby is not very good with dogs but if there is a dog she loves she will play for hours. She enjoys walks at Boscombe Beach, King’s Park and Queen’s Park where there is lots of space for her to run.


Little Simba is a 3-month-old Maltese Pomeranian cross – ‘the most amazing pooch in the world’ says Alice! He has already learnt to do 6 tricks! He is the size of a guinea pig but very confident and loves playing with dogs of all sizes. He gets attention everywhere he goes. Simba walks in Broadstone, Sandbanks and Upton with his favourite places being either the beach or the forest.


Ziggy is a rescue puppy from Romania who loves the beach and regularly walks at Sandbanks as well as Upton Country Park and Ashley Cross. Did you know there is an all-year round dog-friendly beach at Sandbanks Beach West? Find it on the out & about pages.

Also joining this month:

Kip the 4-year-old Tibetan Terrier from Sturminster Newton enjoys walks around local footpaths and bridleways – there is a lot of choice ranging from a 30 minute stroll to 3-4 hour walks.

Norton is a 6-year-old Border Collie who has just moved to Dorset and walks in Creekmoor. Do check out the ‘out and about’ pages Norton to find some great places to walk – you are well-placed to visit some lovely places such as Upton Country Park off-lead fields, Canford Park dog-friendly SANG, Wareham Forest and some of Dorset’s dog-friendly beach areas.