Please note the first draft of January’s new members page was produced before current Corona virus restrictions, keep an eye on Dorset Dogs news page and Facebook for updates, including walking guidelines. Apologies to everyone who has been waiting for their joining photos to be added to the new members page!
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!
We can’t send out members packs at the moment due to restrictions but do join now and we will do as soon as we can!
Pooky is a 3-year-old Sprocker who enjoys walks in the countryside around Cattistock
This 3-month-old Labrador Retriever has rural walkies down her local country lane, with fun and training in the family’s own field. Stephen told us that they enjoy going to the coast for walks including Swanage, Lulworth Cove and Kimmeridge and in the Summer venture onto the Isle of Wight too! Holly has been on short walks as she is only a puppy but looking forward to lots of walks in the coming Summer.
Monty is a Jack Russell x Dachshund who loves to chase squirrels, never caught one yet, they just don’t seem to want to play!
Sadly Monty had to say goodbye to big brother Oscar and big sister Daisy, so is feeling a little lonely on his own. So he is looking to meet lots of new friends to show some him some brilliant new adventures to go on. Let’s hope you can join us on a guided walkies soon Monty! Check out the events pages once we’ve come out of lockdown
Titus is a Jack Russell Terrier cross who enjoys walks on Whitecliff and Baiter Park – and snuggles with his bear!
Border Collie Moshi enjoys walkies at Moors Valley Country Park
and not forgetting…
Bennett the 2-year-old Labrador enjoys walks in Hooke Wood
Millie and Charlie are a Labrador and 9-month-old Cockapoo who regularly walk at lots of places including Upton Country Park, Delph Woods, Canford Park SANG (‘Suitable Alternative Natural Greenspace’ – these are usually places that have been designed to be great dog-friendly areas for walkies, all year round!) and Sandbanks beach, you’ll find lots of those on the Out & About pages, we can all look forward to visiting those after lockdown! Christine told us that Charlie loves his walks especially if there is mud involved whereas Millie is happy just plodding along. Millie is very laid back and placid whereas Charlie is full on but then he is only a puppy . Both are absolutely adorable!
Maisy the Golden Retriever is 15 months old
Rez is a 10-month-old Viszla
1-year-old Cavapoochon Chewie regularly walks at Canford Park SANG, Bournemouth Beaches and Hengistbury Head
Max is a young Cocker Spaniel who enjoys walks in Wareham Forest
Beagle Millie loves all new dogs and humans and isn’t shy to say hello and then falls on her back asking for a belly rub. She loves to run in open spaces and with other dogs, but she will return when called! Favourite walking spots include Upton Country Park, Westbourne, Southbourne and Mudeford.