Meet our Spring New Members

Welcome to the new members who joined in Spring 2020. 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!

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!


The retired lifestyle suits this Greyhound and he’s adapted well leaving race life in Wolverhampton behind in 2017 and now relocating to the South West with his pawrents.

Alex told us that since Puck was rehomed he’s been gradually becoming more and more interested in other dogs and now loves to say hello politely and will sometimes run about and play.

Puck enjoys a good slow mooch, loves woodland walks, nature reserves and a good run splashing in the shallows of a sandy beach (which is his favourite). Puck walks all over Dorset – Redhill Park, Slades Farm, West Cliff Beach, Boscombe Beach, Hengistbury Head and many other beaches! Spending many holidays away walking, Puck has done camping, canal boats & Airbnb.

You can find out about these and more great places to walk and explore on the Out & About pages.


Rollo the Bedlington Terrier is just 8 weeks old and will be enjoying walks at Corfe Common, Studland Beach and Nine Barrow Down.


Porsche enjoys walking in Piddles Wood, Badbury Rings, Sturminster Newton Trailway (good for bad weather as it’s flat and has a non-muddy path) and beaches like Sandbanks, where they visit doggy cousins. There are often cattle or sheep grazing at Badbury Rings so it’s leads on then (watch out they can be difficult to spot with all the hillocks and ridges onsite!); the Rings are part of the Kingston Lacy estate who have a range of great walks to explore, you can find out more and download maps here:

Alison says that Porsche the Rottweiler is as soft as a brush, very friendly and just loves playing ball.


Lily is a Coton Du Tulear and at 18 weeks old she is not walking far yet but she has visited Upton Country Park and Kingston Lacy and hopes to head to Highcliffe Castle and Hengistbury Head in the Summer.

Denise is planning on taking Lily on more Dorset adventures over the Summer and hopefully she can meet some new dog friends.

Teenie is a 12 month old Jack Chi from Christchurch.

Pepski the Cockapoo is loving, very friendly to humans and other dogs and enjoys walks on Hambledon Hill, in Shaftesbury and the surrounding area.

Pipkin regularly walks around Broadmayne, but this 4 year old Tibetan Terrier would recommend Wareham Forest, Thorncombe Woods and Moreton as great dog walking sites.

Gunner is a French Bulldog from Bournemouth.

Jack the English Setter walks around Chickerell, Weymouth and the Fleet.

Talley loves Coy Pond, Upton Country Park, Avon Heath Country Park but this Whippet’s favourite place to walk in Dorset is Sandbanks beach. Sandbanks Beach West is one of Poole’s dog-friendly beaches all year round, you can find it here on the Out & About pages.

Bonnie the American Bulldog is another fan of Sandbanks Beach, they visit all year round and in the Summer she puts her swimming jacket on and swims around the cove. Leanne told us that Bonnie is the most beautiful girl. She did not have the best start in life and needed lots of love and training, she is super intelligent and can Sit, Give a Paw, Lay Down, Rollover, Speak and her new trick is ringing a bell. Bonnie loves agility and is in training learning new skills.

Ted the Yorkshire Terrier enjoys walks in his local field.

Swee regularly walks in Poole Park, Hamworthy Park, Holes Bay and Wareham Forest. Swee the Border Collie’s favourite place to walk is Corfe Common.

Honey is a Cockapoo from Swindon.

Rosie is a Border Collier and Springer Spaniel cross, she loves cuddles, is full of energy and very social and loves to jump in long grass like a deer. Rosie walks around the village, woods and fields in Piddlehinton, at Upton Country Park, Nine Springs Country Park, Moreton and exploring different places – anywhere new with a river/water and space for her to run.