Our friends at Sykes Cottages are currently offering £25 off the cost of your next holiday.
We have very kindly been sent a promotional code from our friends at Coast & Country Cottages that allows dogs to be taken on holiday free of charge.
Yorkshire is a great place to explore with your four legged friends all year round.
In our opinion, this particular corner of Yorkshire has it all; stunning scenery, great local produce and crafts waiting to be discovered in the traditional market towns of Pickering, Helmsley and Malton, the hustle and bustle of the seaside towns of Whitby, Bridlington and Scarborough, several historic homes, castles and gardens, a varied coastline …and of course, some great walks.
The gorgeous region of Northumberland is a firm favourite among the team here at Four Legged Breaks, and with good reason…
With its gorgeous coastline peppered with castles and quaint little fishing villages, many historic market towns and fantastic walks to enjoy through the Cheviot Hills and Northumberland National Park, not to mention Hadrian’s Wall, Holy Island and Kielder Water & Forest Park, there is so much to see and do.
Did you know that Robin Hood’s Bay was recently named one of the 25 top beaches in the world by Passport magazine? Not surprising – it is lovely. We have always been big fans of the place and have just been notified of a couple of new pet friendly cottages there.
Doggie Solutions currently have a January sale running with at least 10% off everything!
Christmas can be a time that we like to spoil our pets as well as ourselves, but some human food can be dangerous for dogs. We all know that chocolate is bad for your dog, but what other foods shouldn’t you feed your best friend?
Bonfire night can be a nightmare for both pets and pet owners. The RSPCA estimates that 45% of dogs are scared by fireworks, and received 436 calls relating to fireworks during October and November 2015.
We have put together a few ways that you can make your dog a little bit more comfortable during the bonfire period.