Paws across Britain

A collection of all the dog friendly places, people and things we love across Britain including restaurants, hotels, shops, walks, events and much more!

Thursday, 1 June 2017

Paws and Rewind - May 2017

Paws and Rewind is a look back at the places, products, activities and events that we have been enjoying with Elsa over the past month.  


May has been a marvellous month!  We started with a bit of FUN by celebrating Star Wars Day on May the 4th with Elsa the Ewok!

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Monday, 29 May 2017

The Flower Cup | Chester

The Flower Cup is a delightful combination of florist and coffee shop based in the heart of Chester. 

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Saturday, 27 May 2017

Elsa needs your vote!

Dogs Monthly, Dogs Today and DogFest have teamed up to offer an amazing prize - a photoshoot with a leading dog photographer and the chance to be featured on the cover of  either Dogs Monthy or Dogs Today Magazine.

We have entered Elsa into the competition and she needs your support! 



Click here for more information about this competition. If you are planning on going to DogFest North/ South this year then why not enter your own dogs too? 

Best of luck to everyone that enters! 
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Favourite Products | Fish4Dogs

When we originally heard about dog treats made from fish we have to admit that the idea didn't sound very appealing to us... Our first thought was that they must smell terrible, and the concept of feeding dogs fish just seemed unnatural to us. Fast forward to today and we'd say at least 80% of the treats that we give Elsa are fish based! Fish4Dogs offer an amazing selection of products from 'Sea Jerky' to dog food, all made from responsibly sourced and sustainable fish. 

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Thursday, 25 May 2017

The Blockhouse at The Sheet Anchor | Whitmore | Staffordshire

This country pub is the talk of the town following its refurbishment into a barbecue smokehouse. When we found out that it was also dog friendly we couldn't wait to take Elsa to see what all the fuss was about! 

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