Month: April 2012

Pembrokeshire Pooches on Patrol at Olympics!

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Pembrokeshire sniffer dogs are something spectacular! A dog handler and his explosive-detection dog teams have been asked to work before, during and after the Olympic and Paralympic games in London, showing off their superb sniffing skills. I am always amazed by a dog’s intelligence and it is fantastic to see them in action.  Every dog I see being used to sniff out all sorts like explosives, drugs, cash and people is fantastic and they are always so happy and enthusiastic, with their tails wagging ten to the dozen, being out and about making their trainer proud. It must be a joy to work with […]

If you are looking for a dog friendly property that is cosy, has superb countryside views, close to the Pembrokeshire Coastal path and all year round dog friendly beaches then Granston House is the property for you! Granston House is situated near Abermawr and is a cosy, family cottage sleeping four people and one dog and has a rear lawned garden for all to enjoy during your stay. Just by mentioning the word ‘dog’, you begin to imagine beautiful walks and sandy beaches. Granston House is if but a mile away from both Abermawr and Aberbach beaches which welcome dogs […]

If you are looking to give your dogs a fantastic holiday to remember, then staying at dog friendly barn conversion The Granary is the very simple solution. The Granary enjoys an 80 acre working farm setting with an abundance of footpaths to explore and keep you and your dogs busy during your dog friendly holiday to Pembrokeshire. Sleeping two The Granary makes for a cosy escape from the real world, where you can admire the rolling countryside and views out towards Mathry and the City of St Davids. You will not want to miss a trip less than 5 miles […]

Flynn is Fine!

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I do apologise for not letting you know sooner, that following last Tuesday’s castrate and chip Flynn is 100%, absolutely, perfectly FINE! In all honesty, I expected to come home to a poorly puppy with sore stitches looking sad and feeling very sorry for himself. I couldn’t have anticipated anything more wrong. I arrived home from work to be greeted by Flynn jumping all over me, tail wagging and ball in mouth rearing to go out and play. He was as happy and energetic as always. What a relief. Having been nil by mouth since 6 o’clock the previous evening, […]

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