be dog friendly

Louise Haigh MP and Border Collie Harry Show Support for Local Dog Friendly Businesses
Harry, a Border Collie, joined his owner Louise Haigh MP in Heeley as they visited the Sheaf View pub, a dog friendly business preparing to enter the Be Dog Friendly Awards 2016. Read more about these awards.
Kennel Club Searches for Top Dog Friendly Places
The search is on to find the UK’s most dog-friendly places as the Kennel Club launches its Be Dog Friendly Awards for 2016. Read more.
Craig Williams MP Shows Support for Local Dog Friendly Businesses
The Kennel Club’s Be Dog Friendly Awards is a competition that recognises and rewards innovative businesses and outdoor spaces that welcome dogs. Craig and Winston stopped by a pub to find out why it decided to be dog friendly. Learn more.
Kennel Club Survey Finds Businesses Benefit From Being Dog Friendly
71% of businesses said that they gained new customers after introducing a dog friendly policy and half found that guests stayed longer per visit if they were able to bring their dog with them. Click to read more about the latest survey results.
The Kennel Club Encourages Employers to Be Dog Friendly
The Kennel Club’s long-running Be Dog Friendly campaign aims to break down barriers for man’s best friend by encouraging more businesses and public spaces to welcome dogs, and includes the annual Be Dog Friendly Week (starting Monday 24th July). Click to read more.
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