Author: Alisdair Aird
Publisher: Random House
Release Date: 2013-03-07
What happens when you want to take a holiday or even just pop out for a drink and your dog looks up at you with expectant eyes? Do you know which pubs welcome muddy paws with a bowl of water and a dog biscuit? Or where you and your dog can both enjoy a comfortable overnight stay? From the editors of the UK's No 1 travel guide, the much loved Good Pub Guide, comes the latest edition of the Good Guide to Dog Friendly Pubs, Hotels and B&Bs. Featuring fully updated information, the guide provides you with hundreds of wonderful places in the UK to drink, eat and stay with your pet. With this book to hand there's no need to leave your dog at home. Faithful friends deserve a break too!
Author: Catherine Phillips
Publisher: Random House
Release Date: 2017-03-02
What happens when you want to take a holiday, or even just pop out for a drink, and your dog looks up at you with those expectant eyes? Do you know which pubs welcome muddy paws with a bowl of water and a dog biscuit? Or where you and your dog can both enjoy a comfortable overnight stay? From the editors of the UK's No 1 travel guide, the much loved Good Pub Guide, comes the latest edition of the Good Guide to Dog Friendly Pubs, Hotels and B&Bs. Featuring fully updated information, the guide provides you with hundreds of wonderful places in the UK to drink, eat and stay with your pet. With this book to hand, there's no need to leave your dog at home. Faithful friends deserve a break too!
Author: Sarah Guy
Publisher: Random House
Release Date: 2017-04-06
London for Dogs features over 120 ideas for things to do with your dog in the city. Organised around each borough from North to South, East to West, there’s something to discover whether you want to be surprised by a gem just round the corner or fancy exploring somewhere further afield. Including pubs, cafes and restaurants that welcome dogs with enthusiasm; find the best places to enjoy a quiet hour or meet up with friends, and maybe even discover your new local. As well as London’s more obvious green spaces, this guide will also highlight unsung parks, such as the lovely Hilly Fields in South East London. There’ll also be suggestions of weekend activities such as the Lee Valley dog agility course, which includes jumps, hoops and a high walk. For less energetic things to do on the weekends, the guide will also cover behaviourists, groomers and quirky dog boutiques where you can treat your pooch to everything from handmade treats to tweed dog collars. Looking to escape city life for a day? The guide also includes inspiration for short trips away, as well as top ten lists for those pushed for time. Whether you’re a resident Londoner looking for new dog-friendly inspiration, or a visitor hoping to navigate the city with your four-legged friend, London for Dogs will transform your experience of London. Featuring contributions from journalist and broadcaster Kate Spicer, food writer Debora Robertson and founder of Lily's Kitchen Pet Food, Henrietta Morrison.
Author: Jane Common
Release Date: 2014-05-15
Genre: Great Britain
A canine guide to British holidays, seeking out the best dog-friendly days out, beaches, hotels, pubs, campsites, cottages and holidays. An amusing and informative guide, illustrated with photos of different dogs, from pedigrees to mutts, at various locations around Britain. The book builds on the success of the website www.phileasdogg.com, which has been running for 18 months and has a mailing list and social media following in the thousands. The site's main canine correspondent is Attlee, aka Phileas Dogg, a three year old Battersea mongrel, owned by freelance journalist Jane Common. As well as Attlee, the site is written by a team of Rover Reporters from as far afield as the Shetland Isles and Cornwall. In the short time it's been running, the site has been picked up by The Evening Standard and The Guardian - "even if you don't have a dog we urge you to read this"; Waitrose Weekend, Prima, Real People and Dogs Today magazines as well as generating local paper stories around the country, in places where Phileas has visited. Jane has been invited on to BBC Radio as an expert in dog travel and worked with Visit England, the Kennel Club and Battersea Dogs and Cats Home to promote dog-friendly holidays and days out.
This beautifully photographed collection tells the stories of the much-loved dogs, of all kinds, that live in pubs all over Great Britain, not least the Pub Dog Capital of Britain, Whitstable. Locals love their pub dogs and landlords often say that people come in as much for the dog as for anything else. Dogs make a pub feel like home for regulars. Fleckney and Lucas chronicle the incredible variety of dogs that actually live in, rather than simply visit, Britain's pubs. They showcase the dogs with their beautiful photographic portraits and tell their stories, too. In feel, this is very much a 'family album' of British pub dogs.
Sift through the pages to find unexpected generosity and dashes of eccentricity in places where your dog can share your room. B&Bs, hotels, weekend boltholes and inns: remote and simple or wrapped in luxury, each one is special in its own way. Find tasty breakfasts to wake to, log fires to come home to and a guaranteed welcome for dogs - runarounds in the garden, towels for muddy paws, treats behind the bar. Above all: owners who know all the dog-friendly walks, woods, beaches, picnic spots and pubs on their patch. Pick an area from our map, select a coloured number (red for B&B/hotel, blue for self-catered) and find the relevant page. User-friendly maps and lively write-ups make each guide a pleasure to read - and a great gift for a friend.* A wonderful collection of over hotels, B&Bs, weekend boltholes and inns where you can share a bedroom with your dog - many of which are new for this edition* At each there's a special treat for your dog - maybe a tasty sausage at breakfast, a river to splash through, or a fleecy blanket by the fire* Honest write ups, clear symbols, colour photos and excellent maps take the hard work out of finding the perfect place - be it a friendly townhouse, a chic eco barn or a hotel by the sea* With a brilliant selection of dog-friendly pubs-for-a-pint to visit* We look for what we like, celebrate the unusual and the beautiful, and inspect each and every place. We've visited all these special places and like them - we know you will too!
Author: Kelly E. Carter
Publisher: National Geographic Books
Release Date: 2014-04-01
National Geographic’s ultimate resource for traveling with your furry friend features hundreds of dog-friendly places to pamper your pooch, from doggie daycare to canine couture. Special features include walks you can take with your dog, insider tips from local pet parents on how to best enjoy their area with a pup, and sidebars detailing unique opportunities for coddled canines, such as winery hikes in California wine country. New York Times bestselling author and pet parent Kelly E. Carter, and her beloved longhaired Chihuahua, Lucy, give you the inside scoop on pet-friendly hotels and restaurants, beaches, parks, and dog runs, plus the lowdown on events for four-legged visitors and dog-friendly attractions. A detailed introduction discussed everything you need to know when taking your pooch on vacation, including the lay of the land for road tripping and flying cross-country. From Sanibel Island, FL, to Whistler, BC, from Montreal QC, and Nantucket, MA to San Francisco, CA, The Dog Lover’s Guide to Travel showcases 75 of the best pet-friendly vacation destinations across the U.S. and Canada.
Author: Jo Hoare
Publisher: Dog n Bone
Release Date: 2017-09-12
Have you noticed how some dogs look like their owners? Or that certain people are drawn to specific breeds—like curly haired people and Poodles? Do you question whether it’s really worth the money to take your dog to the Paw Seasons groomers or struggle to believe that Tindog (Tinder for dogs) is really a thing? The answers to all these questions and more are revealed in What Your Dog’s Breed Says About You. Contained within are 25 brilliant profiles of the most popular canine companions out there, using a series of character sketches to detail the quirks and foibles of each breed and its owner. Take the Golden Retriever, shedding endless hairs onto the couches of well-to-do families in waxed jackets across the western world. Or the hardheaded Dachshund, who will belligerently resist any efforts to be trained by its control-freak owner. Also included is a section on The Issues, which covers key topics common to all dogs and their owners, like whether your dog should be allowed to sleep on the bed with you, the politics of poop, pampering your pooch, and the ultimate dog diet. Finally, there’s a fun quiz outlining the dog breed that you really should have.
This is the only book of its kind. Packed with stunning photography and beautifully designed. With humour and specific information about the pubs along each walk, this book will appeal to those planning their holidays or planning a day trip. The book reaches a huge market as it targets dog owners who enjoy a good walk and then visiting a pub. The simplicity of the guides and maps caters for all. This book can be sold in a wide range of stores and outlets and will appeal to anyone living, or intending to visit, the Cotswolds region. Due to its outstanding high quality and professional standard this book is real value for money.
Author: Alisdair Aird
Publisher: Random House
Release Date: 2009-02-05
What happens when you want to take a holiday or even just pop out for a drink and your dog looks up at you with expectant eyes? Do you know which pubs welcome muddy paws with a bowl of water and a dog biscuit? Or where you and your dog can both enjoy a comfortable overnight stay? From the editors of the UK's No 1 travel guide, the much loved Good Pub Guide, comes the Good Guide to Dog Friendly Pubs, Hotels and B&Bs. Featuring a fantastic new easy-to-use page-layout and fully updated information, the guide provides you with hundreds of wonderful places in the UK to drink, eat and stay with your pet. So don't leave your dog a treat and take your faithful friend on holiday too!
Author: Graham Fulton
Release Date: 2015-10-22
Pub Dogs of London is a beautiful, charming coffee-table book of photographic portraits of the many and varied canine regulars of London's inimitable public houses. With a range of famous breeds as well as the expected scruffy mongrels, and with biographical profiles of each pub-visiting pooch, this is the must-have record of the capital's world-famous demi-monde. The book also includes some occasional humorous verse inspired by the images from poet Graham Fulton.
Your World Your Way Travel writer and expat Andrew Dier shares his expert perspective on Colombia, guiding you on a memorable and unique experience. Whether you're dancing and dining in Bogotá or hiking to the Ciudad Perdida, Moon Colombia has activities for every traveler. With itineraries like “Music and Dance Festivals” and “Mountain Highs,” expertly crafted maps, gorgeous photos, and Andrew's trustworthy advice, Moon Colombia provides the tools for planning your perfect trip! Moon Colombia covers can't-miss sights and the best destinations including: Cartagena and the Caribbean Coast Medellín and the Coffee Region The Amazon and Los Llanos