Three dog shops you have to visit in Cornwall

Cornwall is one of the most dog friendly places to visit in the UK, so there’s no wonder it’s where we choose to take The Scamps each year. No matter which town you visit, you’ll be able to find a…

Huer’s Hut hidden coastal walk in Newquay

Set off the road at King Edwards Crescent, between Fistral Beach and Newquay harbour, you’ll find a small white Grade II* listed building that was once an integral part of Newquay’s fishing industry. Whilst the Huer’s Hut is quite literally…

Edgard and Cooper lamb and beef jerky mini review

Whilst the Edgard and Cooper bites are small but mighty, their jerky treats are large and in charge. We recently received a packet of their luscious lamb and beef jerky made with nearly 60% beef, 25% lamb, as well as…

Dog lovers – run, don’t walk to B&M for these adorable gifts

Christmas gifts are starting to hit the shelves at B&M stores across the UK, and each year, they bring out an adorable range for pups and pet parents. From Disney dogs to party pooches, there are gifts for humans and…

Chapel Farms Secure Dog Field perfect for Newquay tourists

When we came to visit Cornwall last year, we spotted the Chapel Farms Secure Dog Field just a three minute drive from Hendra, where we were staying. Whilst the popular paddock was fully booked at the time, I made a…

6 of the best dog friendly pubs, bars and restaurants in Newquay

Looking for somewhere to grab a bite to eat or a cocktail or two in Newquay? This dog-friendly town is packed with fab bars, coffee shops, restaurants and pubs that will welcome four-legged customers with open arms. In fact, they’ll…

Five bite-sized treats we love for the treat jar

Whenever I see the treat jar running dangerously low, I hop on to the Hounds website and stock up on our favourite biscuits and bites to fill it back up. I like our jar to have a pick ‘n’ mix…