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A beagle on a dog walk

Event details

Date: 18 July 2024

Time: 6pm - 7pm

Location: Passage Lane car Park, SO31 9FR

Guided Waggy Walk at Bunny Meadows

Join the Coast and Country Canines team for a guided, group dog walk around beautiful Bunny Meadows in Warsash. Take in the sights and sounds of nature while your dog explores alongside you and makes some new doggy friends.

The group will walk at a gentle pace, allowing the dogs plenty of opportunities to engage with their environment along the way.

The walk should take around one hour, however, it may be slightly longer or shorter depending on the pace of the group and how often we stop.

This walk is free to attend, but places are limited so please be sure to book.

Event details

Meeting place and parking: We will meet at Passage Lane car Park, SO31 9FR. what3words: drew.emulating.heeding

Dogs per person: The maximum number of dogs per person is two, but we recommend one dog per person where possible.

Leads: Dogs must stay on lead for the duration of the walk.

What to bring: You will need a lead, collar and/or harness for your dog, as well as poo bags and treats. Please dress appropriately for the weather and bring sturdy footwear.

Nervous dogs: We want everyone to be comfortable on our walk, so if you have a nervous dog that needs a little more space, please feel free to join in from further away so that there is some distance between yourself and the main group. Before touching/feeding/approaching an unknown dog, please check with the owner that this is okay.

Accessibility: There is some uneven ground on this walk – we will cover gentle slopes and mixed terrain, including boardwalk, pavement, grass, woodland and gravel.

Book your place: To book your place, please email Alice Ashcroft-Dalley at alice.ashcroft-dalley@hants.gov.uk with the number of people and dogs you would like to attend, and a phone number that we can contact you on if need be.

Important note about dog walking equipment: We cannot allow the use of prong collars, shock collars (sometimes called e-collars), choke chains, or any other kinds of aversive equipment on our walks. These tools pose safety risks and fall outside of our ethical guidelines, so we kindly ask that you leave these at home. You are still welcome to join us using a standard collar or harness, and we are happy to discuss why we take this stance and ethical alternatives.

Our outdoor walks and activities are weather dependant. We aim to let you know by email in good time if a walk is cancelled due to bad weather, but please check your emails before leaving home.