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West Leas Holiday Cottages
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Ripon
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West Leas Holiday Cottages

Six self catering cottages on a small farm looking out over the Yorkshire Dales. Located along a quiet farm...

Rudding Holiday Park
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Harrogate
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Rudding Holiday Park

Privately owned, award-winning Rudding Holiday Park’s close proximity to Harrogate, Leeds, York and the Yorkshire Dales make it a...

Artists' Cottage
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Harrogate
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Artists' Cottage

Spend your time in Harrogate in this beautifully refurbished Victorian cottage; Artists Cottage offers two large double bedrooms and...

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Whatever you are looking for you will find the perfect place for you and your dog to stay where you can keep them with you, not locked up where you cannot see or be with them.

Many of our providers will also have facilities such as a paw wash area, water bowls and a stock of treats, and enclosed garden areas (for you to let the dog out with piece of mind).

The staff will be able to advise you on great local dog walks, and may be able to suggest places you can let your dog off the lead to burn off some energy.

Dogs love new places just like us. For them they are tantalising new world with new smells, new sites and completely new things to discover. This can make the holiday as much a treat for them as it is for you.

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Dog’s Away Case

OK, let’s not drift into the treating dogs like people with their own hats and luggage, but a dedicated away case (be it an old rucksack or just a sturdy Bag-For-Life) is a good way of making sure you take all your dog needs with you when you go away.

Here’s what you might want to include:
• A dog bowl
• Dog food measure
• Spare lead.
• Dog drying jacket (half towel, half coat – a worthwhile investment for an outdoors holiday in the UK)
• Treats & chews (packed in sealed bag so they don’t spoil)
• A couple of indoor toys, and some tennis balls (or your dogs preferred equivalent)
• A fold out or collapsible water bowl so you can keep your dog hydrated on long walks.
• A sturdy 1 or 2ltr bottle to take water with you on long walks
• Pack of poo bags

Once your dog’s away case is done, all you need to do is pack enough dog food for the length of your break (plus a bit more – just in case) and throw the dog bed in the car and you are good to go!

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