Tag: National Trust

Your dog’s poo is toxic

At last, some one has put up the sign that tells it how it is! YOUR DOG’S WASTE IS TOXIC. This is a great poster placed by the National Trust in St Agnes, Cornwall. Lets hope this starts a new trend of telling people the truth. Picking up after your dog isn’t about fines and avoiding getting caught, it’s about doing the right thing all the time, and knowing why it’s the right...

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Holidays with your dog

Are you planning on taking your dog on holiday with you this year so you can both enjoy walking in pastures (or beaches) new? You’ve worked hard all year, spent a lot on your hard earned cash on just the right accommodation so when you finally arrive and you get out to walk and explore your beautiful surroundings don’t become a Dog Poo Slave As a person who lives in a popular tourist...

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Useful App for your iPhone

For all you dog owners out there that own an iPhone here’s a great tip on a free application.  The National Trust have an app available which not only gives you details of your nearest National Trust property to your current location but will also show you how to get there on google maps.  It’s a great little app which can open up a raft of new places to explore and walk your dog, it...

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New Outlets

Just a quick note to let you know that you can now purchase Dicky Bags at 7 National Trust Properties around the Country.  These are Trelissick and Carnewas in Cornwall, Knightshayes and Killerton in Devon, Box Hill in Surrey, Felbrigg in Norfolk and Clumber Park in Nottinghamshire.  You can now enjoy a great day out with your dog and not have to worry about carrying that bag of dog poo.  If you’ve...

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RSPCA endorse the Dicky Bag

Great news.  Not only do the National Trust believe in the Dicky Bag, now the RSPCA believe it to be an excellent product to promote responsible dog ownership.  They will be stocking it in their shop and encouraging everyone who adopts a dog to invest in one. It’s so nice to meet forward thinking people, thank you Michelle

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National Trust Promote Dicky Bag

{jcomments on}Trelissick Gardens near Truro, Cornwall took delivery of there first batch of Dicky Bags this Sunday 9th August.  They are very excited to be stocking them and are hoping to promote responsible dog ownership to keep the gardens beautiful, and will be encouraging their visitors to use them. They think their biggest sellers will be the Black and Pink bags. 

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