There is only one thing that can make a sandy beach between the blue sea and green rolling hills better: dogs. Saunton in North Devon is so dog-friendly the beach café even sells dog biscuits
Dogs, it’s time to iron your best bandana, learn to drink without slurping and resist temptation to lick your plate (it’s only for one afternoon!): you can come to high tea with your humans
When Wunderdog went on holiday in Devon, we stopped over at the romantic, dog-friendly manor house hidden near Bath in the Somerset countryside. A lunch to remember – not least because of house-dog Oscar
Salt marshes and sandy beaches, enchanted woodlands and tea shops with home-made doggy biscuits – between Cley-next-the-Sea and Holkam every step makes the heart sing and the dog’s tail wag. Wunderdog’s tips for a wonderful break in Norfolk
The brand is going on tour this summer with a series of pop-up shops. The first is in co-founder Genesta’s hometown of Whitstable during the first week of June. No matter when you go, here are team Fetch & Follow’s tips for a doggy day by the sea
Our walkies correspondents Jess and her dogs Toby and Amos spent a blissful week in Winterton-on-Sea in the Norfolk Braods
The latest instalment in Wunderdog’s ongoing series comes from the beautiful, snowy Swedish capital. Rescue collie Roxy shows us around her favourite parks and cafés, together with her human, Elin Bohman.
February has a lot of canine love: Valentine’s Day as well as ‘Love Your Pet Day’ on February 20, so this is a great month to book a getaway. PetsPyjamas has built a reputation for being the place to book your dog-holiday with more than 2,000 pet-welcoming hotels
Olive ‘The Gentle Pit’ is showing Wunderdog around her favourite parts of town, where she models, plays and tries to change the perception about her breed.
With 15,000 trees, this woodland is like Glastonbury for a doggy nose. An in autumn, it’s enchantingly beautiful for us humans, too.