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Shopping for Secondhand Dog Items

I’m really impressed with how many secondhand dog items you can find. I’ve purchased everything from crates and dog guards to harnesses and toys. The cost of owning a dog can soon mount up, so it’s reassuring to know there are plenty of used items available in perfectly good condition, so long as you know where to look. Today I thought I’d share with you my tips on shopping for secondhand dog items.

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Wheal Coates to Chapel Porth

Remnants of Cornwall’s mining past are plentiful. From old ruins to closed off shafts and disused quarries, there are so many mining walks to explore. I’ve always wanted to see an old mine up close, so decided to walk around Wheal Coates, near St. Agnes, with Woody. Strong gale force winds battered us as we navigated the coast path to Chapel Porth, which made for an amusing and memorable walk indeed!

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A Dog Friendly Trip to The Cotswolds | GIFTED

Woody and I rarely leave Cornwall. With so many beaches, woodlands and walks to explore here, there’s plenty of adventures to keep us occupied! Nevertheless, we recently took a trip up country. Our fluffy friend Marcel le Corgi invited us to join him for a few days in The Cotswolds, an opportunity we simply couldn’t refuse!

DOGSCLOSURE: Marcel le Corgi invited us to join him on his trip with Log House Holidays and Visit Wiltshire. We received a complimentary stay at Log House Holidays, along with a tour with Anne from Tour and Explore in return for this blogpost.

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