Search is on for dog friendly spots

Poor Cleo had to be returned to the centre as the baby of the new family she went to was extremely allergic to her once they were in the home.'Cleo is a lovely female, 5 year old Staffordshire Bull Terrier. She is great with cats and has been good with the few children she has met. She is such a softy and just loves EVERYONE she meets.'She is also good with calm dogs, she finds bouncy ones a bit too much!'Cleo has skin allergies which she needs medication for sometimes but it is very manageable.
Poor Cleo had to be returned to the centre as the baby of the new family she went to was extremely allergic to her once they were in the home.'Cleo is a lovely female, 5 year old Staffordshire Bull Terrier. She is great with cats and has been good with the few children she has met. She is such a softy and just loves EVERYONE she meets.'She is also good with calm dogs, she finds bouncy ones a bit too much!'Cleo has skin allergies which she needs medication for sometimes but it is very manageable.

The search is on to find Scotland’s most dog friendly places, as the Kennel Club launches its Open for Dog Awards 2013.

The competition, now in its seventh year, aims to find the businesses, towns and public places across the country that open their doors to dogs, with a special prizegiving to be held in London in November. With over 8 million dogs in the UK, and around one in four households owning a dog, the Kennel Club’s campaign, in association with Dog Friendly, aims to break down barriers for man’s best friend by encouraging more public spaces to welcome dogs through their doors. The competition runs until October 4, and winners are determined by a public vote.

Contact www.thekennelclub.org.uk or telephone: 0844 463 3980.