What Height Fence Do I Need For A Dog Field?
Results from a recent poll by British Dog Fields across social media showed that over 95% of regular dog field users who participated require their dog fields to have a minimum fence height of 6ft.
Sand Pits for Dogs – Common Mistakes and How to Avoid them
Installing a well constructed sand pit which is safe and provides enough space for a dog to dig and play is a great addition to a secure dog field facility.
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If your planning application is refused or unreasonable conditions are applied, you can appeal the decision. The success of that appeal is dependent on many things.
Practical Tips for Dealing with Customers Who Leave Dog Mess in Your Secure Dog Field
With a lot of experience in this unsavoury topic and having refused to be defeated by the challenge, here we’ll share our top tips for reducing the impact of this issue – the do’s and the don’ts of dealing with dog waste in secure fields.
Has the Dog Field Boom Gone Bust?
Dog fields have been around for decades but their popularity as an alternative land-based income has seen a huge rise in the last 12 months with both a positive, and negative impact on established field owners.
How Much Money Can You Make Running a Secure Dog Field?
Most secure dog fields in the UK can expect to earn between £25,000 and £35,000 a year but those in a particularly good location, with long operating hours, and offering an exceptional level of service and security can earn upwards of £55,000.