British Dog Field of the Year Rules – It’s simple!
We’d really appreciate it if you could take a look at your listing here and let me know of any factual inaccuracies – please do feel free to send me some up-to-date pictures for your field if we have not reviewed your field through a visit.
Just as a note, we don’t list a field as ‘reactive friendly’ unless this has been verified by one of our team – this is by demand from our field users who have requested consistency. It’s not a reflection on your field!
Why Dog Field of The Year?
The ‘British Dog Field of the Year’ idea came about following a conversation with a regular field user who said she was still speaking to people who had never heard of dog fields and she thought a bit of a contest might raise the profile of all fields in her area.
She was right – we’ve been going county by county across the UK promoting dog fields as a concept and following each regional round, dog fields are reporting increased interest; more bookings; and inquiries from professional users looking to utilise secure spaces for their business.
Rising tides really do raise all ships.
If you want to get actively involved in the competition (lots of fields have enjoyed mobilising their customers in this quest!), you can share the link below with your customers to get their vote:
Please feel free to download and use the images contained in the files below for your social media!
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Thanks again for joining the British Dog Fields community!