About This Field
Bluebell Dog Field is part of Bluebell Boarding in Leamington Hastings, Warwickshire and is just 5 miles from Southam, 8 miles from Rugby and 10 miles from Daventry.
This dog field is 2 acres and fenced to 6ft all round with close grid dog field fencing.
Booking and Accessing Bluebell Dog Field
Booking a session at Bluebell dog field is via a simple, secure online booking system and sessions are either 30 minutes or 1 hour for up to a maximum of 8 dogs.
You access the field from a private track that is suitable for all but very low clearance vehicles. The field is on your left before you reach the boarding facility.
The parking for this field is within the secure area and is accessed by a large agricultural gate that is also 6ft.
The field is secured with a padlock and you will receive the code prior to your session.
What is Bluebell Dog Field like?
This field is very versatile – there is plenty of space for a really good run around for even the most athletic dogs and there are some activities available for your dogs – tyres, jumps and various play equipment.
The ground is relatively flat making it possible to bring a buggy and for those not particularly stable on their feet. It may however not be suitable for some wheel chairs.
One side of the field shares a boundary with a field that had horses in at the time of our visit, two sides are screened with thick hedges and the boundary with the track is set back from the road.
Is Bluebell Dog Field Secure?
This field is surrounded with 6ft, narrow gauge deer fencing and is in excellent condition. The fencing is knitted well at the base and there were no holes to be found.
Access is through a 6ft welded mesh vehicle gate with a padlock that you can secure from the inside.
Notes for Reactive Dog Owners:
This field is on a working farm and boarding kennels and there is a track that runs along side the field that is active with vehicles. Despite several vehicles passing during our visit, the track did not bother our vehicle reactive dog as it was several metres from the fence line but may be something to consider.
As some points during the year, there may be livestock grazing in the field surrounding the field.
There is some dog noise from the boarding kennels – at the time of our visit there were dogs exercising in a separate secure area. This was completely out of sight of our dogs but those that are very reactive to distant dog barks may not find this field suitable.
If you have visited this field and something listed is incorrect, please get in touch via email.
* We only list fields as reactive friendly following a visit because reactivity means different things to different dogs! Details can be found on each review in the yellow section. Listed fields field may be suitable for reactive dogs, but we have just not had the chance to verify this.