About This Field
- 2 Fields – nearby but not adjacent.
Claines Dog Fields offer two facilities on the edge of the village of Claines near Worcester. We visited Claines Field 2 so this review refers to this field only.
Located just a couple of miles north of the centre of Worcester and 3 miles from junction 6 of the M5, Claines is a great field for locals and anyone travelling up or down the country.
Booking and Accessing Claines Dog Field
Booking is through a secure website and sessions are 1 hour – if you have a reactive dog, we recommend leaving the usual few minutes either side of your booking to ensure you don’t bump into other users.
Access is straight forward and suitable for all vehicles as it’s directly from a main road – the W3W link and Google maps pin will both take you directly to the gate.
You pull off the main road into an area in front of the gate and there is a waiting area (although there is plenty of space to park outside up the road so you are not seen if you are early).
The parking area is large and there is plenty of room to turn before you exit. There is no restriction on the number of cars or dogs as long as you make the correct booking.
What is Claines Field 2 Secure Dog Field Like?
Claines Field 2 has lovely views out to the Malvern Hills and is a very nice space. Your dog is visible from everywhere in the field which can be reassuring for some users.
The parking area is large and secure so once you are in the main gate you are free to let your dog out. There is another gate to access the field.
This is a mown paddock and is a little rough underfoot for anyone with mobility issues but like most other dog fields, there’s a path starting to emerge from regular use.
There are a few agricultural enrichment items and a picnic bench under a tree which offers nice views out over the field.
Is Claines Dog Field Secure?
This field is fenced to 5ft with high tensile think gauge netting (see image for reference with standard medium chuck-it). The netting is smaller at the base (7.5cm x 7.5cm) and gradually gets larger so is suitable for all but the tiniest or most athletic dogs. The fencing is well installed and flush with the ground.
The car park is a secure pen for safe release and has a good surface. If you have a particularly small dog, be aware that the fencing on either side of the fence has space for small dogs to escape so you may wish to keep them on lead until in the main field. (Again, photos for reference).
Things you should know about Claines Dog Field 2:
- There is a little noise from the A449 which runs along side and at the time of our visit there was a lot of noise coming the primary school across the road so if you are looking for a very tranquil setting, you might want to avoid break time!
Notes for Reactive Dog Owners:
- This field is well set back from the road and has secure parking however the position of the parking and the field means that passersby and road users can be seen from the field at the moment
- There are no footpaths or livestock in the vicinity (at time of visit – the field is divided so may have other uses)
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* 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.