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This is one where I’m not going to beat about the bush. You must check your fields every day before you open – for both your customers and to protect your business. If you don’t do it, please read on because I hope by the end of this, I’ve convinced…View more
Acre for acre, dog fields have the highest return on investment of any land use I know of that doesn’t involve selling up and watching the developers move in.View more
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.View more
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.View more
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.View more
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.View more
Setting up a dog field is easy! If you know what you’re doing. If you haven’t done it before and don’t know your market you can make some very expensive mistakes that can have an enormous effect on the success of your business.View more
Every field is different, but as an example of the most common set up – a 2 acre grass paddock with 6ft fencing – using our own Dog Field Cost Calculator, set up costs are approximately £20,000-30,000 excluding the cost of the land (2022) depending on a few important factors.View more
For dog owners in Darlington, there are now two new secure facilities that have been designed from day one with a view to gaining British Dog Fields Accreditation.View more
Most people expect to be able to shop for groceries, airline tickets, hair appointments and booked events online so it should be no surprise that users of dog fields expect to be able to make and manage their bookings online too.View more
Adding just one additional weekday booking in your dog field can increase your revenue by more than £2500 per year.View more
Setting up a dog field might sound simple – put up a fence, make a Facebook booking page and watch the money come rolling in.View more
If you’re a regular user of exclusive-use dog fields you have probably had more than one session cut short by people arriving early, people leaving late or people turning up at completely the wrong time. We have even had an unwitting person waltz straight into a field we were using,…View more