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Alright in Albourne

Albourne is a village and civil parish in the Mid Sussex district of West Sussex, England. It lies just off the A23 road three miles east of Henfield. The parish has a land area of just 772.9 hectares. The village is home to a number of old and historic buildings, such as Gallops (an old […]

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No dog is born anti-social

Humans are the only source to make a dog anti social – TRUE. If your dog doesn’t like other dogs or humans you have a problem. A problem that arguably any owner is responsible to correct. I’ve heard many excuses by owners but they are all nonsense. Excuses ranging from my dog doesn’t like black […]

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An exhausting, but great six months…

  I can’t believe it has been six months of trading for Brighton Dog Adventures. It’s quite stressful at times but I really enjoy helping busy clients have their dog companions exercised and socialised on the South Downs. I love to hear the stories of the improvements that my clients have seen in their dog(s) […]

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Off the beaten tracks

Dogs need to express their full natural behaviour to keep them healthy socially and physically. My first consideration are non-dog people who are taking a walk on the downs. Many people (who I have compassion for) haven’t been shown wonderful dogs and/or have tolerance for dogs. I accept this whole heartily and keep our small dog groups away from them. The problem […]

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Devil’s Dyke

One of the dogs favourite destinations is Devil’s Dyke, a 100m deep V-shaped valley on the South Downs Way. Devil’s Dyke was a major local tourist attraction in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Today it is still very popular for ramblers, dog walkers and families on the weekends. It’s a National Trust area. […]

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Stanmer Park near Brighton Stadium

This is not only a spectacular park but historic to it’s core. Stanmer House is an 18th century Georgian Mansion. It stands very close to Stanmer village and Church, within the Stanmer Park. Constructed by the French architect Nicholas Dubois in 1722 in a Palladian style for the Pelham family, it incorporates the remains of an earlier house, and was again altered […]

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Castle Hill Nature Reserve

An amazing space that I have found just recently after 12 years in Brighton. There is a safe off road parking area just on the right hand side as one leaves Woodingdean on the road towards Falmer. It’s a large area off the road where I unload the dogs onto their leads. We have to […]

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Sheepcote Valley

Sheepcote Valley is a spectacular place to group walk dogs. There is a safe contained car park where we can unload the dogs and lead them through the gated area, over Brighton Horse Racetrack and onto the many trails offered. I always take a look to see the activity on the day and then take […]

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