Posted 2 months ago
There’s nothing better than bringing our dogs along on holiday with us, seeing them race across the beach, or bound through woodland trails.
And it’s actually been proven that our dogs love a holiday just as much as us humans, as their heart rate can increase up to 74% when on the beach!
Now, Canine Cottages are giving a handful of lucky pups the chance to be one of their ‘Canine Critics’, to review a holiday and receive a bag of goodies.
The dog-friendly holiday company said: “The lucky winners get to give us the lowdown on how fantastic it is to stay in our dog-friendly cottages as they’ll win a free stay in a UK location of their choice.
“They’ll also get the chance to review the property and the local area, helping dog lovers to discover the best places for their four-pawed pals to fetch, play and run.”
Alongside treats and gadgets, the successful applicants will also get exclusive deals and offers with Canine Club, and be seen by over 135,000 social media followers, giving your hound celeb status!
One of last years’ winners, Barrie - a rescue dog - sniffed out all the best things to do in Sussex whilst staying in Beach Hut at Eastbourne.
The criteria for the accommodation were short and simple: beach within walking distance; secure, fenced-off garden; and a good fish and chip shop nearby - and it ticked all the boxes!
Social media stars Phil, Niko and Teddy - a trio of alaskan malamutes - won the Canine Cottages superstars category at the 2020 Canine Critics, winning their family a holiday to North Devon.
The three huggable hounds enjoyed walking around the lakes near their dog-friendly log cabin, and exploring Clovelly Estate.
So, if you want to put your pup forward to become a canine critic for Canine Cottages, you can register your interest on their website.
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