Doggie Blog

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Taff Trail – Cilfynydd

One of my favourite walks is down the Taff Trail from Trallwn to Cilfynydd. I reckon this is one of the best spots of the whole 55 mile trail. I always stop for a...

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Offa’s Dyke – Day 5

We drove east and mammy dropped us off at Llantillio Crossenny where we’d finished last time. We picked up the ‘acorn’ signs and followed the route north-west towards Great Treadam. A mile later we...

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Doodle Day – Coney Island

Last Sunday it was hammering down with rain but nevertheless my hungover daddy (blame Scotland v Wales), mammy, sister and our friend Helena and her gorgeous puppy Selwyn decided to take me for a drive...

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Offa’s Dyke – Day 4

Starting where we left off last time in the historic town of Monmouth we past the Robin Hood pub and crossed the bridge through the gatehouse. Through a hosting estate and soon we were back...

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Posh Pets

Thought this might be of interest to some dog owners, just click the image to find out more:

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Brecon in Snow

I love the Brecon Beacons, a bit like Iolo Williams on the telly. So here are a few more images of Pen y Fan, the highest point in south Wales. This time me and...

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Barry Island

I love going to the beach. And I think my daddy likes going too. And my sister, and her friends, and my best friend Finn the boxer. In fact, everyone I know loves going...

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Old Bwl

A great walk from Pontypridd is to head off down the Taff Trail and follow your nose towards Cilfynydd. It’s quite easy to do, even for humans, as the sewage works is next to...

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Offa’s Dyke – Day 3

I think my daddy and sister were on a bit of a roll ‘cos the next time they took me out for a walk in the car they drove back to where they finished...

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Hopkinstown Trail

My mammy often visits friends in the Rhondda and so when she does, daddy and me sometimes hitch a lift and get dropped off near the Rhondda Heritage Park in Trehafod. From there we can stroll...

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Offa’s Dyke – Day 2

My first walk on Offa’s Dyke was awesome and so after much nagging my daddy and sister finally agreed to take me on the second section. We also persuaded my sister’s friend and daddy to...

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Offa’s Dyke – Day 1

Following the English/Welsh border for 177 miles alongside the 8th Century Offa’s Dyke this National Trail takes you through changing landscapes offering amazing opportunities to catch a view of our native wildlife. My daddy...

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Ogmore Beach

Ogmore-by-sea is a great place to take a doggie like me because it’s great beach is dog-friendly all year round! That means you can take me down there in the summer when it’s full of...

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Pen y Fan (again…)

I said in my last post that my daddy has been up and down Pen y Fan about 50 times or more, well, here’s another walk up there. A few days after Christmas we always try...

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Pen y Fan

Pen y Fan is the highest peak in south Wales, situated in the Brecon Beacons National Park. At 886 metres (2,907 ft) above sea-level, it is also the highest British peak south of Cadair Idris in Snowdonia. The first ‘summit’ of Corn Du at...

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Forest & Canal

I had such a great time chasing squirrels and ducks on my last trip to the Glamorganshire Canal Nature Reserve that my daddy decided it would be nice to take my best friend Finn...

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Glamorganshire Canal, Radyr

One of my favourite outings is when Daddy takes me down to Forest Farm, near Cardiff. If you’re driving your doggie there just take the A470 south from the valleys and take the ‘Asda’...

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Ponty Park & River Taff

A nice walk can be done through Ynysangharad War Memorial Park, Pontypridd. From the park gates you turn left then head on down through the trees and past the Evan James / James James...

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Cardiff Bay Loop

A great walkies for us energetic doggies is a loop of the ‘Bay’. My dad drove us both down to Cardiff in autumn 2014 and parked by the posh hotel. We then strolled anti-clockwise...

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Pontneddfechan

It was back at the end of the summer of 2014 that my mammy, daddy, sister, our two friends and their kids decided to take me to the Neath valley and to the pretty little village...

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Play Fighting

Here are some photos of me play-fighting with my friend Diesel. It might look a bit rough but honestly it’s not. We are very good friends and often meet up for a sniff of...

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Cilfynydd Walk

A nice walk for doggies everywhere is one I did a while back with my daddy and big sister. We started at Ponty Common, walked up the left hand path through the ferns and...

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Ponty Park Friends

I usually play over the Common, but sometimes I do venture down into the War Memorial Park and have a little run around on the cricket pitch or Taff Trail. Of course, with all...

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Playing With Friends

If in doubt, then Ponty Common is the place to be. A radical, scruffy hangout for all things canine, fluffy and friendly. Here I am playing with some new friends on the main green.

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Cardiff Bay Wetlands

The Cardiff Bay Wetlands Reserve was officially opened as a wetland reserve in July 2002. It is an area of approximately 8 hectares located on the northern edge of Cardiff Bay, between the St....