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The best place to find all your agility needs is through Agilitynet where there is a selection of products and services - good value and good service from good friends. Please don't forget to mention Agilitynet when you order.

Dog Friendly Accommodation & Agility Camps
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Cotswold Caravan Hire
Our little bit of luxury Is available to hire from four nights as standard or two nights if local to Gloucestershire. The caravan comes with everything you need for your break away with optional bedding, towels, awning and even Coveva garden windbreaks for agility shows. The caravan is dog friendly. We have no upper limit on how many dogs we accept for our agility family. We deliver, set up and collect! To find out more including price and availability go to:

Dog Sports Holidays in Wales
Weekend breaks where you can relax and train with your canine companions. Enjoy superb self catering accommodation in our newly converted stable. Pleasant walks and lots of local attractions. Training available for novice handlers.

Loxley's Lodge
Nestled in the heart of Sherwood Forest, Loxley's Lodge is ideal for dogs with lots of woodland paths & trails to be explored right from the doorstep. It's also perfect for canicross or bikejoring. Up to three dogs stay for free, then 10 per dog per stay. The lodge sleeps up to six people in three bedrooms. It has a private, secure garden with hot tub, BBQ and covered outdoor dining area. Inside, there is a log burner, fully fitted kitchen inc three drawer freezer, underfloor heating, free Wifi and an en-suite to the Master.

Pack Holidays
Looking for a very dog friendly cottage in Norfolk?  If you have one dog or several, we have a range of gorgeous cottages for you. All dogs come free of charge. We offer secure gardens, welcome treats, dog holiday tags, spare dog beds, crates, leads, bowls and poo bags, too. Hoooomans welcome. 

Your Pack Holiday
As an owner of not just one or two but more dogs, Gail Adams knows firsthand that it can be a real nightmare trying to find truly dog welcoming accommodation when you are away on holiday or at an agility event or a show. She has written the following guide to what to look for and the questions you should ask before booking. Read on to the end to find out more and why she's written this article.

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