Sun 17 Sep 2023
You will be guided by Vicky Gunn, owner of Millie’s Pet Services and her two adventure seeking spaniels (Millie and Hope), who frequently explore Angus and beyond!
Our goal is to empower dog owners with the knowledge and advice necessary to take the plunge and explore the outdoors beyond their immediate locality, whether in groups or independently.
No previous experience is necessary but a good basic level of fitness is required along with suitable footwear. A suggested packing list for you and your furiend will be provided in advance of the walk.
In addition, all dogs must be fully developed and of adult age. If in doubt, please consult your vet in advance and consider increasing length of walks and hills in advance of the date to build up their own confidence.
All participants should be fully aware of the Scottish Outdoor Access code and understand that as a dog owner, you will have a duty of care to other owners and dogs during the hike. This may include the need to be on lead at certain points of the walk.
We pride ourselves on having fun in a safe environment, but any questions, please do just get in contact.
Minimum of 4 places to be booked to go ahead, subject to maximum of 10. For those extending the walk to Mayar and Driesh, hot drinks can be provided post our walk in Harley, our campervan, and we’ll make sure all participants get access to our Dog Friendly Angus walk guide.
We cannot wait to explore one of our fave parts of Angus with you!
How Many People/Dogs Can I Bring With Me?
Each ticket is valid for one adult and maximum of 2 dogs. To ensure the safety of the group as a whole, if you have more furiends that wish to join, please book additional adult tickets – we know that you’ll also be grateful of the extra pairs of hands to help with them too.
Do think about whether it’s suitable to bring smaller members of the family – we’d love to see them but we know that may not all be up to the length and type of walk, particularly at this time of year.
What Time Should I Arrive?
We ask that you arrive 15 minutes early to ensure you get parked and use the facilities at the Glen Doll Ranger Centre. Don’t forget you’ll need £3 for the car park machines in cash.