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Q. Can I Leave Dog Poop On The Beach?

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More than 1,100 tonnes of dog waste is dropped a day by dog walkers and their pets according to pet statistics, 2019. Since then, Covid-19 has introduced an estimated 3 million more dogs into our pet community adding to this enormous burden placed on UK local councils to clean up.

Poo bins are placed in accessible parks, playgrounds, and pavements for dog owners to deposit their dog’s mess when out walking. This became normal practice since 2016, when The Dog Fouling Act 2016, placed responsibility on “the person in charge of the dog” at the time of the misdemeanor. Fines currently imposed are up to £80.00. Some councils impose fines if you come out walking your dog without poo bags or pooper scoopers.

Just because one is visiting the beach with your favourite companion, your dog, this doesn’t make any difference, which is a common misconception by many beach visitors.

Visitors are under the impression that it is OK to leave your dog’s mess on the beach as the high tide will wash it away into our oceans.

Unfortunately, this is often not the case as Metro’s article, April 2021, astonishingly shows the kind of beach clean-up necessary, where local volunteers generously donate their time to clear beaches regularly, ready for visitors to enjoy, helping their business community.

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The picture shows more than 100 black sacs full of litter debris including dog muck left on just one Devon beach. It’s not just polluting our oceans but our shorelines and not visitor-friendly.

It continues with Cornwall Live highlighting a new campaign, launched by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO), explaining how water quality can be affected and pose a risk to public health because of the high levels of bacteria contained in dog mess.

Dog restrictions are placed up and down the UK’s beaches where owners cannot take dogs onto popular beaches, either from 1st April, Easter, or 1st May each year. One of the main reasons why there are beach restrictions is because of the problems of owners not picking up their dog’s poop.

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Dog poop and urine affect water quality and could threaten the Blue Flag status of a beach. Blue Flags are very important to the tourist industry for local towns to gain and maintain every year, bringing in high visitor footfalls, helping the local economy.

Dog poop is generally meat-based excrement which can cause the risk of Toxocara in humans, and in severe cases, where humans have come into contact with dog poop, can lead to blindness. It used to be quite common to hear about young children that accidentally touched dog poop become blind. Fortunately, with more restrictions in place, this danger is less so to human health.

Dog poop bins are placed at entrances to beaches, beach car parks, beach promenades, beach walkways, and along the actual back shores of the beaches.

It’s important to ensure all your dog poop is cleared up and put in these bins. If you cannot find a dedicated bin, then a general waste bin is acceptable. If you cannot find a general waste bin, then you must take it home and dispose of it in your normal way.

It is illegal to leave dog waste in the majority of UK public places and parks, but you can avoid fines in agriculture and woodlands, rural common land, marshland, and motorways areas where traffic is above 50 mph.

Councils encourage residents to be responsible, particularly if they see a dog owner who is continuously breaking the dog fouling laws. They are encouraged to report them using their online web page that councils operate.

Dog owners that are excepted are those who have mobility and disabilities, working dogs such as sheepdogs, medical and guide assistance dogs, and police dogs whilst on duty.  

Owners who have gardens create an area for their dogs to relieve themselves and keep dog mess in one area which can be picked up quickly. Materials such as small pebbles or bark (not cocoa bark which is toxic to pets) are ideal as a ground cover and where it can be frequently hosed down to keep the area hygienic.

Most owners don’t like the smell to linger in their back gardens, nor their dogs walk in their poops, so there is absolutely no reason why we, the public should leave dog poops on beaches for other visitors.

Horses and donkeys are allowed to walk on beaches accompanied by their rider as they only eat grass so any excrete left on beaches or in the sea is not harmful.

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If you need to top up your dog poop bags try using the best biodegradable bags now made of cornstarch which are now freely available in the UK. Being a natural alternative to plastic bags, durable and strong, compostable, with some claims they break down within 90 days of use being the most environmentally friendly rather than the usual 10,000 years quoted for some of the dog poop plastic alternative bags on the market.

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Should I Change My Dog Walking Times During Summer?

Dog walking during the summer months brings new challenges for dog owners up and down the country whatever the location.

Owners who go out to work have set routines and these times can be hard to change, but when the sun shines and temperatures start rising it’s important to consider your dogs’ needs.

Walk times need to be changed so that dog walks are taken when it is as cool as possible, earlier in the morning and, later in the evening.

Dogs get very sore paws walking on concrete paths and roads, due to how these surfaces retain heat. It is best to try and find some grassy areas, even roadside verges are better for your pet to walk on than tarmac paths, helping your pet’s health.

Beaches, especially sandy beaches can become very hot during the midday and afternoon and if you find it hot walking without shoes on a beach, then you will know what it must feel like for your pet.

Walking at midday has to be avoided. Shorter dog walks in shadier conditions are better and with lots of water available at the end of the walk. However, if you hire dog walkers, this is when they are most active.

Your dog walker may suggest a change of venue more suitable in warmer weather and should explain the reasons why. Some dog walkers can alter walking times by being flexible depending on how many charges they have and work with you to get the best for both your dog and their business. This includes coastal dog walkers who walk dogs on beaches for their owners.

Breeds that suffer the most in hot sunshine are long-haired breeds and those dogs with flat faces. These pets need extra care and attention, as well as senior dogs.

Should I Walk Dogs On Beaches During The Summer?

The simple answer is yes. The midday and early afternoon sun are at their strongest and most fierce. Dogs can easily suffer heat exhaustion and sunburn just as humans do and need to be in the shade at these times. This becomes difficult when on holiday, perhaps with your family and friends where you want to enjoy days out around our beautiful coastlines. A balance has to be struck, coupled with some beach shore locations being better to walk at low tide when there is more sand and shingle exposed than at high tides, where at high tide some beaches may be pebbly. Tide times do need checking daily to get the best out of your holiday locations.

Providing dogs with shade on beaches is a must if staying a few hours, and provide them lots of fresh drinking water in a bowl. Seawater is very salty and only adds to your pet’s quest for more freshwater if they’ve been swimming.

There are pet companies now producing dog canopy’s especially for your dog to lie under on the beach, or if out walking in exposed areas for the day. If you cannot purchase one of these, then a large shade umbrella on the beach is an alternative where they can share space with you. It is ideal to let them lie on a rug or old towel so they keep off the hot sand underneath them.

Other coastal areas operate strict dog control, preventing dogs from being on beaches during summer months, generally 1st May to 30 September in popular locations. The alternative is often to walk them along the promenades which are generally constructed of concrete which become extremely hot and should be avoided.

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Finding sand dune areas that often are situated at the back shores of our beaches can be fun where they are not flat and often ‘dip up and down’ providing some areas when you can sit in shade with your dog.

Before you go on holiday, it’s a great idea to give your dog a good, long extra brush to get all the excess hair out and to take brushes with you. Long-haired breeds suffer far more in hot weather than short-haired and after swimming and frolicking about in salty seawater will need a good bath afterward. Once your pet is dry give them a good brush to help keep their hair thinned down during hot weather.

If you are staying in rented holiday coastal, beach accommodation, you may not want to keep your dog on its own, in the new, strange property whilst you are out and about enjoying yourself. Each dog reacts differently in these circumstances and it may be a difficult decision whether you do this. Leaving your dog means making sure they have a cool and safe space in the home with accessible fresh water and toys available and not leaving them too long, especially on the first couple of occasions. Dogs should never be left in conservatories that act similar to cars and cause severe overheating.

Signs of heat exhaustion are seeing your dog panting heavily, that’s when you know they are likely to have heat exhaustion, getting up and down from where they are sitting, in a bid to try to stay cool. The best way is to lower the temperature and if that means moving off the sunny beach and being in the shade for an hour or more, then it’s best for your pet’s health. Continued restlessness, panting, and drooling become a pet emergency, and important to talk to a vet.

Parking your car in shade at a beach location can be a premium, not only keeps your steering wheel cool for you but lowers the temperature for your dog who may be travelling in a confined rear space when boarding.

Being on a beach for a few hours means eating a lunchtime picnic on the beach which is always fun, however, your dog may not need to be given a big meal at lunchtime. During hot weather, it’s better to feed your pets earlier in the day and later. We all know dogs love to sniff your food and it does become difficult not to feed them with your titbits, but this really isn’t good for your dog. Packets of dog treats can be useful where they chew for a little while to keep them busy as you eat, and then when back at home, they can enjoy a bigger meal in more comfort.

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Organised as a Sunday stroll at 6 fabulous venues around the UK, The Big Dog Walk starts again this year, at the beginning of June 2021, with special events running alongside.

A great day out for you, your friends, and your best pet visiting some of the most beautiful gardens and estates, whilst you can raise much-needed money for your favourite charity.

Locations currently include

Belvoir Castle, Leicestershire – Loseley Park, Surrey – Borde Hill, West Sussex – Harewood House, Yorkshire – St Clere Kent – Hylands Park Essex

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  • 5 Staggered dog walks throughout the day
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  • Puppy socialisation
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Many new pet owners are unaware of the requirement to harness pets whilst travelling in a car, not realising that this is a requirement when they go and pick up their new pet from a breeder, pet shop, or shelter home, arriving unprepared for their pet’s journey back to their new home.

Puppies and dogs need a space in the car where they can be accommodated safely either using a seatbelt harness, dog carrier, crate, or rear seat grills. It is the driver’s responsibility to make sure they are safe and the pet will not cause a distraction to them or could endanger any passenger whilst travelling.

There are a number of specially designed dog crates to fit rear seat boots, including those that slope, crates that the airlines use for pet transport can be safely used, grills to fit many differing car recesses and a number of seat belt harnesses sized to fit all kinds of shapes and sized pets.

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Cats need to travel in a cat carrier which can be harnessed into the back seat, as can pet rabbits. Even tortoises and small pets such as mice and rats need to be carried in a safe container and not allowed to run around the vehicle.

The Highway Code has a number of specific Rules and Regulations, Rules 47-58, that drivers must follow regarding animals including –

Rule 57 of the Highway Code states: “When in a vehicle make sure dogs or other animals are suitably restrained so they cannot distract you while you are driving or injure you, or themselves if you stop quickly. A seatbelt harness, pet carrier, dog cage or dog guard are ways of restraining animals in cars

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As we travel on millions of staycations this year, weekend breaks or gorgeous days out with our pets, you may be forgiven if you think you are all insured if you’re involved in an accident whilst travelling to your destination by car. Your passengers may be, your beloved furry friend may not be.

Fully comprehensive car insurance is unlikely to give all the protection you may like, quite simply, your pet is not seen as a passenger.

Your cover may include personal property, which includes pets, however, if you are involved in an accident and your pet dies because of the accident, you may be paid only their ‘market value’. If your pet suffers injuries and requires veterinary care, then it’s unlikely that you’re claiming for veterinary care bills will be successful, possibly leaving you out of pocket by hundreds or thousands of pounds.

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This is where a pet insurance policy could be a consideration, knowing that your pet is covered if they suffer injury. There are more than 80 UK pet insurers that offer varying cover including pets travelling in your motor vehicle, whether you are on a staycation or simply going to the local park for a daily walk.

So before you head off to pick up your new and loveable pet or driving anywhere in the UK on public (and some private) roads, check your policies, and if you haven’t cover then consider a pet insurance policy.

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Millions of us will be travelling this summer in the UK on staycations, short breaks, long weekends or taking a special day out with our pets.

One of the most forgotten policies can be holiday pet insurance where a pet either accompanies you, may be placed in kennels or a cattery, or looked after by a trusted house sitter whilst you are away.

The recent pandemic has seen millions of new pet owners, who may not be aware of the benefits of taking out holiday pet insurance until an unfortunate eventuality costing many hundreds of pounds in veterinary fees has to be put right or paying for an unexpected event that your pet has caused.

Pets in strange surroundings act quite differently, may bolt and stray off. They may feel anxious and can attack other pets for no reason at all.

As you book your holiday and check your holiday insurance policy, remember to do that for your pet.

The starting point is to check your existing pet insurance cover and household contents policies to see if either, or both, offer some sort of pet holiday cover.

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If you are relying upon a trusted house sitter residing in your home taking care of your pet(s), then your current Home Content policy may include selected pet cover.

It is worth checking with your house sitter that they have taken out some form of insurance cover and present you with these details when you agree to the sitting along with other necessary checks, such as a DBS check. You are effectively allowing a stranger to look after not only your home but your beloved pet. Retain copies of all documents given to you, particularly if the agreement is informal and not made through the dedicated pet sitting agencies.

You need to check your cover with the insurance company ensuring that you, your home, and your pet sitter residing in the home are covered for unexpected eventualities.

If your trusted house sitter tries to sue you as the owner for a pet attack or causes an incident, costs may also be covered in your home contents policy, covering liability. Likewise, if your pet sitter causes damage to your pet, then this may be covered.

Generally, the insurers require the pet owner to buy a more expensive policy or ‘bolt-on’ extending their policy cover. 

Boarding Fees

You should check prior to booking your pet into boarding that the owner is legitimate with adequate valid business insurance, such as comprehensive insurance for the pet business that includes employers’ and public liability, veterinary fees, animal in transit, loss by theft, or straying, custodial responsibility, professional indemnity, and negligence cover as standard all of which should be displayed prominently at the booking-in office when receiving your pet, with reputable businesses providing you with a copy of the policy details when taking charge of your pets.

Most pet insurance policies will cover boarding your pet, for example, if you have to cancel the booking at short notice, or partway through the boarding period. Again you need to check the policy wording. However, if you are abroad and need to break your holiday to fly back urgently to attend to your pet, this may not be covered unless you have emergency pet holiday cover ‘bolted on’ to an existing policy or a separate Pet Holiday Insurance cover.

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Your pet on holiday may unusually cause damage to a property and you would be liable to meet the payments for repairs. This cost maybe just a small manageable amount or much larger for serious damage. You will find in most good rental property agreements clauses that detail how damage and destruction are assessed and how you would be charged for these. For example, Sykes holiday homes, one of the UKs largest holiday home rental companies, provides a useful q&a page about pet damage.

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If traveling abroad, your home contents policy is unlikely to cover you travelling with your pet and you will require Pet Overseas Insurance Policy to be purchased, or an existing holiday policy extended if your insurance company allows this.

Most insurers will cover vet fees if your pet is in good health before travel. Holiday Cancellation normally covers you if you cancel your trip or cut it short because your pet dies, or needs emergency treatment and can no longer travel. If your pet is lost or stolen and goes missing you must report this in the country abroad.

It’s essential to prepare well in advance of travel, by reading policy terms and conditions and taking the details with you whilst travelling.   

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Policies can vary where insurers allow pets to be covered for a maximum of 90 days overseas, during any one year. Other insurers only allow a certain number of trips to be made with time restrictions or a combination of both. 

Extra Benefits 

Extra benefits may include quarantine costs if your pet is unable to travel due to illness.

The new AHC regulations must have been complied with if making claims within EU countries or Northern Ireland, (read The Royal Veterinary Information page about the AHC regulations that apply for travel to Northern Ireland and The EU).

Loss of your PETS Passport now referred to THE AHC Certificate (effective 1.01.21) and/or Health Certificate, insurers may also cover costs if lost during your trip abroad.

If your pet becomes ill you may be able to claim emergency repatriation with some insurers. This is likely to include the extra costs of getting your pet home if your pet falls ill or becomes injured. It may also cover additional accommodation costs if prevented from travelling if your pet is too ill to travel. 

Staying longer than anticipated, you may be able to claim repeat tapeworm treatment for dogs if your departure is delayed.  

Paying Excesses

Most pet insurance policies are likely to carry some form of excess.

  • Most pet insurers won’t pay the first amount specified as the excess in any claim; this could be for the specific condition excess, or entire policy excess.
  • It’s possible to reduce cat, dog, and rabbit pet insurance policy quotes by reducing the excess that you are willing to pay.
  • The breed of your cat, dog, and rabbit affects the policy price. Pedigrees costing more to insure. 
  • Policy costs increase with older pets. Some may not be eligible. 
  • Vet fees are more expensive in cities and the South East of England, so policy prices can vary from region to region.
  • The level of cover you choose for your pet alters policy costs.
  • Certain dog breeds banned in the UK cannot be insured.  

Some Items That Pet Holiday Policies May Not Cover

  1. 1. Replacement documents needed prior to travel.
  2. 2. Replacement pet travel documents if you don’t report their loss, theft, or destruction to the vet that issued them within 24 hours.
  3. 3. Costs where you have tried to obtain monies for trips and veterinary care abroad where the condition has already been known before travel.
  4. 4. Faulty pet microchips you knew about before you travelled with your pet.
  5. 5. Treatment without official receipting abroad, including veterinary address and mobile number.
  6. 6. Treating your pet abroad unless a vet has agreed that your pet is too ill to travel home on the scheduled date.
  7. 7. More than a number of stated days extra accommodation / daily allowance stated.


Covid – The pandemic has brought new updates with regard to health issues whilst at home and abroad and the cost of kennelling if you are delayed due to Covid. Check your existing/new policy updates carefully and always take the details with you when travelling.


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  • Always check the policy wording carefully. If you cannot find the information, then call the insurer.
  • To get the right policy that fits your household and pet(s) you may need to shop around and sometimes pay a little more. 
  • Check the policy wording for things that are covered. 
  • If you require liability, your pet insurer may offer this in their policy package.
  • Look for a policy that provides you with online vet care by video 24/7.

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What Are Sand Fleas? What Are Sand Hoppers?

UK beaches are home to ‘sand fleas’ which really aren’t fleas but are sand hoppers! They are part of the marine life that exists in wet sand feeding off decomposing marine vegetation, thriving on cooler nights or early morning. If the weather is hot, they will die but not before they may have bitten you and your dog. The image above features a sand hopper covered in bits of sand photographed on a humans hand

Like human fleas, they can hop, several inches from the ground and hence referred to incorrectly as ‘sand fleas’. They will hop onto you and your dog and can bite, particularly around the ankles or if barefoot, the feet. Dogs are prone to feet and underbody being the closest proximity to the sand. The Wildlife Trust provides detailed information about pests.

The coast provides several biting gnats, midges and sand flies, as well as the sand hopper leaving tiny welts, raised red scars or marks on the skin. These generally are not harmful, being more a nuisance. You may find yourself scratching these affected areas. One can try mosquito repellants, to use on yourself before using a beach and whilst on the beach but there is little you can do to protect your dog other than to move beach location quickly as the pests are normally found moving around in cluster swarms.

Normal pet flea routine treatment is not required especially for visiting the beach with your dog and doesn’t stop the problem of sandhoppers biting.

When you arrive home after a day out on the beach, a thorough bath is recommended removing all excess salt and debris that your dog may have picked up in their coat, particularly if they have been splashing around in the water and may soothe and ease the areas if they have been scratching.

Your Best tips To Avoid Sand Flies, Sand Hoppers, Midgets And Gnats include –

  • Most UK beaches have some sand and shingle particularly exposed at low tide. You will possibly prefer to walk on the beaches during the day when the tide is going out and sand and shingle exposed has had time to start drying out. Pests are generally less active during the late morning and early afternoon when the weather is at its hottest so check the tide times if travelling especially.
  • Avoid walking later evening and early morning or if the weather is cloudy as these pests prefer this weather and are out in abundance.
  • Windy days are perfect beach walk days as sand fleas and other pets are not good fliers in strong winds.
  • Applying a repellent may help following the instructions but generally using at least half an hour before you beach walk and as instructed reapplying throughout the day.
  • If you haven’t already purchased a dog first-aid pack to keep in your vehicle for all unexpected emergencies, then try Fetch who are selling a comprehensive handy first aid kit pack.
  • Cover your arms and legs with clothing, wearing shoes, just as you would do to prevent pests biting when walking inland. In cooler weather, dogs wearing coats may help to keep off some nasty pests.
  • Avoid any areas with sea debris left behind, not just so that your dog doesn’t scavenge but these areas may include the nasty pests.
  • If sitting on the beach, use chairs, loungers, picnic rugs which all help to prevent you from being bitten rather than lying directly on the sand. Let your dog sit on the picnic blanket to avoid direct contact with the sand. If you prefer, you can purchase special dog sun canopies with a sewn-in base mat that may prevent your pet from being bitten whilst lying down on the beach but will also help to shield them from strong sun during the day.

Like all bites and itching, these can usually be treated with over-the-counter pharmacy medicines. Do check with your doctor if they persist.

Your dog may be suffering with mild allergic reactions if bitten which would include

  • Skin rash/ bumps
  • Mild swelling elsewhere on the body
  • Drooling
  • Limping if the legs or feet were bitten

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What Is The New Coastal Country Side Code?

How does it affect your dog?

The UK has more than 11,000 miles of coastline with thousands of beautiful beaches which most of us know we need to protect more than ever.

Most of the UK’s population live in urban and city dwellings and millions of the population have never travelled out to the countryside or the coastal beaches being unaware of the guidelines that residents abide by.

The Countryside Code is the government’s guide to helping to keep our country fit for the growing population, first set out 70 years ago, and now more than ever, the need to ensure we protect it when more Britons than ever are taking staycations, weekend breaks and day outs visiting the beautiful countryside and coastal regions.

I remember a paper printed booklet in our school library looking very much like our old Highway Code guides, decades ago, about what you could and couldn’t do, ‘Rules and Regulations.’

70 years since its conception, the new Guide takes on a much more, fresher updated version, published online on 1 April 2021, helped to be compiled with advice from the public.

The 4 main headings of The Countryside Code include –

  1. Respect everyone
  2. Protect the environment
  3. Enjoy the outdoors
  4. Know the signs and symbols of the countryside

There’s far more written in this guide about “Be nice, say hello, share the space”. There’s information about care when dog walking in the countryside and particularly picking up your dog’s mess and disposing of correctly, which if left lying around can be so dangerous to humans.

Dog’s mess is one of the main reasons why beaches get restricted to dog walkers during busy times during the summer months because of owners who fail to clear up the mess and the health risks it poses.

The Coastal Beach Information is also updated as follows –

Check weather, tide and water conditions

Check weather forecasts before you set off. Conditions can change quickly on mountains and along the coast. Do not be afraid to turn back if conditions change when you’re out and about.

Look up tide times before you leave to reduce the risk of getting cut off by rising tides. Some rivers are affected by tidal change, it’s not just the sea. Take care on slippery rocks and seaweed.

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West Sussex is situated south of London and Surrey, facing the English Channel, and very accessible by train and car, perfect for days out.

There’s quite a difference between public beaches in West and East Sussex. West Sussex beaches and land behind are low lying, mostly situated at sea level and very accessible, whereas East Sussex from Brighton towards Newhaven, and Seaford towards Eastbourne boast some of the famous white chalk cliffs that form part of the South Downs, making some beaches accessible by steep steps. However, they do have one thing in common being pebbly beaches at the backshore, softly sloping with many exposing shingle and sand at low tide.

Most beaches use the groyne system, wooden posts, and structures that help to break up the waves as they crash onto the beaches to help slow down coastal erosion.

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Worthing does not allow dogs onto the beach from 1 May to 30 September between the Splashpoint leisure centre and Heene Road, being the busy town area with the pier situated in the middle. However, you can walk either east or west and walk through to Lancing beach or Goring-by-Sea beach without interruptions if you wish.

Goring beach to Worthing is under a 2-mile walk and operates a dog ban during the summer 1 May to 30 September but are allowed near to the Sealane cafe situated between two groynes.

Worthing to Lancing is approximately 2.5 miles walk along the beach which is dotted with beach huts as much of the coastline here, and has old fishing boats pulled up onto the beach giving real traditional fishing feel to the beach.

Lancing is a popular beach with local cafes, for water sports including sailing and windsurfing, and has its own water zone to prevent bather accidents. There’s all-year-round dog walking and you can carry on walking through to Shoreham-by Sea on this beach which is approximately a further three miles.

There’s a notable eye-catching contemporary apartment built close to the beach which also has a busy cafe, open most days, ‘The Perch’.

Shoreham Beach is positioned at the mouth of the River Adur, again pebbles and shingle with some low-lying rock exposed. The area is home to newly constructed harbour residential homes and around the Fort area, there are new special boarding walkway areas. You can drive here and park the car. If on foot, make your way around after a walk on the beach to Harbour way and you can cross the river by the Shoreham footbridge into the high street of the quaint old small town with plenty of lively outside cafes and restaurants spaces in East Street.

The immediate area is very well served with an abundance of veterinary practices available at Worthing, Shoreham-by-Sea, and Goring-by-Sea should you require in case of emergencies.

The whole stretch of West Sussex beaches from Shoreham-by-Sea through to Goring-by-Sea and beyond to Ferring are best walked when the tides are low that expose sand and shingle. Tides times available on most online meteorological websites.

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Beach doggie tips to remember –

  • To take lots (more than usual) of fresh water and a collapsible bowl for your thirsty dog. Seawater is salty and will make your dog even more thirsty.
  • Have old towels to dry your dog if they’ve been swimming. Provide them with towels to sit on rather than the sand, and towels help to clean off the sand before going home!
  • A sun canopy or umbrella shade is important, not just for you, but also for your dog who can catch sunburn as much as you can.
  • You may need to use a short and/or long dog lead during restriction times, and take a dog muzzle if you prefer your dog to wear one on busier beaches. They can act out character in new, unknown places often feeling anxious.
  • Please remember to take your rubbish home with you. That includes dog poop which is your responsibility to clean up at all times. 

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To get the very best out of a special day trip, do plan in advance.

  • Pre-book your car park space if necessary
  • Check all local social media before setting out including if there are traffic build-ups in the area so you are not wasting time sitting in a hot car
  • Check tide times for the best times to be on the beach. We recommend two hours after high tide allows the tide to be going out, sand and shingle drying out and gives more space on the beach.
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Great Britain is home to a stunning coastline which according to Ordnance Survey OS figures including islands is 31,368km (19,491.172 miles) with the mainland making up 17,819km (11,072.213 miles), more than most other countries.

That’s a lot of available coastline and beaches for possible dog walking, although not all suitable. Cornwall and Devon are the counties with the most coastline and possibly some the warmest during the summer months, having been perfect tourist destinations in the UK for more than a century and a half.

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The Victorians fell in love with our coastlines, creating small towns, building promenades and ‘taking in the air’. Piers with amusements halls and theatres were popular and many still survive today. These areas even today are busy tourist areas particularly during the summer months and dog restrictions are put in place as to where their owners can take them for walks.

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Beaches fall under the premise of Defra, The Department of The Environment, alongside Public Health, currently, due to the Covid-19 restrictions, powers being devolved in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Owners and operators of beaches, countryside and coastal areas in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are led by the various local government and council restrictions, Scottish Government, Welsh Government and the Northern Ireland Executive.

You’ll find they will determine what they consider is right for the public to have access to in their regions, and where protecting areas of scientific regions of interest and outstanding beauty restrict dog walking.

Due to the high number of coastal and beach visitors particularly during Bank Holidays and school holidays, restrictions are put in place where dogs are not allowed onto the beaches. Public beach restrictions can start on 1 April each year in very busy local destinations or the Easter bank holiday weekend, being set by local councils so it is worth checking social media or council websites before travelling that no restrictions have been put in place.

The general start date for popular council-run beach location restrictions is 1 May through to 30 September each year.

Some councils ban dogs on beaches and promenades during this period, other councils ban dogs on beaches but allow them on leads whilst walking on the promenades. Other beaches allow dogs on the beaches only on leads and some beaches have a total ban all year, fortunately, there are not too many.

These restrictions like local park restrictions are enforced under Public Spaces Protection Orders (PSPO). Fines can be imposed by officials for failing to not adhere to the rules where dog wardens can patrol these areas.

Restriction and other notices are placed in beach car parks, and by the entrance walkways to the beaches. Do check these guidance notices as beach restrictions differ from one beach to another. They’ll give guides and sometimes illustrative maps showing the zones where you can and can’t walk with your dog.

Sometimes there are abnormal events, such as a boat being marooned on a beach, which may result in the beach being cordoned off temporarily so it’s important to check local social media before making a special journey.

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One of the reasons why there are beach restrictions is because of the problems of owners not picking up dog poop.

Dog poop and urine affect water quality and could threaten the Blue Flag status of a beach. Blue Flags are very important to the tourist industry for beaches to gain and maintain every year, bringing in high visitor footfalls, helping the local economy.

Dog poop is generally meat-based excrement which can cause the risk of Toxocara in humans, and in severe cases, where humans have come into contact with dog poop, can lead to blindness.

You’ll find most councils operate beaches that provide dog poop bins for safe disposal by owners. These can be found on promenades, on beach walkways and in car parks. As usual, don’t leave home without dog poop bags when out dog walking.

Horses are allowed to walk on beaches accompanied by their rider as they only eat grass so any excrete left on beaches or in the sea is not harmful.

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The UK experiences some of the largest tides in the world, with a range of up to 15 metres. Because of our large tidal range, the UK is vulnerable to Ocean Tide Loading which moves the earth up and down each day. In Cornwall, the range is up to 10cm, one of the largest ranges in the world, explaining the surfer’s love of the seas in and around Devon and Cornwall.

Tides are important to consider when dog walking as some beaches have little sloping low shores and the tide can race in very quickly, stranding both you and your dog. Picking not only dog-friendly beaches is important, but checking tidal times is a must for visitors before setting off for a special journey.

A great time for walking is a couple of hours after the tide has reached its highest and is on the way out. This can expose some lovely lower foreshore sandy beaches and provides time for the sand to be less squashy and ‘dry out’.

Low and high tide information times are available on most met office websites.

Warning signs are placed where beaches have notorious dangerously fast tides and sometimes sound warning claxons and sirens for everyone’s safety. They can also fly red precautionary flags. Generally, during busy months, lifeguards are posted to these beaches and popular tourist beaches. The RNLI have useful details and tips on their website about lifeguard and beach safety rules.

When letting your dog swim in the water ensure you watch at all times, that they do not wander into deeper waters and only swim in safe designated areas.

Useful tips before leaving home

  • Check if your preferred beach has any local issues flagged up on social media. This is normally the quickest way to check if anything unusual may prevent you from dog walking on that day.
  • Check tide times for the beach.
  • Take a look at the RNLI local website for any news about the beach.
  • Prepare by taking plenty of freshwater for your dog and a collapsible bowl for the end of the walk.
  • Take lots of drying towels particularly to help remove excess salty sand from your dog’s coat and paws.
  • Take dog poop bags.
  • Take short and long leads and muzzle if your dog needs one.
  • Check your dog have their ID tag and collar and GPS tracker when worn.
  • Remember your mobile phone.
  • Be considerate of others.
  • Stay clear of the most crowded areas.

You may like to read the government Covid-19 Guidance for managing beaches and coastline areas.

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West Sussex is a coastal county due south of London and Surrey overlooking the English Channel.

There’s room for dogs on West Sussex beaches, but dog walking restrictions are in place particularly for the more popular beaches, during busy holiday peak times starting 1 May.

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Beautiful dog-friendly walks along sandy beaches

What are the all-year-round popular dog-friendly beaches in West Sussex?

  • Thorney Island
  • Middleton-on-Sea
  • Climping Beach
  • Pagham
  • Littlehampton West Beach
  • Rustington
  • Goring
  • South Lancing
  • Shoreham-By-Sea
  • Kingston Beach Shoreham
  • Southwick

There are no restrictions in place on the above-listed beaches. You may be asked to observe when walking near scientific areas and nature reserves to put your dog on leads including public footpaths and bridleways so as to not disturb the local wildlife.

What beaches are restricted to dogs from 1st May – 30th September?

  • East Wittering
  • West Wittering
  • Brackelsham Bay
  • Selsey
  • Bognor Regis East Beach
  • Bognor Regis West Beach
  • Bognor Regis Pier
  • Felpham
  • Littlehampton East Beach
  • Goring Beach – Restrictions between the two boat launching ramps.
  • Worthing Beach – Main section of beach from the bottom of Heene Road to Splashpoint Leisure Centre

What beaches are restricted to dogs between 1st April and 1st November?

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What beaches are banned for dog walks all year?

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General dog walking rules in beach areas

  • Dogs must be kept on leads when walking on promenades adjacent to these specified beach areas above.
  • Contravention of the Bye-law when walking your dog can be liable to a fine of £500.
  • Do not allow your dog to foul a beach or any adjacent area. You are required to poop and scoop otherwise face a fine of £1000.
  • Keep your dog under control who may be very excited about visiting a new beach. Not all beachgoers may like dogs. When beaches are crowded, put your dog on a lead.
  • You’ll need to observe the local bye-laws when walking your dog, look out for signs showing where dogs are not allowed or must be kept on a lead.

Assistance dogs are always welcome accompanied with their owner.

Before you leave home

  • Plan the day before leaving home If you’re making a special journey, a day out.
  • Check local social media that beaches are operating for dog-walking and not closed or likely to be closed due to overcrowding.
  • Check whether you must pre-pay for a car park space.
  • Check tides times on meteorological websites – try to time your visit to beaches where the tide is going out providing more room on beaches.
  • Take two dog leads lead, both long and short with you, and a muzzle to use can be useful when walking on more popular beach areas.
  • Take lots more water and a collapsable bowl in the car for your dog than usual – your dog will be extra thirsty.
  • Check the RNLI local pages for beach and tide safety.

The recent pandemic has bought about new changes to the ways we do things. Post lockdown restrictions may require households not to travel in certain areas of the UK. Read the latest government advice. It’s advisable to check with your local council and social media websites before making special journeys. You may find that you are required to pre-book vehicle entry into popular beaches during the summer months.


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Vets There are ample veterinary practices along the West Sussex coast in case of any emergency including locations of practices at the towns of Bognor Regis, Chichester, Worthing, Littlehampton.

Tips Biggest doggie tips are to remember to take lots of fresh water and a collapsible bowl for your thirsty dog and old towels to clean off the sand before going home!

Don’t forget to clear up your rubbish and dispose of carefully when you leave.

Poop and Scoop – anyone who fails to scoop their dog’s poop can be slapped with a £1000 fine under the Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act 2005.

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