The trees are about to show us how lovely it is to let things go!
Approaching very soon is my favourite season, Autumn. Such a lovely time to be outside on adventures following paws. Autumn is an exciting time of year for our dogs too! there will be new smells to explore within this new delightful season.
Beautiful autumnal coloured leaves whirlwind from trees as they fall. To be wearing my much-loved wellingtons kicking up those leaves just to watch those wide open smiles, wagging tails, happy panting, boof boofings and of course, zoomies!.
So much fun! I love it!
With the new season approaching at Puggeroomie we have new activities we enjoy with all dogs that share time with us. To name a few, in October we have Halloween pumpkin picking! Costumes! and home made cooked pumpkin treats! Oh and Apple bobbing too!
Did you know that apple slices really help cleaning teeth and they help keep your dogs breath fresh! but don’t forget to remove the core and pips!.
At Puggeroomie, we also like to enjoy cosy cuddles in front of our log burners and open fires (dog safety guarding in place). Those warm fresh cosy blankets and something lovely to dribble on and chew!
With the weather cooling down, our summer outfits and cooling accessories are swapped for pug jumpers and waterproof jackets. Darker evenings mean all important discos light ID tags, fluorescent accessories. On the damper Autumnal days, a nice warm fluffy towel is waiting on return from our paw stretches. Paw massages for all those who love to relax those paws in the air!
For more information please contact Joe Lee on 07494 573230
Here at Puggeroomie we usually wake up early. The dogs will enjoy ‘The Beach Garden’ for an early morning paw stretch followed by an all important sniff and tinkle. Nothing beats seeing the pugs munching those early morning dewed cobwebs and refreshing their paws in the damp teary grass. A lovely start to our day. At all times in ‘The Beach Garden’ all dogs are supervised, and ID tagged with Puggeroomie contact details.
Puggeroomie like to wipe any sleepy dust away from our pugs eyes. I have some lovely wipes and will happily treat our 'roomies' to a little pre breakfast facial too. Please mention on booking.
After our little paw stretch in ‘The Beach Garden’ and mini facial we then meet in kitchen where breakfast is prepared. If your dog(s) are staying as our ‘roomie’ we ask owners to supply food and Puggeroomie will ensure all dogs are fed as per the instructions on your booking form. We have kitchen scales for dogs that are following a strict diet recommended by your vet. When breakfast is served, the pugs like to break out those I’m hungry dance moves. Sometimes Rosie will try a 360 back flip from off the kitchen cupboards and then pirouette like a ballerina, Kobe will moonwalk backwards and kick his back legs in the air and Poldark well he likes to sing. I have seen some phenomenal dance offs I can tell you! So, please do not worry about jumping, barking, whizzing or climbing up legs. All dancers are warmly welcomed.
A Morning Walk.
Living in beautiful Lee On The Solent there are so many lovely walks by foot. Although we have our own transport too compliant with DEFRA.
Puggeroomie will tailor walks to suite your needs and wants. Poldark loves to tap dancing in the mud. Kobe likes open fields to zoomies in. Rosie ‘Ms Water Babe’ loves to doggie dip. Every dog is different and we take that into account here at Puggeroomie. We can enjoy short walks together or longer walks. Either way Puggeroomie will carry all essentials in our bag. From water, treats, poop bags, pop up water bowls, a first aid kit and all sorts.
Dependant on the seasons, the set up can change here at Puggeroomie.
During the day all dogs have access to our home and our own private ‘Beach Garden’ a place where all dogs can either play or relax.
‘The Beach Garden’ is a fully safe and secured area that is always locked. Puggeroomie even have CCTV. To name a few of our outside toys. We have a Wendy house, a red slide, a ball pool, a paddling pool, a play car, tunnels and a selection of soft toys. The list is endless!
We have bottomless fresh water throughout the day and several bowls are dotted around our home. We also have a doggie fridge and freezer for ice cream, treats and frozen raw meat food.
For sofa surfers we have comfy sofas inside our home with cushions and of course fresh blankets.
In the hot summer months, we have a ‘Keep Cool Corner’ cooling mats and massive umbrellas for shade. Also in the summer months the kitchen door is always open, so all dogs can run around our home into the fully enclosed ‘Beach Garden’.
In the winter months ‘The Beach Garden’ is packed away. I have been known to bring tents and slides into the front room/kitchen family room of our home with other interactive toys!
We also have fun in ‘The Beach Garden’ throughout the day. Dogs are always supervised here.
Yes, you’ve guessed more kitchen dancing and singing until dogs are given their food. We feed all dogs separately. If you would like your dog to be fed not separately then we ask for written consent. Not all dogs eat lunchtime but we will follow as per your instructions on your booking form.
In the afternoon
Some play, some cuddle, some snore. All dogs can do what ever takes their fancy.
Yes, you’ve guessed again more kitchen dancing and singing until they are given their food. We have our last of the day paw stretch and night time tinkles. We then settle down for our movie and they can stay up late, on occasions for our popular pajama party service.
Sofa surfing, secret snacks, movies, fresh blankets, underfloor heating in the colder months, cooling beds in the hotter months. Cushion swapping, soft toys, cuddles from myself and Steve, Badger watching for all wildlife lovers and sometimes all dogs will all sing and dance to horses on the TV.
I hope you have found this useful. If you need to know anything more contact Joe Lee on 07494573230 www.puggeroomie.com email@example.com
So, you have booked or you are thinking about your 2020 summer holiday. You find yourself shopping for flip flops, sun block and summery things to wear.
Your also sat in your workplace googling your holiday destination feeling so excited and day dreaming about feeling that warm golden sand between your toes.
But and there is a big BUT..
Inside your tummy you feel a knot, your thoughts keep leading back to your little furry one(s). The biggest thought being you don't want to leave them behind.
Yes, I have been there and although you would feel silly admitting aloud you have now considered cancelling your holiday for the knowing your precious one(s) are safe.
Don't worry we all do this!
You then think of a holiday reschedule. Your romantic holiday for two abroad becomes a UK doggie holiday in a caravan. Those flip flops can be easily replaced for wellingtons right?
Don't worry we all do this too!
Then you find yourself asking other dog owners what do they do? who do they use? but inside you still feel unsure.
Don't worry we all do this. It's only natural.
Everyone needs a holiday and I'm not talking about you now I'm talking about your dog(s).
Trust in Puggeroomie services. Everything has been carefully thought out and put into place to give you peace of mind.
For more information on how to comfortably feel that sand between your toes and trust your precious one(s) are safe enjoying a holiday of their own please contact:-
Joe Lee on 07494 573230
Puggeroomie ‘by the sea’.
Within every season of the year there is always something to see and do along the beautiful south coast at Lee-on-Solent. The beach itself is a great place to adventure. It truly is a wonderful stretch of water between the south coast and the Isle of Wight.
This attractive shingle beach lies between Portsmouth and Southampton. From the beach my three adorable squashed faced monsters like to boof boof at the many cargo ships and cruise liners that pass through the waters. We also enjoy our ice creams along the promenade. Nothing beats the feeling of a little invigorating doggie dip followed by fun interactive games like digging the sand.
On fine sunny days you can see Queen Victoria's Osborne House from the beach. And on the not so fine days locals know Gosport has rain heading its way.
Behind the beach are large grassy areas suitable for doggie games, doggie relaxation and of course doggie picnics. A paved walkway runs alongside the entire length of the beach leading to the neighbouring beach ‘Stokes Bay’. Stokes Bay has some beautiful woodland parks where we enjoy shady hang outs under mature trees. When the tide is out, rockpools are exposed and all the teeny tiny crabs and fish can be seen while searching amongst the rocks looking for pirate treasure of course!
A stone throw away lies Alver Valley Country park. Alver Valley love all dogs visiting. They have a range of circular routes and a mix of terrain with fantastic views over the Solent!
There is something for every dog with extensive areas to explore. Dogs can run and adventure off-lead over large safe parts of the Country Park. There are also several doggie dips for all dogs to enjoy a paddle.
'A truly unique service for your beloved companions providing space to relax and unwind within luxury ACCOMMODATION'
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