Would you like to be in with a chance of winning £500 towards a dog friendly holiday?

The Kennel Club and Dog Friendly are on the hunt for the UK’s most dog friendly businesses, and we are inviting YOU to participate!

Encourage your friends, family, clients, and fellow dog lovers to nominate and vote for us – Remus Horse Sanctuary under the category of ‘Days Out’. Everyone who makes a nomination or votes will be entered into a free prize draw to win £500 towards a dog-friendly holiday, with runner up prizes of ten pairs of tickets to Crufts and Discover Dogs! You will also get a free one year membership, worth £5.99, to the Dog Friendly database so that you can find dog friendly venues throughout the UK.

The winners in all categories will be determined by public vote. In addition to the category awards, a Special Recognition prize will be awarded to a place or business that the Kennel Club identifies as pulling out all the stops for its canine customers.

The awards will be presented at Eukanuba Discover Dogs on the 17th-18th October 2015 at ExCeL, London. The Awards look to honour those businesses that are offering innovative services to attract dog owners into their premises. So, if you think we pull out all the stops for you and your dog, simply nominate us in the Be Dog Friendly Awards 2015!

To nominate and vote for us, please visit the Be Dog Friendly Awards website at www.bedogfriendlyawards.com – just search for Remus Horse Sanctuary and vote for us under the category of ‘Days Out’.

The competition closes on 18th September 2015, so make sure you spread the word about being dog friendly!

Why not tweet or upload a picture of your dog enjoying a dog friendly day out with the hashtag #bedogfriendly and make sure you share with us on Facebook and Twitter @RemusHorse.

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