Autumn Winter 2015 issue of Holybrooks newsletter. Competitions , Xmas opening hours and more.
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Autumn / Winter 2015

Summer hasn't been quite what we hoped for, but isn't Autumn turning out to be a glorious season? The clocks go back on 25th October, so it's likely to get dark on your journey home during the week, if you would like a hallway light left on after a walk, please let us know. We've also made some changes to our Christmas opening days so we are now open between Christmas and New Year, see below for more information.


We would really love and appreciate it if you could spare a few minutes to add a review to our Facebook page. You can leave just a star rating, or better still, tell other people about your experience with us.

Christmas Holidays

Last year, there were a few requests for walks between Christmas and New Year, so this year we are making ourselves available! We'll be offering this service on a pre-booked basis only; as with the weekend walks. If you need any help, please let us know dates before 11th December. The dates we will be closed are 25/12, 26/12 & 1/1.


We are running a Halloween competition this year for your chance to win £20 of Pets at Home vouchers. To enter, post a picture of your dog in their best Halloween costume on our Facebook post and the winner will be chosen on 1st November!

Staying up-to-date

It may have been a while since we asked you for an emergency contact, so we want to make sure that should anything happen on a walk and we can't get hold of you, that we have someone else we can speak to about your dog. Please could you let us know who we should call and their telephone number so that we have the most up-to-date information.

Bank Holidays

Want to have a day out with the kids, visit relatives, or just have a lazy day when the Bank Holidays arrive? We still offer walks on Bank Holidays (except 25/12, 26/12 & 1/1) with a small supplement charge. If you want to plan ahead for 2016, book us in for a walk.


Did you know that from April 2016, all dogs over 8 weeks old must be microchipped? After this date, dogs found without a 'chip may be fined up to £500. It's a quick and simple procedure that can be carried out by your vet or another qualified implanter. Don't forget to ask your vet to check your dog's 'chip when you next visit their surgery to make sure it's still working correctly.
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