The ‘New Normal’ for Lockdown Puppies

The ‘New Normal’ For Lockdown Puppies

Time in Lockdown

Many families will have used the additional time at home to settle a new furry addition into their lives, a puppy. The elongated periods of time spent in doors have provided an ideal setting, to introduce a new pet to the family, in order to gain familiarity with surroundings, build relationships with family members, implement routines and commence puppy training.

Throughout the last few weeks we have seen significant shifts in lockdown rules and regulations within the United Kingdom. As a result of this many people are keen to transition to a ‘new normal’ including routines such as returning to work and visiting close family and friends.  

When you put the excitement and eagerness to find a new normality aside, you must take a moment to consider the impact that this huge shift in routine will have on your puppy. The contrasting change to you and your household not being present as often, could cause your puppy to become anxious and disrupt them from their existing routines.

Helping your puppy overcome any anxiety is extremely important but preventing it from occurring in the first place is even better. Scamps & Champs Chichester can help by providing regular puppy visits and dog walks and we can even start now before you go back to work!

How Our Puppy Sitting Services Can Help

If you like many others are planning to return to work, but you have a puppy that you’re worried about leaving at home. Our puppy sitting services at Scamps & Champs Chichester are here to help the transition run smoothly.

A puppy will be familiarising itself with their new home so it’s important to keep them in that environment until they are used to going elsewhere and work up to any alterations in routine gradually. At Scamps and Champs Chichester we can visit your puppy in the comfort of your own home, fuss them, let them out to the toilet, feed them, keep them company and provide short walks if your puppy has had their second vaccination.

When we look after your beloved puppy, we will ensure that all of your pet’s usual routines are maintained, with additional loving companionship included. This will benefit your puppy and help them stay relaxed, ultimately maintaining familiar routines and reducing anxiety. Having Scamps and Champs Chichester to look after your puppy can assist their well-being, routines and social skills, which are all crucial elements of a puppy’s initial training. It also offers peace of mind to you and reassures you that whilst you go back to work, your puppy still has company and fun at home.

How Our Dog Walking Services Can Reduce Puppy Anxiety

Exercise is essential for any pet and a vital part of their daily exercise, especially a young pup. Maintaining your puppy’s daily walks is so important. Scamps and Champs Chichester offer and deliver a premium dog walking service.

One of our animal care experts can come to your home and walk your dog for you. We ensure they have an engaging, fun and stimulating walk out in the fresh air, impacting them positively.

Walking your puppy is so important, especially if they are showing signs of anxiety due to lockdown and the current lifting of lockdown. Walking your puppy daily is crucial because, when your dog is exercised efficiently, they are simply healthier and happier.

If you are at all worried about leaving your pets whilst you return to work Scamps and Champs Chichester can come and check on your pets whilst you are out for additional piece of mind. If you have purchased a ‘lockdown puppy’ whilst you have been off work and home all of the time, you may also like to consider our Puppy Sitting Service. If you have any questions or queries don’t hesitate to contact Scamps & Champs Chichester for further support and advice by emailing, calling our Branch Manager Sarah Young on 07931 526514 or contacting us via our Facebook Page.

Exiting Lockdown & Anxious Animals

How the New Lift in Lockdown Rules Could Cause Anxiety for Your Pets

Loosening Lockdown Rules

Following the latest Government announcement signifying further loosening of lockdown regulations, there are signs that we could be transitioning into a ‘new normal’ imminently. Whilst this news comes as a great relief to many of us who have been separated from loved ones for almost three months, we need to take a moment to consider that this may not be such good news for our beloved pets. Scamps & Champs Chichester would like to highlight the main concerns we may be facing in the up and coming weeks with our anxious pets and how you can assist a smooth transition for your pets, as you begin to leave your house for longer periods of time.

Jackpot Joy

Many of us have been completely quarantined at home for medical reasons, with little or no contact with the outside world for elongated periods of time. Whatever your circumstances are one thing is certain, you have probably been at home with your pets a great deal through this unprecedented period.

Aside from the obvious concerns, your pets have probably perceived your new extended time at home as a great comfort accompanied with additional fuss and food! In fact, they probably think they have struck gold right now by having you and your entire family home 24/7! Furthermore, with your desperation to get outside and enjoy a burst of fresh air and exercise, it is very possible that as a dog owner you have been taking your canine companion for extra walkies too! Jackpot!

An Alteration in Routine

Without our commute to work, the school run, trips out in the evenings and at weekends, not only have we significantly shifted our daily routine but so have our pets. Whereas we would probably leave the house and our pets at least twice a day and possibly for several hours at a time during busy periods, we may now only be leaving the house to walk our dogs. In short, some of our pets may be by our sides throughout the entire day without us even realising it.

Anxiety in Our Animals

As humans we often become anxious during significant changes in our lives and it is no different for our pets. In their minds they have become used to our company, everyone being at home and all of the additional benefits that come with this. Therefore if we suddenly go back to work and begin leaving them they could become extremely anxious, upset and even distressed. So the important question is; how can we avoid this happening?

Scamps & Champs Chichester are here to help you by providing pet visits where we can come and check that your pets are okay, change their water, feed them and let them outside for some fresh air. We also provide a dog walking service where we can come and collect your dog and take them for a walk, so if you are self-isolating or going back to work and unable to walk your dog then we are here to help. At Scamps & Champs Chichester we are keen to provide you with accurate, up-to-date advice so this week we spoke to Hannah’s Hounds Dog Training who provided us with expert tips on how to reduce anxiety in your pets’ behaviour, in the up and coming weeks.

Tips for Reducing Pet Anxiety

  • Start Now – Start leaving your pets for short periods of time now, whilst you are still self-isolating. Put them into their safe space so they know you are leaving the house. You could even just go out of the room and upstairs so that they think you’re going out, then you are still close by to help if they become distressed. When you do eventually start going out you can do this in small steps too, by heading out the front door and sitting in the car or walking down your drive to be close by.
  • Build It Up – If your pet is really struggling with separation anxiety then just start small by just walking out of a gate or the front door and coming back inside.You can then build on this gradually by leaving the room for two minutes, then next time five minutes and build up to the time you would usually be out for. Start by just leaving the room and pretending to go out, until you are certain that your pets are settled and content with you going out of the house properly. If your pet gets overly distressed, you may need to contact a professional dog behaviourist for help.
  • Safe Space and Triggers – Always leave your pets in their safe space. Be consistent with where you leave them, when you leave them and the signs you provide to your pets as you leave. Perhaps you give the same cue, say the same words or turn on the same radio station as you leave. Keep the message consistent so that they recognise the signs that you are leaving the house and they know what is about to happen, this will help reduce anxiety.
  • Treats, Toys & Time – Throughout the day when you are home, keep your pets engaged and active at several points during the day. Have activities planned such as a Kong toy or lick mat, where they have to work for their food and treats. Keep their minds and bodies engaged and active throughout points during your day, so that when you do leave they are ready to slow down and have a break whilst you are out.
  • Exercise – Keep your pets well exercised with plenty of fresh air where possible, so that when you do leave the house they are tired and happy to have some down time in their safe space. When you do leave you could also use a chew toy or treat to keep them occupied whilst you leave them for their settle period of rest. This will help reduce anxiety and keep them calm.
  • Lockdown Puppies – If you have bought home a new puppy during lockdown then it is very possible that they have never been left. Make sure you are incorporating all of the above advice within your professional puppy training even before lockdown ends. Start now, leaving your puppy is often an aspect of training that gets forgotten. If you are unsure about this then contact a professional dog trainer.

If you are at all worried about leaving your pets whilst you return to work Scamps and Champs Chichester can come and check on your pets whilst you are out for additional piece of mind. If you have purchased a ‘lockdown puppy’ whilst you have been off work and home all of the time, you may also like to consider our Puppy Sitting Service. If you have any questions or queries don’t hesitate to contact Scamps & Champs Chichester for further support and advice by emailing, calling our Branch Manager Sarah Young on 07931 526514 or contacting us via our Facebook Page.

Scamps and Champs Chichester is Growing!

In the last 2 months Chichester Scamps and Champs has taken on 4 new team members. Requests for services are increasing weekly and with great reviews and plenty of happy pet lovers it can only get better.  If you are looking for a reliable premium per service then look no further that Sarah and her team at Scamps and Champs Chichester.

‘I am really pleased that Scamps and Champs Chichester has taken off so well and this is due to great service from the team of pet lovers that we have and the great brand that is Scamps and Champs.’

Sarah Davies – Branch owner

The current team at Scamps and Champs Chichester can cover your dog boarding, pet sitting and pet visit needs all over Chichester, Bognor Regis and the surrounding area.  We have a great team in place to look after your pets and treat them as part of the family. 

Our team members so are:

Mike Parham – East Wittering

Mikes is the name, dog boarding our game!

We are a family of three, Mike, Ksenia and Anarella (7) we live in West Sussex.

We have a great passion for our four-legged friends, as a child I grew up always with a German Shepard around and in adult life, until recently, there has always been one or even two at times, with the occasional Irish Wolf and even a Cavalier King Charles (slight diversity there!)

I have to admit that we currently do not have any dogs of our own. I have been reluctant despite family pressure to own another dog as the memories of losing one’s best friend is always so heart breaking, something you, animal lovers, no doubt will appreciate

So here we are! Scamps & Champs dog boarders! 

Cyra Shepherd – Fishbourne

Cyra has just joined our home boarding team at Scamps and Champs Chichester. She has a lovely home that she shares with Ernie, her lovely golden Labrador and her family.  We are thrilled she has come on board and know that she will be a real team player. Cyra says: 

“I love dogs. This is an ideal job for me where I look forward to welcoming them into our home, in a safe and loving environment for them to enjoy, so the owners can relax and feel confident that their dog is well cared for while they are away.” 

Carla Campbell – Nutbourne

My name is Carla and a really excited to join Sarah at Scamps and Champs Chichester. I am a very happy, friendly and energetic person. I’m a big animal enthusiast and have studied animal care at college to achieve my higher national certificate. I love all animals but my main passion is for dogs.

Having grown up with a variety of dogs from Rottweiler’s and German Shepherds to Dachshunds and Chihuahuas. I couldn’t imagine my life without them. I have a little Cockapoo called Daisy who is my world. We enjoy lovely walks around the local villages where we live. Emsworth, Nutbourne and Bosham are among our favourites. I love walking and exploring new places for dog walks. 

I can’t wait to start looking after your pets in Chichester and bring Scamps and Champs to the South Coast.

Jane Mason – Pagham

I’m Jane and I have lived with and cared for animals of all types and sizes for over half a century!

I teach animal care and management at a local college and have a particular interest in animal/owner bonding.

I am happy to be working with Sarah and her team and look forward to getting to meet new pets and their owners around the South Downs area.

If you think you might need one of our premium pet services then drop me an email here

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We would love to hear from you!

Dog Walking in Chichester & Bognor Regis – Scamps and Champs Chichester can ‘Take the Lead’ for you!

We’ve all been there; when the dog walk has sunk to the bottom of the list. A change in lifestyle, sickness or an emergency can leave you struggling for time. 

Let our premium dog walking service in Chichester help!  At Scamps and Champs we are here to help when getting out for a walk becomes difficult; for any reason.

We have a team of Chichester dog walkers waiting to ‘Take the Lead’ and lavish attention and walkies on your best friend.  Our local area is renowned for its dog walks and Chichester is surrounded by some fantastic areas.  Let us show them to your dog.

Scamps and Champs Chichester offer a premium dog walking service. One of our experienced and local dog walkers can come to your home and walk your dog for you, ensuring they have an engaging, fun and stimulating walk out in the fresh air. When your dog is happy and exercised then you are happy and life can become easier and less stressful.

You can also qualify for our 10% new customer discount and if you are within the Armed Forces community we offer a 5% discount.

Do we Pack Walk?  No we don’t…

Our Chichester dog walkers will never ‘pack walk’ your dog. We believe in individual attention and offer a premium one to one dog walking service. Whether it’s a one off walk while you’re out for the day or a regular weekly walk; each package is tailored to your individual needs and your dog’s personality. We will never walk your dog off the lead unless we have your consent and your dog displays a solid 100% recall.

However, if they love the company and would benefit from socialising with other dogs, then we are happy to pair your dog up with a walking buddy or two. Assuming everyone is getting on well with each other and that every dog is going to benefit from a group walk, we are happy to walk your dog with up to three other pup-pals.

Yours and your dog’s individual needs…

We offer a friendly, reliable and compassionate service, which can be tailored to suit your dog’s individual needs. We will come and meet you and your dog and ascertain exactly what it is you are looking for.

Keep an eye on us and you dog with GPS…

We offer GPS Location Check in Service – so that you know your dog and walker has arrived at their destination.

Our GPS Route Tracker – you can access our GPS route tracker so that you can see where your dog is being walked and see that they are getting the walk you have been promised.

Scamps and Champs Chichester want to make your life easier…

You can book our Chichester dog walkers online – we provide a quick and easy to use online booking system, so that you can book your dog in for their walk, whilst you are anywhere and at any time.

Just in case, You never know…

You never know what’s around the corner. We have back up dog walkers – if due to unforeseen circumstances your dog walker is unable to attend the walk, we always have a backup dog walker organised so that your dog can still get out and go for their walk.

How did it go…

Our personal feedback report will be sent to you. We have an electronic feedback report with photographs of your dog on their walk so you can see what they have been up to.

What does it cost…

Group Dog Walks:  30 minutes  = £8 or 60 minutes = £12

Solo Dog Walks: 30 minutes = £10 or 60 minutes = £15

Additional dogs from the same household, half price. We can also do the weekend or bank holidays.  If you require more information then visit the Chichester Dog Walking price list on Scamps and Champs here

The New Addition – A Puppy!

In addition to all of the above, we also offer sessions in your home to assist your puppies with toilet training, behaviour and confidence. If you have something specific you want to work on, please get in contact via the details below and we would be happy to consider your request.

To contact Chichester Scamps and Champs, simply send us a message via our online form, we will be in touch as soon as we can.

A Gunner Family Investing in the Local Community

Dog Walking in Chichester, Dog Home Boarding in Chichester, Pet Care Services in Chichester

Sarah Davies has recently set up Scamps and Champs Chichester, a hugely successful national pet service franchise. Sarah is keen to invest in her local area and our community and is hiring people to provide a variety of pet services.

Of her new business Sarah says; “The response to my adverts from local people to get involved and offer our pet services has been tremendous.  The local communities of Chichester are really taking an interest and I hope to employ many local people to provide our pet services.”

Sarah is set to marry Leon, a Royal Artillery Officer in August.  Leon was recently based at Thorney island and after falling love with the south coast, they now live permanently in the area.  Chichester has strong links with the Royal Artillery and the local regiments attend the Remembrance Parade each year with a strong veteran following. There are also local links from as far back as World War One.

West Sussex County Council is also proud to be part of Forces Connect South East, a cross-border partnership comprising: Surrey, Kent, East Sussex, West Sussex and Hampshire county councils; Brighton and Hove and Medway councils; and the NHS.

Sarah has worked for a number of years co-ordinating the Royal Artillery Association, aka The Gunners Veteran Association, providing much needed welfare and support to our veterans and their families. Despite her busy work schedule, she made the decision to branch out and start her own Pet Service business and ensure it a community-based business. Sarah even offers all members of the armed forces a continuing 5% discount on pet care services at Scamps and Champs Chichester.

Sarah is keen to make local connections with other businesses in the community and says; “I am really excited and want to get in touch with animal charities in the local area and offer support and fundraising.  It is really important to include the local businesses and offer promotions through some independent cafes and shops.  I would like Scamps and Champs Chichester to become a local business with reach into the local and wider community.”

So, what is Scamps & Champs all about then? Scamps and Champs are one of the countries top pet care services, offering a professional level of pet-sitting and dog-walking excellence, within the animal care sector. Whilst many competitors only simply offer one area of services for dogs, Scamps and Champs pride themselves on offering a wide variety of elite pet care services for; cats, dogs, birds, small animals and horses.

Scamps and Champs offer an extensive range of pet care services for all animals including; pet sitting, overnight pet sitting, home boarding, dog walking and even a pet chaperone service for your wedding day. Scamps and Champs are a well-known, established brand, offering a caring and trust-worthy service, to all pet owners and animals.

Investment in the local community by enthusiastic and innovative businesses is exactly what we need, and Sarah with Scamps and Champs Chichester is a great example of this. We look forward to hearing from her and her clients as her business develops.

To learn more about Scamps and Champs Chichester visit their website or follow the Scamps and Champs Chichester Facebook Page.

To contact Scamps and Champs Chichester, check pet care service availability or to make a booking, simply complete their online enquiry form and Sarah will respond to you as soon as possible.

A Wedding Service with a Difference – We will get your Pet to the Church on Time!

We all know that our pets are a big part of the family. So, let Chichester Scamps and Champs Wedding Chaperone Service make your ‘Big Day’ PAWFECT.

Our pets are undoubtedly part of the family therefore on the biggest day of your life, why wouldn’t you want your pet to be there? Cats and dogs love us unconditionally and without question, therefore having them with us as we walk down the aisle carries truly special significance. Having your pet present on your wedding day, is an aspect of your big day that you do not want to miss out on, but how can you co-ordinate everything by yourself?

Let Chichester Scamps and Champs help and be there to chaperone your beloved pet and make your big day truly special and complete.

The concept of having your best pet-pal at your wedding is a wonderful idea, with an increasing number of venues now welcoming dogs and cats to be part of wedding occasions. However, to make all of this possible practically a pet chaperone service is needed, to ensure that your pet has everything they need so that your perfect wedding day can proceed without a hitch!

Scamps and Champs Chichester – Wedding Pet Chaperoning Service

This is where Chichester Scamps and Champs can assist you! We recognise how important it is that you have your pet included in your wedding and we want to help your day go as perfectly as possible for you. We can ensure that your best friend is chaperoned to your wedding venue and by your side in all of your professional wedding photographs.

We can take the worry out of your wedding by offering you our elite pet chaperoning service, taking care of your beloved pet for the entire day. Our services commence by us coming to your home to meet you and your pet in person, this is to ensure that both you and your four-legged friend are happy with your chosen chaperone. Once everyone has become acquainted and you are completely comfortable, we will sit with you and you can tell us exactly how you wish your pet to be involved in your pawfect wedding day.

What Does Chichester Wedding Pet Chaperone Provide?

All of our wedding packages are bespoke and can be tailored to your individual requirements. Your cat or dog can be involved in as little or as much of your special day as you like. It is important that we meet your needs but that we also work together to meet the personality and requirements of your pet too. We recognise that a wedding venue is an unfamiliar environment for your furry friend and we therefore want to be there to support them every step of the way.

In addition, where possible we will try and maintain your cat or dog’s usual routine. We will ensure they are exercised before leaving, that they eat at their usual meal times and have their favourite food with them. Water will also be available at all times. We will try and encourage you to select a quiet zone for your pet at the wedding venue, which can be as simple as a small side room. This so that we can bring some of your cat or dogs home comforts along with them, such as their bed, a blanket or some of their favourite toys. This is also so that if the ceremony becomes too busy or overwhelming for them, we can take them back to their quiet room and settle them comfortably.

Our Promise to You

At Chichester Scamps and Champs our whole business and livelihood surrounds the professional care of animals. In addition, our staff have array of experience in caring for animals of all sizes and breeds. We therefore want to provide the best possible care whilst chaperoning your cat or dogs throughout the entirety of your wedding day, ensuring that you all have the best day possible together.

We will plan the day meticulously in line with your requirements and your pet’s personality, so that your day can include them in a stress free way. We will be there from first thing in the morning, or often even from the night before for an overnight stay. We will take care of all of your pet’s needs, by chaperoning them across the entire wedding period, for as long as you need. Ensuring you have the perfect wedding day with your best pet-pal by your side.

Our personal approach and real love of animals will make your pet feel safe and secure in our care.  We are fully insured, DBS checked and completely committed to your animals’ welfare.

Please do give me or one of our enthusiastic team a call or drop us an email.  Our number is a national number and there is always someone ready to answer your call.

All messages are passed onto me personally and I will get back to you as soon as possible.

For more information please visit our website Chichester Scamps and Champs If you feel we could offer their many dog-walking and pet-sitting service please do get in touch.

Dog Home Boarding in Chichester & Bognor Regis –

Let us look after your Purfect Pooch while you are on your Holibobs!

If it’s a choice between the kennels and Chichester Dog Home Boarder then I know what I would choose! A warm and friendly home, fully insured and dog loving environment, full of cuddles, walks and treats.

That’s where Scamps and Champs in Chichester can assist you.  We have a team of Chichester dog home boarding individuals waiting to lavish attention and walkies on your best friend.

Chichester Scamps and Champs offer a home boarding service where your dog goes on their own small holiday, to live with one of our experienced host families in the comfort of their lovely home. There are no kennels or cages, unless you take your own crate as that is your dog’s usual routine. They will be part of family life and be provided with large amounts of company and attention.

Chichester dog home boarding service allows your pets routine to be catered for along your dog’s individual requirements;

  • such as dietary needs,
  • meal times,
  • walks
  • Dispensing of any medications.

We will discuss your dog’s requirements, routine and personality with you at length and make a plan for your dog’s stay that you are happy with. Your dog will never be walked off the lead unless written consent is obtained from you, signifying that you are

All Chichester Dog boarding homes are fully vetted, licensed by the local council and insured. Your dog will also be treated as one of the family with all the love and affection you desire for your beloved furry family member.

Chichester Scamps and Champs will always go that extra mile to ensure your pooch is happy, content and looked after.

You want your dog to be cared for, relaxed and comfortable within an experienced and friendly home or with one of our selected Chichester dog boarders; We do to!

Whilst you are away we will send you photographs of your dog so that you can see how they are getting within the boarders home and keep up to date with what they are up to, so you can enjoy your trip away knowing they are happy and safe. They will probably feel like they are having their own fabulous mini break.

Our personal approach and real love of animals will make your dog feel safe and secure in our care.  We are fully insured, DBS checked and completely committed to your animals’ welfare.

Please do give me or one of our enthusiastic team a call or drop us an email.  Our number is a national number and there is always someone ready to answer your call.

All messages are passed onto me personally and I will get back to you as soon as possible.

Please share your photo’s here and if you think that Chichester Scamps and Champs could offer their many dog-walking and pet-sitting service please do get in touch.

Chichester and West Sussex is Full of Dog Friendly Places to go Dog Walking!

West Sussex is a county with lots of natural beauty and if you looking for spectacular views over the South Downs National Park, while out dog walking then you’re in the right place. Whether you want a short or long walk its worth going into the Sussex country side just for the views.  

The choice for you and your pets is endless and walkies has never been so enjoyable.  From the South Downs to some great National Trust gardens – there’s plenty of choice. So let’s start with some super dog friendly walks that your best friends will love.

Whether you’re walking your own family pet or own a dog walking and pet sitting business in Chichester or the surrounding area then you’re in luck. Why not visit:

West Wittering

  • Beautiful beach
  • Long or short work with a swim and some fish and chips.
  • Parking is £6 for all day.

Petworth Park

  • Lovely walk with beautiful views.
  • You can do short walk or longer walks.
  • Great for families too.
  • Parking £3 unless you’re a national trust member.

Midhurst Way at Cowdray Park

  • Woolbeding Estate is a hidden countryside gem, situated in the South Downs National Park near historic Midhurst.
  • The walk starts in the heart of Midhurst and takes in the beauty of Woolbeding Parkland. Follow the River Rother, edged with ancient trees. Pass a plantation of whispering poplars and hear the sounds of the weir before returning to Midhurst’s main street.
  • The walk may be started at either Benbow Pond or The Cowdray Farm Shop & Café.

The Duke of Cumberland Pub Walk at Henley

  • This is a charming woodland circular walk from an absolutely delightful

Hamlet hidden in the woods.

  • The pub is tiny and full of character with old framed deeds on the walls and other icons

from a line of tenant publicans with fishing and other country interests.

  • There are no nettles on this walk but you need stout sensible shoes or


  • Your dog will love this walk too.
  • The walk begins at the car park beside the Duke of Cumberland pub in

Henley W.Sussex, off the A286 between Haslemere and Midhurst,

Postcode GU27 3HQ.

Benbow Pond

  • Benbow Pond is a circular walk of approximately one mile and starts at the pond,
  • The Queen Elizabeth Oak, and the Cowdray QE2 Jubilee Lime Avenue before returning to the start point.

The Folly, Slindon

  • Great walk, beautiful in spring and summer when the bluebells are in full bloom.
  • Mostly uphill but some lovely circular routes. Beautiful views all year round of the local area.
  • Park in the layby at the bottom and then use the bridleway to access a network of paths to explore.

Bersted Brooks

  • Bested Brooks is a 19 hectare site comprising 3 fields alongside the north-east bank of the Aldingbourne Rife, between the road bridges in Rowan Way & Shripney Lane in North Bersted, Bognor Regis, West Sussex.

If that isn’t enough then why not try these:

Dog Friendly places to rest and eat

We at Scamps and Champs now assume that you and your fully exercised dog are now ready for some refreshment and a sit down.  Walkies is fun but the pub at the end of the line is a welcome break.  Why not try these:

  • Highdown Tea Rooms allow dogs and even stocks doggy ice cream!
  • The Black Rabbit in Arundel. Why don’t you relax before undertaking a thirty minute walk with your dog from the train station to the pub to grab a drink before heading off to explore the beauty of this historic market town.
  • Berties of Arundel is the one stop for a slice of cake and a bowl of water after a lengthy walk.
  • The Worlds End and The Swallows Return pub & restaurants both welcome dog
  • The Bluebird café in Ferring is right on the beach front and is the perfect place for group or solo walking with your pets. 

We hope that you enjoy the walk, pubs and pet friendly places across the West Sussex countryside.  Please share your photo’s here and if you think that Chichester Scamps and Champs could offer their many dog-walking and pet-sitting service please do get in touch.