This Weeks Walk - Elstead - Sunday 5th July 2020

Please join us on one of our weekly walks around the sometimes sunny surrey countryside! Everyone is welcome!
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Tequilasdad
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July 1st, 2020, 7:22 am

firm favourite for lots of us! It has open spaces of common land, forest walks and A mossy streams for the dogs to paddle in. Its also quite hilly, so may not be good for those with breathing probs.

Meet at 10.30 for an 11am start :!:

Directions are:
Nearest post code is GU8 6LW (for approx. guidance only

If you are coming from Farnham/Frensham side, the bend is before the usual car park & the road/lane is on the left, go down the lane past October Farm which is on your right, take the first lane on your left and the car park is on the left.

Dogs MUST be kept either in cars or walked AWAY from the car park until the start of the walk. (The only exception to this, is when the weather is really hot, then you must stay with your dog, to insure it's wellbeing)

This is one of the smallest car parks on our walks, and it's a fairly busy place and it doesn't help our cause to have the dogs barking and bouncing about on the leads. It is up to us to make sure that our dogs are not seen in a bad light and to have a large amount of dogs in the car park barking at people and their dogs as they go past is not acceptable & it's not fair on the rest of us who spend a great deal of time and effort trying to improve how the public looks at dogs like ours.

Please be aware there maybe horses in the car park or seen on the walk. We do ask if owners can put dogs on lead or make them sit to the side when horses or people walking with or without dogs are on the same path to let them pass. Please keep this up, we have been congratulated on previous walks for stopping and allowing members of the public to pass with their dogs or horses etc so it is important we carry on doing this not just because it's polite and something that should be done but because we 'are' responsible GSD (& others) owners!

And don't forget a loud shout of Horses, Dog Walkers or Cyclists will alert the rest of the group, as to what is ahead, and take the appropriate action
All dogs and owners welcome as usual, but we would ask that all owners please be responsible for your own dog.
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will not tolerate, be held accountable or responsible for any accident, fight or unwarranted behaviour towards a member of the group or member of the public. We welcome new members and dogs and positively urge them to come on the walks for their and their dogs’ benefit but we do expect owners to keep their dogs in check. We all come on the walks to socialize the dogs & have a natter with likeminded people and have a good walk, but if you think your dog maybe aggressive to other dogs or you don't know how your dog will react to other dogs we do ask that you muzzle it for your dogs and others safety. If your dog is unpredictable, we ask that you either keep it on a lead or a long line. Please be courteous and respect others by keeping an eye on your dog and being aware of what it's doing, we do not want to stop people or dogs coming on the walk but we will be left with no choice if a dog is a constant problem. If a member’s dog is being too problematic (for one reason or another), you will be approached by a walk member who will politely request that you either put your dog back on a leash &/or muzzle for a period of time.
This is not intended to offend anyone, it is a request to restrain your dog from getting too carried away, making a nuisance of itself &/or it being too aggressive. If you are unsure how your dog will react on the walk, then the dog must be kept either on a lead or a long line.
If the owner is not in close proximity (for one reason or another) another walk member may place your dog on a lead until it is reunited with its owner & the reason why will be explained.
Please make sure your dog is wearing a suitable dog tag before the walk, by law this MUST have the owners address and telephone numbers on and preferably that the dog is chipped and neutered.
If the walk has to be cancelled for some reason it will be posted on here at least 2 hours before the walk. It won't be cancelled if it is just raining!
So please check here before you set off. :D :)
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Tequilasdad
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July 1st, 2020, 8:21 am

We’ll be there see you all Sunday.😀😀👍Paul&Cath
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July 3rd, 2020, 10:11 am

We'll be there as well.
See you all Sunday. Mick 👍🏻
And known to enjoy the occasional "cultural" weekend away - without the dogs
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Honeysdad
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July 5th, 2020, 5:07 pm

Well we had a lovely walk around Elstead this morning.
The weather was kind, bright with a few clouds and not to hot. Not to sure how many dogs, but there had to have been around 20.
It was nice to see Erica and Lola back again.
Lets hope it's not to long until your next walk with us.
Also we had Beck with us again. Didn't he do well, slotted in right from the start. By the end of the walk Dan let him off lead and he didn't put a paw wrong.
That's what makes the walks so rewarding.
🤞🏻 he has visitors this week.
As usual we'll do it all again next week at Ockham.
So I'll see you all there. Mick 👍🏻
And known to enjoy the occasional "cultural" weekend away - without the dogs
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July 6th, 2020, 10:40 am

Well the weather was fantastic for walking the dogs - and at everyone's favourite place - but what our roving photographers were doing, I have no idea!

Mick made the feeble excuse of losing Charlie (what?) Image and then got talking - yes that's more like it - and so photos went on the back burner. As for Paul, I think he had too much of Cath's home made Whiskey cake before he came out and was walking round in a heady haze......Image

So here goes with the photos......

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It's was nice to see Dee back with Max on a walk after her health scare and I hear that Maggie's young grandson had a tumble in a very muddy little stream and completed the walk in slushy trainers but being a right little trooper, he never complained once. The dogs all enjoyed themselves too - only that would have been nice to see.......

So that's it for this week folks. Have a good week everyone and maybe the pair of roving photographers will get roving next week! Image

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KYSA - trying to be guided from above by Major, Dexter and Alfie.....but he's not for listening!
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