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How does it work?

Dogzmania has two paddocks for private hire in 1 hour slots

(55 minutes field use, 5 minutes to exit).


Use our online booking system to book your time slot.

Once you have booked and paid, you will receive a confirmation email with a passcode to permit entry into your chosen paddock. (The passcode will be changed every 2 weeks so make sure you double check this on the email).

*All dogs on the premisses must have relevant up to date vaccinations.*

We are located at Wood Lane Leisure (The fishery). When you turn into the drive you will see our secure paddocks on the left hand side.

Parking - Should you wish to do so, during summer time you may open the big metal gate and drive into the main field to park (ensuring to close the metal gate once you are inside) or if you would prefer, you may park in the main car park next to the field. 

Whilst outside of the paddock please keep your dog on a lead!

You will enter your chosen paddock using the passcode to open the padlock. Once inside please close the gate and lock it behind you to prevent your furry friend from escaping!

DO NOT enter the paddock until the previous person has left.


Need To Know

Your dog remains your responsibility at all times!

Please pick up your doggy poos! We provide a bin for you to leave your poo bags in so you don’t have the hassle of taking this home with you!

Please note currently there is no water provided onsite -

Please bring water for your furry friends.

The paddocks are a no smoking area.

GENERAL - Our fields are regularly checked for cleanliness, security issues and litter but please do pick up your own dog poo and dispose of it in the bin provided. 

WEATHER WARNING: Please be vigilant with the health and safety of your dog(s). We can have very warm weather during summer and dogs are at risk from heat stroke.

Dogs need exercise, even when it's hot. We recommend walking your dog in the morning or evening when it's cooler to reduce the risk of heatstroke.

  • Always take plenty of water out with you for your dog.

  • Never leave your dog in a car. As temperatures rise, dogs overheat quickly and leaving them for as little as 20 minutes could prove fatal.

  • Ensure your pooch has shade to cool off in, either inside or when out and about.

  • Remember, dogs can get sunburnt too – especially white dogs or those with little hair so try and keep them out of direct sun. Ask your vet about pet sunscreens and don’t assume that human sunscreen is suitable for your dog.

  • Think twice about any car trips with your dog. Avoid congested roads or busy times of day when they could possibly overheat in the car if you are stuck in traffic.

  • If driving with your dog, plan your journey around cooler times of the day and take regular breaks.

  • Take your dog to the groomers and keep their fur clipped.

  • Some dogs love water, use a paddling pool to keep your dog cool.

  • If you’re near a larger body of water, don’t forget that just because dogs instinctively know how to swim doesn’t mean that they like water or are good swimmers! All dogs should be supervised when swimming to ensure they don’t need any help

It’s important to watch your dog closely for signs of heatstroke: The most obvious are excessive panting and profuse salivation, but others include overly red or purple gums; a rapid pulse; lack of co-ordination; reluctance or inability to rise after collapsing, seizures, vomiting or diarrhoea and in extreme circumstances coma or death.

If you are worried your dog may be suffering from heat stroke, move them to a cooler spot straight away before ringing your vet for advice immediately.

If you keep these precautions in mind, you and your dog can enjoy a happy and healthy summer together!

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