A Beagle Pack Date In Dog Friendly Richmond Park

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There’s nothing better than going for a nice long walk with a pack of wagging beagles! We love being part of a pack, and in fact it’s our nature, we were bred to hunt in a group. So when I found out  I was going to be meeting with Eli’z from France, Porthos and Lucy hailing from the U.K. I just couldn’t wait.

One big beautiful dog friendly park and four beagles ready to sniff, wag and explore, what could be better! This was my first time at dog friendly Richmond Park and I would highly recommend it to any dog wanting to go for an amazing stroll right in London.

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It was beautiful Saturday afternoon and I had a blast, it was the perfect way to start the weekend!

About Dog Friendly Richmond Park

Richmond Park, is the largest of the capital’s eight Royal Parks and the biggest enclosed space in London.

The park is a National Nature Reserve, London’s largest Site of Special Scientific Interest and a European Special Area of Conservation. The varied landscape of hills, woodland gardens, ponds and grasslands set among ancient trees abounds in wildlife and is perfect place for a beagle meet up!

It’s also home to the beautiful Isabella Plantation, Pembroke Lodge and herds of Red and Fallow deer.

Dog walkers and visitors act with caution as deer mating season begins!

The Royal Parks is recommending dog owners who walk their pets in Richmond and Bushy Parks consider walking them outside the parks during the deer mating season.

Deer can feel threatened by dogs even over long distances and when the dog is not behaving in a provocative manner.This is particularly likely during the mating season, or rut, which begins in the next week and runs through to the end of October.

During the mating season, the Red stags and Fallow bucks compete for females. At this time, the large males roar, bark and clash antlers in a spectacular way in an attempt to fight off rivals and attract as many females as possible.

Perceiving dogs as a threat, deer may charge a dog and its owner.
– Read more at: Richmond Park