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Dog-friendly day at cottage company

PUBLISHED: 15:44 21 February 2019

Canine capers at a Suffolk cottage agency. Bring your dog to work day at Best of Suffolk, based at Badingham.
Hannah Mortimer, Donna Hostler, Annette Mason-Gordon, Tim Ripman and Nicky Wegner, with their pets, outside the office.
Picture: BEST OF SUFFOLK

Canine capers at a Suffolk cottage agency. Bring your dog to work day at Best of Suffolk, based at Badingham. Hannah Mortimer, Donna Hostler, Annette Mason-Gordon, Tim Ripman and Nicky Wegner, with their pets, outside the office. Picture: BEST OF SUFFOLK

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The Best of Suffolk cottage agency team were bright eyed and bushy tailed this morning as it was their Bring Your Dog to Work Day.

With tails wagging five four-legged friends joined them in the Best of Suffolk barn in Badingham for a ‘walk and work’.

They spent the day with Skye the black Labrador, Walter the Norfolk Terrier, Kipper who is a mixed-breed rescue dog, Ellie the Patterdale and Charlie the Staffordshire Bull Terrier.

Best of Suffolk hear all about holiday maker’s dogs and even take their names and breed upon making a booking. As dog owners, they understand the family dog is just that, part of the family and deserve a holiday too.

With ever increasing demand for holiday cottages that are dog-friendly, Best of Suffolk offer 242 places to stay that accept pets. As a truly dog-friendly holiday cottage company, they are one of the very few agencies that do not charge extra for four-legged friends to come on holiday.

Suffolk is the ideal county for a dog friendly holiday, withs stunning beaches ideal for walks, miles of countryside paths and trails to explore as well as a high number of cosy country pubs where dogs are welcome too.

The Best of Suffolk team said the day was a great success.

Abi Charter said: “The Best of Suffolk pups enjoyed being in the office for the day, almost as much as we enjoyed having them! Just looking at a dog is proven to increase the amount of oxytocin, the “feel good” chemical, in the brain. The whole team were certainly all smiles after spending a day with these gorgeous dogs.”

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