Dogs in the Dock

small_boyancy.jpgOn Saturday the 29th July (12 - 3) we will be visiting the Queens Dock adjacent to Albert Dock on the sea front in Liverpool, for a dog fun day out in the water. learn your dog to swim with the use of a dog buoyancy aid!

small_aqua.jpgThe inflatable water obstacles and water trampoline is is a great bit of kit for having a laugh with your friends and family. You can bounce up and down then jump into the water or race your friends along the assault course, its a bit like total wipe out. Buoyancy aids and helmets must be worn at all times during this activity and it is not suitable for non swimmers.

small_dock.jpgTake your dog on a canoe trip to Albert Dock... take a gentle paddle from the centre in Queens Dock through the South Liverpool Docklands up to the Albert Dock and return. Each canoe can hold two persons and a dog, or alternatively for the larger group a canoe raft will hold four people and two dogs.

However if its speed you want join into our quarter of a mile canoe race, one person and one dog in each canoe.small_swim.jpg

For the more hardy amongst you, why not take the Tough Wetter challenge and raise sponsorship money to help the lost and abandoned dogs of Merseyside, start by completing the water obstacles and trampoline circuit, then paddle a canoe for a quarter mile finishing with an open water swim across the dock. We ask each participant in the Tough Wetter to raise at least £100.