T's & C's

Corona Virus, Corvid 19 Update.

* Do not attend if you have been diagnosed with Corvid-19 or are displaying symptoms.
* Government guidelines in terms of numbers of people meeting must be adhered. Social distancing rules apply.
* Park close to your field entrance and remain in your vehicle until the previous people have driven away
* Dog wash areas are available, use the sanitiser provided and/or cover your hands before using the washer.
* Communal toys not available
* Use gloves (or a poo bag) to open and close the gate
* Bring your own hand sanitiser to use before entering and on leaving the field
* The lid has been removed from the poo bin and there wont be a water container available, although the dog bowls will be topped up

Please follow these additional terms and conditions and help us to keep the fields open.
Terms and Conditions for hire of the Dog Days Secure Field
1. Booking Information
1.1 Rates
Number of dogs (50 Minutes)
1 to 4 – £8
5 to 8 – £14
9+ – By arrangement
1.2 Availability
The fields are open every day from 8am. The closing time will change throughout the year, see the booking page for available times.
If using the field during the dark you must bring a torch and take extra care to pick up any poo.
1.3 Booking Arrangements – Booking is through the website www.dogdayslancs.co.uk/booking-the-field
1.4 Payment is by Debit/Credit card at the time of booking.
1.5 Cancellation Policy – If you arrive late, the booking cannot be extended. Refunds can only be given for cancelled bookings if that space is filled by another client.
1.6 Bookings are non-transferable. The person making the booking must be present and must ensure that anyone else attending is made aware of and adheres to the Terms and Conditions.

2. Parking
2.1 If you choose to park on the Dog Days car park then you do so at your own risk and Dog Days accept no responsibility for any loss/damages.
2.2 Park near to the field that you are using; Bailey Field to the left and Queg Field to the right.

3. Maintenance
3.1 Bring your own poo bags and clean up after your dog/s. Dog Days will provide a poo bin but take all other rubbish home with you.
3.2 The Dog Days Team will inspect the field and fencing daily to maintain security but please notify a member of the Team if you have any concerns.
3.3 During winter months the field will be muddy and waterproof boots will be required.
3.4 Do not allow your dog/s to dig holes, this can be dangerous to other field users. Notify a member of the Dog Days Team if you see a hole so that it can be filled in.
3.5 On your first visit take the time to inspect the field to ensure that it is suitable for use by your dog/s; fence height, proximity to farm animals etc.

4. Code of Ethics
4.1 Choke chains, prong collars and electronic devices are not allowed.
4.2 Harsh handling of dogs, either verbal or physical is not allowed.
4.3 To maintain the professional integrity of Dog Days, dog trainers working with their clients will only be allowed by prior arrangement.
4.4 To maintain the professional integrity of Dog Days, professional dog walkers will only be allowed by prior arrangement.

5. Training
5.1 One to one training sessions and Training Classes (Recall, Lead Walking etc.) can be booked on the field with Lynn Southworth (MAPDT 01201).

6.Entering/Leaving the Field
6.1 A member of the Dog Days Team will be there to meet you on your first session, ensure that you have read the Terms and Conditions before arriving. If you have booked the field but are meeting friends/family ensure that they too are familiar with the Terms and Conditions.
6.2 Do not arrive more than 10 minutes before the start of your session, early arrivals can be disruptive to those still on the fields. Once in the car park ensure that your dogs do not cause a distraction to those leaving the field; dogs barking at open windows can be very upsetting for some dogs.
6.3 Stay in your vehicle until the previous users have left the field and have got their dogs into their vehicle.
6.4 Do not enter the field before your allocated time.
6.5 Leave the field promptly at the end of your 50 minute session.
6.6 Keep your dogs on lead until you are in the field.
6.7 If you cannot get your dogs back at the end of your session notify a member of the team on site. Any additional sessions used must be paid for.

7. Children
Children are welcome on the field but must be supervised by an adult at all times. The enrichment areas (logs, straw bales etc.) are designed to be used by dogs and if children are allowed to climb, then they do so at their own risk.