Why owning a pet is good for your wellbeing.
According to the information in the PDSA Animal Wellbeing (PAW) Report, we certainly like our pets with approximately 50% of the UK population owning one. The report focused mainly on dogs, cats and rabbits.
- 26% owned a dog
- 24% owned a cat
- 2% owned rabbits
Sharing your home with a furry friend not only helps to combat loneliness and stress, it also helps reduce the risk of heart disease. The findings suggested that owning a dog in particular, encourages people to be more active as every dog needs to be walked, thus helping to reduce high blood pressure, reduce cholesterol levels (as per the American Heart Association scientific statement, May 2013) as well as dog owners achieving the daily number of steps (or more) as recommended by the government.
Having a four legged loyal, waggy tail friend to welcome you on return from work is enough to lift your spirits. Dogs are quite amazing animals in so much as that they can help in a variety of situations, from being a companion, to a guide dog, a hearing dog, or a therapy pet. All the more reason to treat them to a wee holiday too!
Here at ClickBookStay we recognize how much dogs are part of the family, which is why we have a few pet-friendly self-catering holiday rentals that will happily welcome you and your furbaby!
The following properties are pet-friendly; Kinross Residence, Locherlour Mill Cottage, The Lookout, the Corner House, Stoney Creek Cottage, The Beach Hut, Couthie Cottage, Sealsbank Cottage, Tay Views, Bakerswell House, Fullarton Courtyard and Gulabin House to name a few.
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At Click Book Stay, we care about your wellbeing and want to help you find your happy!
We look after a number of self-catering properties aross Scotland and N.Ireland and can help you book accommodation for your next trip. We are independent, knowledgeable, and have over 20 years experience within the Tourism Industry, so you know you're getting the best advice and the best price too!
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