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Information, Reminders and Warnings
We would be very grateful if you would read the
following guidelines:
• Aggressive, over-boisterous or nervous dogs should be
kept under close control or on a lead, and muzzled if
necessary.
• Dogs must have a collar or harness and a valid ID tag
and should be kept on a lead in the car park area. Offlead exercise will be encouraged on the walk and dogs
should wear a bandana (provided free of charge, so we
can identify our group of dogs).
• Bitches in season should wait until a month later before
joining our walk, otherwise the boys can become a bit
leery and cause trouble!
• We shall meet other walkers, dogs and cyclists on this
walk – please be prepared to put your dog back on the
lead temporarily if necessary – there may be quite a
few dogs in our group that some people may find
intimidating and we are doing our best to promote the
Rescue organisation.
• Please note that participation is entirely at your own
risk.
• We strongly recommend that you take out pet
insurance in case of any accident or injury.
• We advise microchipping as a safeguard in case anyone
goes missing.
• The walk venues are home to foxes that may transmit
mange - we advise using a vet-recommended
treatment to prevent fleas, mange and other parasites.
• Rodent life is prevalent and the walks may pass lakes;
this combination increases the risk of Weil’s disease.
Puppy and adult dog vaccinations will protect against
Weil’s disease.
Information about, and photos from the walks are posted on
the Large Breed Dog Rescue website forum:
http://lbdr.usersboard.com/f4-news-events;
navigate to the appropriate walk

Large Breed Dog Rescue

2012 Walk Calendar
15th Jan

Mote Park

19th Feb

Jeskyns

18th Mar

Mote Park

10:00 am

22nd Apr

Capstone

10:00 am

20th May

Mote Park

2:00 pm

17th Jun

Jeskyns

2:00 pm

15th Jul

Mote Park

10:00 am

12th Aug

Capstone

2:00 pm

16th Sep

Mote Park

2:00 pm

14th Oct

Jeskyns

11th Nov

Capstone

2:00 pm

9th Dec

Mote Park

10:00 am

10:00 am

Large Breed Dog Rescue

2:00 pm

10:00 am

For further information about the walks, please
visit the Large Breed Dog Rescue forum:
http://lbdr.usersboard.com/f4-news-events
or email: LBDR_walks@btinternet.com

KENT WALKS 2012
Fund-Raising Dog Walks
(Suggested donation: £2 per dog)
Join our walks and help another dog
by raising funds for the
Large Breed Dog Rescue
Dogs of all shapes and sizes are very
welcome
The walks last about one hour and
take place at
Mote Park, Maidstone,
Jeskyns Country Park, Cobham and
Capstone Country Park, Gillingham
We look forward to seeing you there!

Large Breed Dog Rescue
For general contact regarding large breed dog rescue,
please email: LBDR@rescueteam.com
or visit: www.largebreeddogrescue.com

Kent Walks 2012

How to Get There

MOTE PARK, MAIDSTONE

JESKYNS COUNTRY PARK, COBHAM

CAPSTONE COUNTRY PARK, GILLINGHAM

School Lane Entrance, South Side
Nearest Postcode ME15 8DU

Henhurst Road
Nearest Postcode DA12 3AN

Capstone Road (next to Ski Centre)
Nearest Postcode ME7 3JH

Orange arrow shows the meeting point
Turn west off Willington Street into School Lane and the
car park is a short distance along on the right.
Suitable for powered wheelchairs and mobility scooters
during the summer months, when not muddy, though
there is some uneven ground.

Orange arrow shows the meeting point
Turn off the A2 at Gravesend (E) / Sole Street.
Follow signs to Cobham / Sole Street
Jeskyns is a short distance along Henhurst Road
on the left.
Suitable for disabled

Orange arrow shows the meeting point
NB: There are two car parks for Capstone Country Park.
We meet in the car park round the back of the Ski
Centre. The car park is accessed adjacent to and to the
south of the Ski Centre.
Not suitable for disabled


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