I love the fact that there are dog pools, what a great idea! The Trentham gardens seem like a nice place to visit. But I’m really glad we did, because it’s a great place to explore with a baby and dogs, especially in a sunny climate! There are many hiking trails, well-kept gardens, a shopping centre, a children’s playground and even an open-air concert space. Trentham gardens seem like a wonderful place to visit with children and dogs. I love to find places like this. Hopefully the heat wave is behind us, but who knows? Although the hot weather is pleasant for most people, it makes a mother particularly stressful for a new baby and for dogs. Remember, if you find it too hot, it’s probably your dog, too; be sure to burn their legs and overheat what they can do quickly. When we left the compound, the dog shop also had a small dog pool, which we really enjoyed! Tip: Dogs don’t sweat much, so be careful with your wheezing and remember to carry a cooling mat so they can lie on it. If you’re looking for a dog destination, Trentham Gardens is the place for you! First of all, dogs are welcome in the restaurant’s many cafes. Well, there is a park near where we live, but I would also like to have another place where my dogs can walk or play, especially the dog pools. We packed extra food in case Jude was thirsty and “kept” her completely in the shade by covering our stroller and lightly covering her feet with a muslin blanket. I thought I’d mention the gluten-free and dairy-free options in Trentham’s garden; if you’re thinking of visiting. As we talked about safe summer trips, I thought I had shared some things that helped Jude get through the heat. I love finding places to take my dog with me! I have a German Shepherd dog and it’s pretty big, so sometimes it can be hard to take it anywhere, but this garden sounds good, so someday I’ll try to get there with it. Keep the blankets and covers really light – a huge muslin or thin bamboo blanket keeps things breathable and prevents overheating.