Empathy, the ability to put yourself into someone else’s shoes, is one of the things that makes us human. It lets us know how others feel. It can make you cry. But what would it be like, I hear you say, to put yourself into somebody else’s PAWS?
Good question. That’s exactly what the BMC access team has done to bring us to a better understanding of the behaviour of dogs at the crag.
Whether you are wondering where your sandwiches have got to, scraping some brown off your climbing shoe or a mother grouse, wondering why your brood seems to be missing a chick, then here is the latest BMC film that will give you an insight into a doggie’s mind. It’s already proved very popular. If you haven’t already seen it, then check this out.
Find out more:
Doggie dos and don’ts
Taking care around cows
Hill skills: How to take your dog walking
Specialist advice about dogs on moorland is available on www.pawsonthemoors.org
The Countryside Code applies to all parts of the countryside. Most of it is just good common sense, designed to help us all to respect, protect and enjoy our countryside.
Read the Countryside Code
Watch our amusing video here on BMC TV
As the climbing walls, crags and mountains start to open, we wanted to say thanks to every BMC member who supported us through the Coronavirus crisis.
From weekly Facebook Lives and GB Climbing home training videos, to our access team working to re-open the crags and fight for your mountain access, we couldn’t have made it without you.
If you liked what we did, then tell your friends about us: www.thebmc.co.uk/join
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