Dogs Trust: A Dog's Life Garden

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As Dogs Trust celebrates its 125th anniversary, this garden marks the charity’s commitment to finding new, loving owners for thousands of homeless dogs every year.

This garden offers a semi-formal contemporary space for both people and dogs to enjoy. Subtle dog-friendly features, including tunnels and sniffer tracks, have been playfully woven into the herbaceous borders and planting for four-legged visitors to seek out. A cosy pavilion retreat rests at one end of the garden enabling dogs to survey the landscape with their human guests.

Lively sculptures capture the character of dogs, whilst the stillness of the large water feature represents the abandonment faced by stray dogs. The garden’s diverse planting provides a sensory experience accented in yellow to reflect the colour of Dogs Trust’s brand.


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The Royal Horticultural Society is the UK’s leading gardening charity. We aim to enrich everyone’s life through plants, and make the UK a greener and more beautiful place.