Although dogs are banned on the biggest beaches in St Ives until October, there are designated dog friendlies year round. St Ives is always teaming with people and their dogs so it's a great place to socialise.
One of the best views
The approach from Carbis Bay
St Ives was having a festival on Saturday 'A September Celebration of Arts and Music' Snoz loved this harp
Not dog friendly at the moment but we sat on the promenade here overlooking the beach (until Snoz got upset because she wanted to dig and paddle so we moved on)
The dog friendly beach around the corner; Bamaluz.
It's a little bit of a climb
There are rough steps cut into the stone face, a great place to sit and catch some rays
Snoz was happy to sit and look down on the other dogs. Queen of Shiba!
It's not clear in this photo but a seal was swimming back and forth. Snoz was too scared to go and say hi!
Part of the festival, bag pipe players doing their version of Amazing Grace. Snoz was surprisingly unfazed.
We met a lot of dogs yesterday. We still have problems with Springer Spangles, for some reason they always try to attack her, maybe they think she's a fox? Snoz likes other Spitz's most of all. We witnessed a Rotweiller have a run in with a little Jack Russel which was a little upsetting but aside from that all socialisations of a dog nature were positive (and luckily Snoz didn't notice the fight).