Company will pay you £500 to spend the day surrounded by golden retrievers
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The popular breed are known for being extremely friendly, playful and loving, but unfortunately not everyone is able to own one.
With their welcoming smiles, silky golden coats and affectionate demeanours, it’s no surprise that golden retrievers have lots of fans.
Fear not, because the leading dog-friendly letting specialists Canine Cottages has launched an exciting competition allowing one person and a plus one the chance to have the ultimate dog experience.
One lucky winner will receive two tickets to the Golden Retriever Experience in Somerset plus a £500 voucher to stay in one of the nearby Canine Cottages properties.
There, you and a friend or loved one can enjoy an afternoon in the company of adorable golden retrievers, before spending the rest of the day in a stunning cottage in the countryside.
To be in with a chance of winning, all you have to do is find the golden retriever among the other dog breeds in the brain teaser below and head to this page to submit your answer.
The competition closes Sunday 4th September at 11:59 PM, and winners will have until the end of October 2022 to attend the experience.
And on top of that, you will also receive £100 to go towards your travel.
Once the competition closes, Canine Cottages will draw a winner from the correct responses at random who will win the exciting prize, to be redeemed by the 31st of October.
A spokesperson at Canine Cottages says: "We know that the UK is truly a nation of dog lovers and we wanted to run this competition to truly make someone’s day with the Golden Retriever Experience!
"Plus, winners will also receive a £500 accommodation voucher to really make the most of the experience. Good luck to all who enter!"
The winner must be a UK resident. Full terms and conditions can be read here.
In other news, one reason why so many dog lovers are unable to have furry friends like golden retrievers in their homes is because landlords often ban them from their properties.
However, earlier this year, it was revealed that tenants will soon have the legal right to keep pets in their rented homes.
The government's Renters Reform Bill, which was published in June, means landlords will have to consider requests to allow pets.
In 2021, only seven percent of private landlords advertised pet friendly properties, the government reported.
You can read more about the change here.