Adopt a Rescue Dog

Missy and Forest would both like to move from their current home in Battersea. Could you offer either of these energetic dogs a home in the country?

Adopt a Rescue Dog

Tonto and Holly would both like to move from their current home in Battersea. Could you offer either of these energetic dogs a home in the country?

Adopt a Rescue Dog

Scruffy and Blaze would both like to move from their current home in Battersea. Could you offer either of these energetic dogs a home in the country?

Adopt a Rescue Dog

Titch and Pinkerton both have a penchant for open spaces and fresh air. Could you offer either of these energetic dogs a home in the country?

Adopt a Rescue Dog

Flo and Tessa both have a penchant for open spaces and fresh air. Could you offer either of these energetic dogs a home in the country?

Adopt a Rescue Dog

Little Sam and Kuma both have a penchant for open spaces and fresh air. Could you offer either of these energetic dogs a home in the country?

Adopt a Rescue Dog

Flash and Forest are looking to leave Battersea and take up residence in the country. Can you help?

Hunting on the Continent

Results of a nationwide equestrian survey show more people are hunting than ever before, although less are keeping horses purely for hunting.

Who Are the Real Top Dogs?

What do real dog owners want? Sandy Mitchell sniffs out the winners and losers in the categories we really care about.

Town to Country Dogs

Fay and Snoops would both rather live in the countryside, although they are currently residing in Battersea. Can you help?

Best Dog Breeds

Is your dog the most loveable of them all? asks COUNTRY LIFE

Hunting in France

Hunting across the Channel is provoking an increasing amount of interest from the English but the intricacies of French hunting are decidedly foreign

Demise of the Hound

A Pembrokeshire hunt master has succeeded in improving the gene pools of France's weakening gascony hound but now hunting banned in England, can France save our treasured packs?

The True Home of Tennis

Contrary to popular belief, the oldest lawn tennis courts in the country are not in Wimbledon but in Warwickshire, says Anna Tyzack.

Landowners beware the blame culture

The laws are improving, but occupiers should still keep their properties in order, lest they fall foul of the blame game, roger field advises

British Accents

A look at a fascinating new website from the British Library which brings together sound recordings of hundreds of regional accents from England and Wales.