AN unusual new development has been proposed in the Vale and it's now calling for your view on the plans.

Outdoor dog day-care centre Dog Adventure Land is looking for its first official site as it sets to repurpose land in Rhoose.

The company, which specialise in a natural, stress-free, exciting and adventurous activity centre for dogs, is looking to build its first permanent base, which would allow it to offer boarding services.

Owner of Dog Adventure Land, Sean Mayor says the site could create 15 to 20 jobs.

The site being considered is Port Road, Rhoose, currently an agricultural small holding.

New site plans include a shop for dog accessories and merchandise.

Barry And District News: Plans for doggy centre to be built in Rhoose (red box)Plans for doggy centre to be built in Rhoose (red box) (Image: Supplied)

Barry And District News: The centre could be build along Port Road (red line)The centre could be build along Port Road (red line) (Image: Google Maps)

Sean Mayor, owner of Dog Adventure Land, said demand for their services is high.

“We are extremely excited to be submitting plans to provide dogs in the local area with all the support they need to thrive from just one site,” said Mr Mayor.

“We have really seen the demand for our services increase in the past couple of years so expanding our offering means we can deliver the care, training and expertise required as well as supporting job growth within the local community.

“The new site will create an additional 15 to 20 jobs within the Vale of Glamorgan, providing opportunities for the team to be trained in specialist areas such as dog grooming as well as allow us to cater for up to 120 dogs per day across all of our services.”

See more of what Dog Adventure Land do, below.

With over 10 years of working as canine carers, Dog Adventure Land was set up to enable dogs to be dogs in a natural environment, however they have never had a permanent base, with this the first step to realising the business' dream.

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Have your say on the new development by, August 2, emailing