Martha Terry

Martha Terry

Features editor

Martha is an experienced journalist who is mad-keen on dogs of all shapes and sizes. After growing up with assorted liver and white springer spaniels, she enjoyed 14 years with two rescue dogs, one a street dog from Gambia who was abandoned at three weeks old. Now, her constant companion, whether by her feet at her desk or out running through the fields of Berkshire, is Fidget, an extremely energetic and habitually muddy black and white springer. 

Also included in Martha’s menagerie are three rabbits, a hamster, two axolotls and a growing number of tropical fish. An ex-racehorse, Mac, completes the family.

Martha has written on topics as diverse as cloning a top horse, to travelling the world with your dog and the best canine GPS trackers. She is a regular contributor on canine, equestrian and rural matters for a range of publications including Horse & Hound, Country Life, The Field, The Times, The Spectator and The Telegraph.

When Martha isn’t busy writing about dogs and horses, playing with dogs and horses or thinking about dogs and horses, she loves skiing and ultra-running at a very low level.

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