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This was the last canal to be built in Britain except for the Manchester Ship Canal. Originally it was used to transport bricks from the various Slough brickworks.
A glorious estate overlooking the Firth of Clyde, this is the home of the Clan MacMillan. With marvellous grounds, long established woods and a stream to explore, this is a paradise for dogs.
Vast beach that's very popular with local dogwalkers - especially as nearby Troon beach has a dog ban from May to September.
Beautiful beach, river walk and also cycle path nearby.
Small, friendly collection of shops and a cafe. Dogs are welcome in most of the shops and you'll find some quirky and interesting pieces, ideal for gifts or just to spoil yourself.
My Daily walking place along a path by the beach Lots of Doggy People, Lovely Views Suitable Path for Wheelchairs
Dogs allowed at this small, sandy beach set in a bay. It's a large harbour, sheltered by high cliffs.
Anyone with the tiniest interest in aquatics will find something to love in this extraordinary 'water garden' - where you can wander around the lake on stylised walkways.
No stiles, no hills and no map needed for this dog walk on a reclaimed railway line, once part of the North Staffs branch line. It's a varied and scenic route, and lovely on a quiet day.
Several walk trails start in the car park and are a great start to exploring the enormous forests of Moray and Aberdeenshire.
Lovely lung of green in the middle of the city, and very close to the cathedral, shops and restaurants.
Southwold beach has summer restrictions for dogs, so head instead for te dog-friendly Southwold Denes - north of the main beach.