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Dog walking places in Ireland
Very remote, and on part of the Wicklow Way route.
A glorious pub with real fires, a fantastically friendly atmosphere and wonderful food too.
Country park with no sheep, stiles or steep hills. Pleasant family atmosphere, and ideal for gentle ambling.
The ponds are reservoirs for topping up the canals.
A fabulous dog walk on the Cotswolds Way for people and dogs, and then a fine inn to return to. The walk has no stiles or livestock.
Small sandy beach, one of few on the eastern part of the Solway Firth. Very picturesque and nice coastal paths.
This is the newest of the country parks in this corner of Wales, and has been formed from three collieries and what was once the highest coal tip in Europe.
Excellent although pebble beach, goes on for miles, dogs are more than welcome all year, my 2 loved it for their first seaside experience.
Grassington has long been the honeypot for tourism in this part of the Yorkshire Dales, and dog-friendly pubs, shops and tea-rooms abound. Best visited out of season!
Dog walk with plenty of fresh air, especially if you go up to the Beacon and trig point at the top.
Cudworth Common has been reclaimed from former colliery workings, to become a local dog walkers' favourite. There's a small lake, and paths through the rapidly growing woodland.
This short walk is scented with a variety of odours to delight doggy noses. The reed beds have a practical purpose, and also won the Coal Board some awards.
Delightful dog walk in a secluded nature reserve with a paw-friendly mix of grass and cinder paths.