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This locals' pub has bags of character, and is clearly the social centre of the village. 'Authentic' some would say! Very Marmite, dogs and children welcome.
Popular park for local dog walkers, with plenty of space to tire out small-medium sized dogs. More energetic hounds will need chukkers and frizbees to burn the calories though.
Friendly pub and quite handy for refreshments after a bracing stroll at Burton Dassett. Many locals would probably call their pub the heart of the village.
Stroll with the dog over the Northumberland hills and see an exceptional ruined castle looming over the seascape. Good bracing air is guaranteed on this hilltop walk.
There's a choice of starting upstream or downstream for this stress-busting walk alongside the River Trent. Easy to get to from the A453
Dogs are welcome on the East part of the beach, although dog owners definitely get that 'second class citizen' feeling here.
Park dog walk over reclaimed industrial land. It makes a good doggiestop near Stoke and there's more to the park than you might expect.
A great place for family exploring, with a proper dog walk.
A quiet friendly pub where dogs reign supreme as long as they are well behaved
Remote but impressive sandy beach where dogs are allowed all year round.
Fabulous woodland walkies near the Clyde estuary.
This is a fantastic dog walk in Midlothian, and a very useful stopping place off the A7. Very straightforward and best if you take snacks with you.