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Short dog walk, with lots to occupy people as well as dogs. The park is a linear park that runs along the valleys of the Goyt and Sett rivers, and has the impressive Torrs Gorge in it.
A gentle stroll to an obelisk celebrating the Duke of Wellington and woodland trails. Perfect for dogs and families.
The Royal Oak has an excellent Tap Room where dogs and their owners can enjoy an open fire, good food and a pint of Hawkshead in considerable comfort!
This is part of the Newry Canal Way, an 18 mile stretch of towpath along a disused canal starting at Portadown and ending up at the sea in Newry.
Dog-friendly pubby pub, with a good understanding of what dog-walkers need after a long walk! The village is postcard perfect too.
Clear paths and facilities make this small forest a dog-walker's delight. It's also a handy stopping point on the way to and from the coast.
A sleepy sort of village near the A303 with a choice of walks and a dog-friendly pub. Just the thing when you and the dog need to take a break.
The Warwickshire landscape here is wonderful, with 100 acres of lush green rolling hills which you are free to walk around.
Great for letting your dog run free along a long wide beach.
The smell of fir trees after rain is a delight for any dog, and most of the time you're likely to have the forest to yourself as it's well off the beaten track.
A great little pub famous for having no bar! You can take your dog for a lovely walk along the canal and pit stop for a fresh cob or pork pie with a refreshing beverage of choice.
The woodland here is a real pleasure to walk through with the dog, shady in sunshine, and with a dappled glow on duller days.