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Gansey is a sandy and dog-friendly beach to the east of Port-St-Mary.
Small picturesque and dog-friendly beach with a reconstructed 'jellybaby' house at one end.
Lovely country pub, good food and friendly - water and chicken for the mutts
A large almost totally enclosed area right next to J1 of the M32. At the top of the hill (on the Western side) is a lightly wooded area with good trails. There is plenty of space for dogs to run here!
The route circumnavigates the lake with lovely views across and along it, and sailing dinghys making a beautiful tranquil picture.
Dog-friendly and sandy beach on the small 'island' of Inchydoney, close to Clonakilty. You can drive there, it's not a proper island.
As well as a top class picnic stop, there's access to Loch Tay as well as the Drummond Hill in the Tay Forest on the other side of the road. Great for dogs.
Pretty litle market town with a square to sit and enjoy a coffee and watch the world wake up, and then a pleasant stroll along the promenade with the dog.
A welcoming Dog friendly environment situated five minutes drive from Matlock Bath in the heart of Derbyshire and at the end of High Peak trail walk and near Carsington waters.
Doe Bank is a small wood and playing fields, and alongside the park there is a large field that the land owner doesn't mind responsible dog walkers using.
Dog walk delight in this woodland, which was once part of an ancient hunting forest. Now it's run by the Forestry Commision and there are quite a few marked trails to follow.
Dog walking places in Ireland
Fairly short and often bracing walk with the dog above Dublin - on a fine day there are big views, and plenty to see.