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Popular and busy village 'local' with paths and a village green for a dog to have a bounce and snuffle. The village is just off the Fosse Way (A429).
An historic village with several dog-friendly pubs, small shops and tea shops, and an easy walk down to the coast and the S.W. Coast path.
Good for family outings as well as walking the dog, there's plenty to do and see at this man-made lake and dam.
Woodland Trust look after this remaining fragment of the old Feckenham hunting forest. The trails are easy to follow and well looked after.
No restrictions for dogs at Row Cove, and there's also the option of walkies along the SW coastal path, or a potter in the woodland behind the beach.
Take a dog walk along the most beautiful shores of Loch Melfort or stroll up into the hills to take in the view of the Loch from above.
Lovely sandy blue-flag beach where dogs are allowed all year. They do have to be on leads.
The most dog-friendly pub you've ever seen! Suzi goes nuts for the Gourmet Porkies - so you need to do a good walk before coming here and free up some canine calories. And it's lovely for people too.
Lovely walk along the sand bank to the black rocks - takes 60 to 90 minutes. But check the tide times.
Handy dog-friendly pub for dog walks in nearby White Horse country park, and longer treks across the Downs.
Stunning country inn, with the kind of style that only comes with 500 years or so of welcoming strangers.
Country park with plenty of wildlife interest, lake and marshy swamps. Jem loved it here, and there are lots of people with dogs.