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A glorious green space with plenty of ground for dogs to romp around. Either walking around the grounds or messing around in the dog play area, there's no better place for a hound to let off steam.
London's 350 acre Hyde Park has plenty of associations with dogs.
Plenty of history in this country park - from pre-Roman times to a former RAF base. Now it's a tranquil spot and popular with local dog walkers.
A tiny slice of ancient woodland, a bit squeezed between Muswell Hill playing fields and St Pancras cemetery - but well worth a visit.
Shingle beach with parkland behind. Dogs allowed on the beach all year round.
If you're staying in La Rochelle this is a locals dog walk to a park that aims to mix the best of English parkland design with the practicalities of the Atlantic climate and strong winds.
Popular and ever so slightly trendy piece of open space with views and fresh air. Ideal for a bit of celeb spotting.
Not the place to be without a poo bag!
A forest walk towards a set of intriguing pre-historic cup and ringed rocks, which can really set the imagination going.
Former farmland which is now a good park for dog walks. Lots of lakes, ponds and woods to wander around in wide, flat, open spaces and an excellent network of paths.
Local park and wildlife area
As well as being a worthy walk in its own right, the forest is also ideal for giving not quite sea dogs a good paw-stretch before getting on the ferry to Lochaline.
Dogs are welcome on all of the beach in winter, and for the central beach area there are designated dog areas between May 1st and September 30th. These are signed and easy to find.