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Dogs are welcome at Clonque beach all year round with no restrictions.
An alternative to motorway services, and somewhere useful to know about in case there's a serious delay on the motorway.
Dog walks in Ireland
This used to be a deer park where nobles could hunt, now it's open to all.
This is a relatively new woodland and lake, and whilst the trees are not yet fully grown, there's plenty of them, and they're pretty tall.
A sandy and well tended beach, dogs are allowed on the beach all year but have to be on leads.
Forestry Commission hill and woodland with several marked trails and easy walking for families.
Easy-going dog walk around the reservoir, with views over to the moors beyond. Accessible path.
The north-east tip of the island is great for dogs, with long sand/shingle beaches and a coastal path that runs over the firm sand.
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.
This should be such a lovely forest walk for families and dogs to enjoy. But it's hard to say much positive about a walk here because of the number of dog poo bags littering the paths.
Popular dog walking park, and near the A12 if you want to give Fido a quick break before heading into London. There's a lot of sporty stuff going on here, but still space for a good dog walk.
Interesting on-lead walk around Albert Dock, and then the chance to carry on alongside the Mersey