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Extensive walks either along the Garry or up on forestry tracks to Collie Gleann Loagh and into the Glen Garry forest.
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.
Quieter side of the very popular Bradgate Park, and very popular with local dog walkers on weekday mornings in school term time.
A black-and-white timbered Tudor pub set in a tiny village will give you a taste of the 'full rustic'.
Pleasant Oxfordshire pub and just a short walk away from a nature reserve and dog walk. This is also a good walk for kids with an interest in nature and geology.
Dogtastic walkies beside the river, and through exquisitely scented woodland to get there. A doggie delight of a place to take a break near Knaresborough.
This handsome 16th century coaching inn is a bit of an understated gem, and the village too has some breathtakingly picturesque moments when you don't expect them.
Historic town with a fine riverside dog walk and picnic spots. A popular tourist destination and better in school term-time if you're short of time. Definitely worth a visit though.
An excellent dog walk along the ancient coastline and then the chance to enjoy the warmth and companiable atmosphere of a stylish rustic pub.
Outstanding riverside stroll on a clear path through this secluded nature reserve. A really lovely spot for a picnic, and a gently flowing river to delight the hearts of labs and spaniels.
This is a great outing for families, dogs and it's fully accessible. The dog-friendly pub is pawfectly placed near a 300 acre playground for city pooches.
One of Jem's top swimming spots and pubs in the White Peak. The short walk is perfect for working up an appetite and is a very easy route to follow.