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Start with a bound with the hound in the forest, and then a dog-friendly pub is a 2-minute drive away. Or bring a picnic and tarry a while in a woodland glade.
Sixteenth century inn full of historic charm, and dog-friendly. If ancient low ceilings make you wince, the clever people here have raised the ceiling to give everyone head-space.
We just love a pub that has a quote that perfectly describes the ethos of Driving with Dogs: "Slow down and enjoy life, it's not only the scenery you miss by going too fast - you also miss the sense...
Popular village dining pub, and a walk that'll help boost your appetite for some very good food. Can get very busy at weekends.
Stylish country dog-friendly pub with an accessible hard-surface dog walk.
Tiny village with an enormous village green, dog-friendly pub and some excellent walking.
Handy doggiestop off the A272 with afternoon refreshments at a National Trust cafe, or lunch in a dog-friendly and stylish village pub.
Much more than a doggiestop, you can walk the dog's socks off here! And a fine country pub to recover in.
Small village, steeped in history and with a dog-friendly coaching inn and short dog walk.
Big-hearted 17th century pub with loads of parking and a welcome to match. The scatter cushions and kilims give the spotless interior a faintly bohemian touch.
If you're in the area and keen to see the 'end' of the island a potter around a lighthouse is always a delight. You'll find several historic lighthouses here at varying distances from the sea.
Rural small pub with a peaceful feel and a very pleasant beer garden. A good summer stop just a few miles from the A35 near Dorchester.