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This seems a rather strange place to take the dog for a walk but, with over 90km of paths to explore, even the most energetic dog will be able to run itself to a standstill.
Plenty of running space for dogs here, with just a few restrictions in the summer at the National Trust end of the beach.
Bamburgh is a fantastic place for dogs, and the dunes and beach behind the castle are wide and spacious enough for the most energetic hound.
Massive beach, with a fringe of pebbles and then acres of sand. Dogs are allowed on the beach all year round. The DwD team were here in August 2017 - and the beach was practically deserted.
Dogs will love the sniffing opportunities here - there seems to be plenty of interesting stuff for them - and it's great dog walking with no stiles or sheep to worry about.
Extensive park and nature reserve near the centre of Leamington Spa. It's popular with dog walkers, and also sports enthusiasts.
Dog friendly beach.
Cullen beach is one of the best beaches in the area - it is long and of fine sand. Dogs can run off lead and it is very safe (no roads near-by).
It looks as if this woodland has been purpose-made for dog walkers! Somewhere in there you might find a dog activity trail (seriously!) with jumps and weaves for canine cavorting.
Surprisingly unknown park in South London, that's in the care of the National Trust. The River Wandle twists through the middle, and is well defended by geese.
Two reminders of the once enormous Forest of Bere. Upperford Copse is doggie delight, with shaded woodland paths and endless opportunites for canine romping.
Perched on the Greensand Ridge, Stockgrove park is partly grassland and partly ancient woodland. It's a nice mix of the two. There's also a lake with some Mandarin ducks in full control.