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Popular woodland with forest trails that are easy to follow, and great for dogs.
The monument to Master McGrath that you pass on the way celebrates a famous greyhound who was born here in the woods.
Junction 33 Balaruc-le-Vieux
A popular spa resort, this small town is surprisingly good for dogs. The beach at the casino end of the town is far from crowded and we saw several dogs taking to the water here.
After it's been raining, this is a glorious walk through conifers exuding that fabulous scent of damp pine. And the River Finn is just below you - gurgling away happily.
Award winning inn, and a marvellously hospitable destination after a long walk with the dogs over the beaches and marshland of the Norfolk coast.
Relaxed and friendly pub/restaurant with seafood and oysters the speciality. Dogs and kids welcomed in a spirit of continental sanity.
Flagmount's quite a popular place for traditional pursuits - and the lake has a gorgeous white sandy beach.
There's a choice of walks, and on a good day a potter by the lake is just great.
Fantastically beautiful place, and good for dogs too. Take a picnic and enjoy the sights and sounds of nature around the lake.
Mulroy Bay is lovely.
You'll find a bit of history on the dog walk here. It goes from a proper pubby pub to the remains of a once important Roman town and back. Who'd have thought it?
Dogs will love it here and there's also plenty for people to do, with a helpful visitor centre to help you decide what to see.
Right on the Grand Union canal this little pub is ideal for a mid-walkies stop from the towpath.
Glorious heathland on the Norfolk/Suffolk border. The River Ouse is nearby, and this is a great place for short or long walks.
Great summer dog walk, with the chance to sup a cool beer afterwards and watch some village cricket.