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Irvine beach is far away from the road so is the ideal place to let your dog off of the lead. Horses are often there plus lots of doggy walkers.
Vast area of open common and wooded area, also ponds at one end for the water lovers. Bridleways cross the common, popular with locals.
A welcome dog walking forest on an island that's not keen on sharing its beaches with visitors with dogs. Please be super-careful to pick up dog mess, and dispose of it in a bin.
Iconic hills where Sir Edward Elgar strode, and early Britons built their homes. There are many routes onto the hills and a number of P&D car parks.
You will find park, beach, and woodland for a great dog walk.
Thwaites pub with dining. Very dog friendly; treats on the bar and water bowls available.
Very popular with local dog owners, this nature reserve seems to enjoy its own micro-climate. The paths are sandy and easy-going all year round (even in heavy rain when we took the photos).
Small, beautiful location in the Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
Big thatched dog-friendly pub with a welcoming woodburner in winter, and a huge garden for warmer days.
Part of a bird sanctuary called Barons Haugh. There is a Japanese garden and it also has the oldest living thing in Lanarkshire - the Covenanters Oak, which is 800 years old.
A choice of walks here, one with full wheelchair access along the Viking Way.
Safe and attractive country park for a dog walk. It's also right in the middle of a number of main roads, and a useful doggiestop for desperate pooches.