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Dogs have a heavenly time in the absolutely enormous forest here. It's quite close to the A22 and makes a perfect place to stop for a relaxing walk with the dog.
Fabulous woodland walking with the dog amongst trees shaped into fantastic yoga poses by wind and erosion.
A small part of a much larger forest, this is just fine for a dog walk to pep up the pooch and give your own legs a stretch too.
In his book "Rural Rides", William Cobbett was not a fan of the Forest. Happily, it is the opinion of dogs that matters and they will have a marvellous romp through the trees and heathland.
Tucked away in the Surrey Hills, these woodlands are calming and inspirational. Charles Darwin often walked past these trees although whether he had a dog or not is open to question.
Circular walk around the water, with more ups and downs than you might expect. Also popular for bird watching.
The countryside shows off rural England at its most gentle. The pub is also charming and a great place for a meal after a pleasant walk.
A treat of a pub on the A27. This is a former coaching inn and welcomes well-behaved dogs. The atmosphere is welcoming and the walk is safe and quiet.
A doggy delight close to the South Downs. A pub so good that it was moved from its original position to make room for a railway line and rebuilt brick by brick.
A village that will be very familiar to fans of Midsomer Murders and Foyle's War. It is a really pretty place and the pub is very friendly and welcomes dogs.
Top end lunch in the classic car capital, and a lovely river walk with the pooch. More of a day out than a doggiestop, and very good for the spirits it is too.
Always nice to take a doggiestop in a pretty small town with a dog-friendly pub, easy parking and some interesting independent shops. Well worth exploring.