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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).
Beautiful, traditional pub, on the outskirts of Sidmouth. Lovely carvery served lunchtimes and evenings every day. Dogs are allowed in the bar area. Plenty of room if you want to eat.
Long beach about 2 miles long.
A quiet corner of Sherwood Forest that is well worth exploring. Lots of fine sniffing for dogs.
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.
One of the Canal and River Trust's set of walks along the towpath of the Pocklington Canal. Volunteers have done an amazing job of cleaning the canal up, and it's well worth a visit.
This is doggy dashing paradise on a section of the Pennine Way long distance footpath. Despite the lack of facilities for drivers, for active dogs this really is as good as it gets.
National Trust owned Calke Abbey is a great place to walk the dogs. Easy access and Wheelchair friendly walks.
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.
Sanders Park is a lovely green space within Bromsgrove town. It's a real old-school municipal park, complete with bandstand, ducks and well-tended rose beds.
A lovely place to walk the dogs and Children. Large open field and walks arround the parkland. Food is available inside the main house.