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A small community woodland that's just a short hop away from the A96 and easy to find. Desperate dogs will be grateful for a pitstop here.
A chance to take a good look at a really impressive flight of locks and walk the dog too. The town is attractive and you'll find a number of dog-friendly cafes.
This atmospheric ancient site is lovely for a short visit with the dog. Many people will recognise the burial cairns from the Outlander series.
Woodland dog walks in part of the area covered by the Battle of Culloden. Now it's a residential area and quite calm.
A woodland dog walk close to the town of Newton Stewart, and lovely for a picnic on a warm day.
A fine dog walk, possibly in the steps of notable moon walker Neil Armstrong who became a freeman of Langholm in 1972. He may even have walked on this path when he visited.
Everything for dogs to love here, with endless space and paths. Getting there seems to take for ages but it's definitely worth it if you have dogs or kids who really need to let off steam.
Suddenly, in the middle of literally nowhere, here's a hive of activity for families, dogs and everyone. Terrific atmosphere, plenty of facilities and lots to do.
Local volunteers have created an extraordinary walk and canal restoration here. The Whitchurch arm of the canal has been cleared out and turned into a waterside country park.
One of the few safe places to get off the busy road and walk the dog, as well as public toilets and a small shop for snacks, hot drinks and ice-cream.
An easy access dog walk through a deep and protected dale with a pretty stream flowing beside the path. Lovely for dogs and also good for younger children.
Really pretty dog walking spot, with a broad path beside the river and small doggie beaches along the way.