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A glorious 500 acres of dog walking in this country park - formerly a private estate.
An enormous sandy and dog-friendly beach that stretches for miles and miles to St Bees Head.
A lovely stroll along the banks of the River Trent.
This enclosed woodland is dogs' delight for local pooches, as it seems to be completely secure and fenced - ideal for lurchers and sight-hounds.
Simple and friendly Peak District pub with walkers and dogs getting a warm welcome.
You would never know that this forest land had been created over the remains of a disused railway line and coal mine, and it's now a popular leisure spot for dogs and walkers.
This is part of the National Forest and it is a splendid place for a dog walk. Numerous paths lead through the trees, the ones further from the road dating back to the Doomsday Book.
This is the first section of the 18 mile Newry Canal Way which runs from Portadown to Newry. The canal is no longer in use, and the towpath is now a leisure route.
Mile long sandy and dog-friendly beach set behind houses on breakwater at Marina.
Enough walks here on the famous Long Myndd to keep an active dog going for months! ...
Golders Hill Park is a kind of add-on its better known Hampstead Heath. It was created into a park after WW2 on the site of a large house and garden that had previously occupied the space.
This is a more people-centred walk than usual, as Warwick is such a big tourist attraction.