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As a dog walking destination this isn't always perfect, but if you are trying to juggle the demands and interests of friends and family there is a lot here to occupy everyone happily, not least the...
Wonderful dog walk in the Cuckmere valley, and a popular 17th century dog-friendly pub at the start. Incredible as it may seem, this tiny hamlet was home to a Mr and Mrs Prince of Wales.
A simple linear dog walk on a track with hedgerows bursting with wildlife and wild flowers.
This is part of the National Forest - and it's been regenerated from a former coal mining site so the trees have still got a bit of growing to do.
This is such is a useful stop, especially if you have children on board too as there is plenty to occupy youngsters as well as dogs. And the cafe is a gem.
This is the pub immortalised in 'Three Men in a Boat', and every well-read dog will want to pay respects to one of the famous fox terrier Montmorency's haunts. It's a great pub and well worth a visit.
Allow plenty of time for exciting walkies here. There are a number of well-signed dog walk routes, one with dog-swimming. Wheelchair users are well catered for, and facilities are excellent.
A dog walk in the footsteps of the Romans.
Proof that kerb-appeal isn't everything. This is a dog-friendly railway pub with great food, slick service and a massively positive vibe. You wouldn't guess that from the outside in a million years.
Dog walk and dog-friendly pub in a pretty village on the Cuckmere river.
Magical place to take a break, un-wind and enjoy a stroll by the river with the dog.
A visit to this lovely old coaching inn feels like you've walked onto the set of Midsomer Murders - in a good way. And dogs will appreciate the scamper space on the walk here.