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Grassington has long been the honeypot for tourism in this part of the Yorkshire Dales, and dog-friendly pubs, shops and tea-rooms abound. Best visited out of season!
The Capital Ring footpath goes through this 100 hectare country park. It's not over-manicured and is popular with dog owners.
Miles and miles of sandy beach for dogs to run free and enjoy.
A delightful and well-run park, with on-lead dogs welcome in the formal gardens and rougher ground for off-lead romping.
On the early summer morning we visited this luscious park there was no one else around, and the birds were chorusing loudly in the woods.
Halfway between Scarborough and Whitby, this is a useful stopping point for hot dogs. Take refreshments and dog water with you - there are no facilities.
At Mow Cop, the folly gives you 360-degree views of the Staffordshire moorlands and the Cheshire Plain. The dogs love it here.
Easy walk along canal towpath
Good flat track on old railway line, then public footpaths, bridleways and roadside pavement.following the Yar estuary from Yarmouth to Freshwater old village circular route - 3.8 miles.
A large local park on the Thames Estuary overlooked by the remains of an old castle. This is an ideal place for dog walking and the views across the estuary are superb.
A big, flat, open space where Henry IV (England) beat Henry 'Hotspur' Percy (Northumberland Rebels) away at Shrewsbury. The final score was England 5000 casualties, Rebels 10,000 all out.
A beautiful parkland on the outskirts of Norwich, and a popular destination for local dog owners. There's plenty of walking to be done, whether you prefer the waterside or hilly walks in woodlands.