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This was the last canal to be built in Britain except for the Manchester Ship Canal. Originally it was used to transport bricks from the various Slough brickworks.
A lovely place to go with the family and your dogs. It is a much used local walk, so you will meet a lots of other doggie friends, can be very busy at the weekends but quieter during the week.
Enormous park really close to Dublin. Great for clearing the head after a night out and pleasing the dog too!
A glorious dog walk along the river when the sun is shining, and any non-walkers will find lots to see in the town.
Dog-friendly peak district pub, with lots of outdoor space.
Long, clean private beach with plenty of parking and visitor facilities. Dog-friendly all year round.
National Trust owned beach with no restrictions on dogs all year round. The beach is on the coast road between Abbotsbury and Burton Bradstock (the B3157).
Free parking for NT members, otherwise P&D.
Excellent motorway services, accessible from both sides of the road via a linking tunnel.
Small woodland that neighbours the much bigger Blidworth Wood. It's generally quiet here, although there's noise from a nearby shooting school that might upset sensitive dogs.
Large park that was opened as a public space in 1892. Apart from its charm as a really good place to walk the dog, it's full of community life and hosts its own dog shows in the summer.
A secluded Woodland Trust area, where new trees are growing alongside established copses to swell the National Forest project.
A huge expanse of white sand in a glorious setting. Sheep sometimes graze the land behind the beach, so you'll need to be considerate if your dog is likely to worry livestock.