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Interesting dog walk on the Forth and Clyde canal.
An easily accessible part of Kesteven Forest, with a mix of hard surface and narrow paths which make family walks with the dog a pleasure.
One of the Canal and River Trust's set of dog walks along canals. This is the Stratford canal, a lovely rural waterway with glorious wildflowers along most of the canal bank.
Dogs preferring a quiet stroll without too much canine socialising will appreciate these woods - especially on busy weekend days when better known woodlands are packed out.
Brilliant place for a wander with the dog, and nature spotters will find a surprising variety of wildlife to get excited about.
Once part of the much larger Biddulph Grange Estate, there's now 73 acres of prime dog walking with woodland, a lake and big open spaces.
A former colliery site which has been transformed into an attractive woodland and dog walk. There's a fine network of paths with great views from the top of the hill.
Country park, with lots of different scents and sniffing for dogs. The River Irwell runs through the park. It's interesting for people too - with industrial heritage to look at, and sculptures too.
Dog-friendly inn on the Isle of Skye - said to be the oldest establishment on the island.
Gracious woodland walking for dogs.
A sandy beach, dunes and the coastal path too makes Freshwater just pawfect for dogs.
Robin Hood might lift an eyebrow or two at this largely coniferous plantation being called 'Sherwood Forest' - but the dog certainly won't mind.