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If you're just off or onto a ferry boat this part of the Ardmore Forest makes a useful stopping point to let the dog put his nose up for a good sniff and scamper.
Home to the totally amazing Millennium Stone, hoisted by a thousand people with ropes and pulleys as part of the millennium celebrations, this is a fabulous country park with lakeside beaches and big...
I love this coastal village. Dogs are welcome in the pub, kippers from the smoke house are just wonderful, and dogs are allowed on the beach.
This enclosed woodland is dogs' delight for local pooches, as it seems to be completely secure and fenced - ideal for lurchers and sight-hounds.
The focus here is on good value and filling food, and it's family and dog-friendly. The carvery has a loyal local following and it's easy to see why.
Loggerheads has been a popular visitor destination since Victorian times, when the original tea rooms were created.
Among the many dog walk options in this former ducal parkland is a well signed River Trail which starts at the main Hall. This is wheelchair and buggy friendly, and runs through woodlands.
Tarbert is likely to be your first stop on the Kintyre Peninsula if you cross by ferry, and a walk to the castle brooding over the harbour is an obvious and lovely way to get a feel for the place.
Gorgeous sandy beach at southern end of Shanklin by the Chine.
Really nice forest dog walk, all paved so great all year round.
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.
There's 360 acres of parkland to explore here, and a marked trail through the woodland that goes past some of the historical natural and manmade features of the park.