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This small park is quiet and intimate with calming views over the river. Dogs have to be on leads in some parts of the park, especially near buildings.
Dog-friendly Georgian coaching inn in the Hanpshire Downs, and ideal for a doggie pitstop on your journey - or just to enjoy their food.
Popular park for local dog walkers, with plenty of space to tire out small-medium sized dogs. More energetic hounds will need chukkers and frizbees to burn the calories though.
The heath was once a place where travellers needed their dogs for protection against ruthless highwaymen like Dick Turpin.
Starting from the car park are trails of varying lengths either through woodland or by a lake. The paths are surfaced, so these are dog-walks for all weathers and shoes.
An easy dog walk along the towpath, with the benefit of lots of kids' activities at the start. Pedalo and canoe hire is available, and the atmosphere is relaxed and laid back.
An easy dog walk beside a rural canal and a dog-friendly pub with a warm welcome. Just off the A287 and less than 5 miles from M3 Junction 4a or 5.
Close to the M3, this is a splendid old pub where dogs are warmly welcomed. The walk is fairly short but there is enough going on for dogs to enjoy.
An historic watermill dating back to medieval times, and now a dog-friendly country-style dining pub with an attractive garden.
Only a couple of miles from the M3, this pub is a very welcome stop on your journey through Hampshire and has some wonderful walks for dogs to enjoy.
Dogs will love the scents to be found in this old wood, and the sense of otherworldness found under the dappled light of these ancient trees will delight the imaginative.
The pub is the main attraction here. It is in an old converted mill on the banks of the River Loddon. The walk is short but full of history.