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This is a great place to give the dog a walk if you're heading into London, where open space with free parking gets harder to find.
This seems to be a village that the 21st century had nearly forgotten, and it's a very relaxing spot for a walk. The village pub is dog-friendly.
Over 1,000 acres of green space for Londoners to re-oxygenate. The park is divided into different sections, and the most attractive for dogs is the Woodland Gardens area which runs down to the river.
Surprisingly unknown park in South London, that's in the care of the National Trust. The River Wandle twists through the middle, and is well defended by geese.
An award winning country park very close to Heathrow, with lakes and rolling meadows. Hard to imagine it was once a waste tip.
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.
A tree filled 70 acre park at the beginning of the A1. Once inside the trees, there's almost no trace of the surrounding traffic and there are plenty of tweeting birds instead.
Golders Hill Park is a kind of add-on its better known Hampstead Heath. It was created into a park after WW2 on the site of a large house and garden that had previously occupied the space.
One of London's biggest breathing spaces, Hampstead Heath is great for dogs - especially on weekday mornings after joggers have gone to work.
The Capital Ring footpath goes through this 100 hectare country park. It's not over-manicured and is popular with dog owners.
A large 90 acre Country Park that's largely woodland. It's part of Ruislip Woods National Nature Reserve.
With a beach and extensive woodland surrounding it, this can be canine heaven.