Great combo of pub and walking path here, which should keep everyone happy.
Doggylicious trail in a big loop starting from Clonaslee. Pick a sunny day and this is fantastic.
Lots of tradition connected with the Marian Cross on this walk, and it's said to be a very popular walk during the Christmas season - maybe a bit of Santa spotting from the top?
Dogs welcome all year round. It's a great beach to walk along - we didn't let Jem swim as there seemed to be quite an undertow and he's not a strong swimmer.
Look no further if it's a big, open dog walking space you're after. The aptly named 'Big Moor' stretches away for miles.
Larger than it seems to be at first, this is one of Jem's favourites. There's woodland, a stream, a big play area for children - and lots of space.
Don't be put off by the nerdy idea of a tram museum - this is an award winning day out, with a built-in walk and an amazing reconstruction of a village using 'found' buildings from far and wide.
This is a forest park that's famous worldwide for its trees and arboretum.
Gorgeous circular walk in a part of the forest that was a favoured hunting ground of Charles the 10th. And plenty of opportunity for refreshment in Rambouillet afterwards.
An easy 2-mile circular walk with lots of lovely clean water for dogs to enjoy. Easy to spot pub opposite the church and close to the lower car park.
Pub with an astonishingly long history of looking after visitors - since 1295? If that's true it's really amazing! Dogs welcome in the bar, and there's good walking in the area.
This is the largest open space in London by far at nearly 6,000 acres. It's brilliant for dogs to romp off-lead, roll in the unspeakable and have a great doggie moment.