UK Dog-Friendly Travel Blog

A Scenic Dog Walk Along Eastbourne Promenade

Eastbourne’s seafront is an excellent destination for dog walkers, offering a mix of scenic beauty, historical landmarks, and a welcoming atmosphere. Eastbourne seafront is roughly 4 miles long (~6km). There’s ...
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Walking Tour of Winchester City Centre with Your Dog

Exploring Winchester city centre on foot is a delightful way to experience its rich history and vibrant atmosphere while spending quality time outside with your dog. Many of the attractions ...
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Seasonal Dog Restrictions Take Effect on UK Beaches in May

As the warmer months approach, many beaches across the United Kingdom begin enforcing seasonal dog restrictions in May although some a little earlier at Easter. These measures, which typically last ...
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Experiencing the Bluebells at Ashridge Estate

Each spring, Ashridge Estate becomes one of the UK’s most magical destinations as carpets of bluebells transform its woodlands into a vibrant sea of blue. Located in the heart of ...
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The Benefits of Dog Walking

Regular walks with your dog can be great fun and benefit both your health and your dog’s health. We all know that exercise is good for us, but sometimes, especially ...
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Praa Sands to Rinsey Head

If you are staying near Praa Sands on Cornwall’s south coast with your dog, the walk from Praa Sands to Rinsey Head must be on your agenda. It is particularly ...
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Tring Reservoir along Canal to Bulbourne

This is a popular walk on the Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire border. The reservoirs and the Grand Union Canal provide a great dog walk, plenty of opportunities to watch the wildlife, ...
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Welcome to MyPAWfectPlace

Hi, My name is Lily and I am a ten-year-old Schnoodle, which is a cross between a Poodle and a Schnauzer for those not in the know. I believe that ...
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