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    5 Perfect places to walk your dog this Easter

    Articlegeneral dog adviceFriday 08 March 2013


    5 Great places to walk your dog this Easter

    With Easter soon approaching it is the perfect time to leave the office and the city and spend more time outdoors and exploring with your dog. Why not take them to one of these great 5 places across the UK so they can really enjoy and explore the wild outdoors?

    1. The Norfolk Broads (Norfolk)

    The Norfolk Broads are a collection of lakes, rivers and ponds across North Norfolk. Perfect for any dog to explore and run loose. The wetlands provides amazing scenery and perfect fresh air away from the city.

    2. The Peak District

    A perfect place to escape with your dog over the weekend break. There are even hotels and cottages in the area that are dog friendly and easily accessible. With literally hundreds of walks to choose from, you are spoilt for choice. With many camp sites dotted around, why not plan a camping weekend?

    3. Albans Way (Hertfordshire)

    A good choice for those with dogs based in London. Just outside the city in the county of Hertfordshire, your dog and you can escape the busy traffic and do the 6 mile walk from Hatfield to St Albans along the disused railway line. Once in St Albans you can settle down in one of the many pub gardens and have a well deserved lunch.

    4. Mousehole to Lamorna (Cornwall)

    For those in the west of the country try out this famous walk from the habour of Mousehall to the village of Lamorna. All in all the walk is about 4-5 miles and perfect for those who want to have a sea view.

    5. Holme next the sea (Norfolk)

    This for is for those of you who love taking your dog to the beach. Here you have miles upon miles of open beach where your dog can really run wild. This is without doubt the North Norfolk coast at it's best.

    Of course some basic rules to remember in these areas:

    • Always control your dog so that it does not scare the lifestock in the areas

    • Regular worming helps keep your dog healthy and lifestock safe as well.

    • Remember to clean up after your dog. 

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