County Durham, situated in the North East of England, is a diverse area offering an array of beautiful dog walking spots. From shoreside walks to striking monuments, there’s a lot to see and do for both you and your dog…
Durham City Waterside
Durham is known for its university, friendly locals and its imposing Gothic cathedral, where scenes of Harry Potter were set, but did you know it’s riverside also offers the perfect dog walking spot?
The walkway along the peaceful River Wear is a total length of 3 miles, making for a great long walking route. Along the way enjoy the wild flowers, birds and rowers that are sure to make an appearance too. We suggest packing a picnic as there are plenty of perfect spots to sit down for a bite or two with your pooch!
This stretch of beach is recognised as one of the most beautiful seaside locations in the North East of England, making it perfect for dog walking. As one of the most popular spots in the area, expect to encounter plenty of friendly locals and dog walkers too.
Penshaw Monument just outside of Sunderland is one of the North East’s dog walking hotspots, not only does this imposing monument offer beautiful panoramic views, it also backs onto a woodland walk too.
As the kids head back to school and the summer comes to an end, Tailster have all of your pet care needs sorted! Whether you’re looking for regular, daily walks or someone to pop in occasionally to check on your pets, we’ve got you covered. Click here for more information on Tailster’s pet walking and sitting services.