Dog owners should visit local woodlands and greenspace to boost health 

An interesting report has come out from Paths for All. the Kennel Club and the Forestry Commission where they have found that only 11% of doggy walkers who themselves are less active than government guidelines have visited their local urban woodlands with their dogs.

“Paths for All is a partnership of organisations committed to promoting walking for health and the development of multi-use path networks in Scotland.

Source: Dog owners should visit local woodlands and greenspace to boost health | news | pfa

Fife Walking has a variety of woodland walking routes ranging from 2.5 to 8 miles. Indeed the forest and woodland walks section is the most viewed section of the site. If you have a dog why not try out one of these routes for a healthier you and a healthier dog.

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