Print out this little passport, fill in the details and keep it in your wallet. Add a photo of your dog and use it to record important information about your dog in case it gets lost. A great way to strike up conversations with dog walkers.
Signs Guidance for Farmers and other Land Managers
This guide provides advice to land managers (farmers, crofters, estate factors, etc) on when, where and how to use appropriate and effective signage in accordance with the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003. The focus is on situations where it's reasonable for land managers to want to put up advisory signs of their own. 27 pages (2006)
Equestrian Access in Scotland: Horse riding, carriage driving and managing land responsibly
A collaborative document by the British Horse Society Scotland, Scottish Rural Property & Business Association and Scottish Natural Heritage looking at equestrian access and the Scottish Outdoor Access Code. 11 pages.
Detailed guidance about equestrian access on different types of land use
A collaboration between Scottish Land and Estates, the British Horse Society Scotland and Scottish Natural Heritage, this guidance discusses horses on different types of land including fields of cereal crops and stubble fields, fields of fruit and vegetables and conservation areas. 4 pages.