Government advice is that a person can go out once a day for exercise.
If you live in single adult home, then your dog should get one walk per day. If you live in a four-person home, your dog could go out once with each person.
What sort of problems might I have?
If your dog is used to lots of walks, running free, greeting other people and playing with doggy pals then the COVID-19 restrictions could be frustrating for them. They won’t understand why you’re not allowing them to do their usual stuff. Frustration can cause them to show different behaviours, like pulling on the lead, lunging and barking or trying to grab their lead. By keeping walks interesting and varied, introducing new games and helping them explore even if on lead you can help avoid these problems.