12 Tips For Travelling With Your Dog
We understand that many people want to go on holiday or travel to their holiday home with the whole family, including their dog! Read our handy guide to making the most out of dog friendly holidays in the UK.
First and foremost, before you go anywhere with your dog you should check their vaccinations are up to date, and if your pet has any medication you should ensure you have enough supplies of it for your break.
1. Choose the ideal dog-friendly location
2. Research, research, research
3. Pack all the essentials
4. Pack ice cubes
The ideal doggy treat, especially on a hot day. Store them in a bottle and once they melt to water you’ll have a handy cold drink for your pet too!
5. Travel safely
6. Keep them in the back
7. Stop frequently
8. Talk often
9. Avoid leaving your pet on its own
10. Be prepared when you get to the park
11. Give your dog time
12. Remember to bring the mess bags
Most importantly, enjoy yourselves and enjoy the time spent with the entire family! Take yourself and your pooch off to visit the sights, long walks and relax as they chase the waves on local beaches or paddle in our nearby rivers. Take lots of photos too, we love to see your four-legged friends and their families enjoying themselves on our parks’ social media pages!
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