Top 10 Dog Friendly Holiday Tips
Pet friendly holidays UK have become an incredibly popular ‘staycation’ choice for people wanting the complete family break – after all, dogs need holidays too right?!
Our dog friendly caravan parks provide the perfect base to explore the exciting outdoors, so to help you make long-lasting memories take a look at our top 10 dog friendly holiday tips.
If you’re dog’s never been out in the open countryside, try a few dummy walks in nearby woodland or fields. It’s a good idea to familiarise your pet with new sounds and smells.
There are an abundance of interesting places to exercise your four-legged friends, from long stretching beaches to coastal paths and dog-friendly gardens.
Be aware of the dangers to your dog while out and about in the South West. The 2 most important being adders and poisonous beach substances.
Make of checklist of all the items your dog will need. New surroundings may make your dog anxious, so their favourite toys and bedding from home will help them settle in to our pet friendly accommodation.
Remember to scoop your dog’s poop! The South West is an unspoilt and clean corner of the UK, so let’s keep it that way.
Always carry lots of water with you on your days out. Chances are you’ll be doing more exercise than usual, so it’s important to keep your dog hydrated.
Never leave your dog locked in the car! Even with sunshields and windows cracked they can overheat. The South West is extremely dog friendly so man’s best friend should never have to miss out.
The better you research and plan, the more fun you can cram in to your holiday. You can find out about dog friendly beaches, pubs, gardens and more at our Foxy Blog.
Find out where the local vet’s practice is. Print out contact details and directions in case of an emergency.
Create magical memories with the whole family on your pet friendly holidays. Take lots of photos of your pooch exploring the dog friendly delights of the South West.