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Dog Travel

Part I - Taking Taking your Dog on Holiday

Planning to take your dog or dogs on holiday with you requires a lot of preparation. First off, you'll have to find a place to stay that accepts pets. This can mean compromising on the location and quality of accommodation, as you're unlikely to find a 5 star city-centre hotel that will allow you and your pooch to stay together. The good news is that, many good quality family-run bed and breakfasts, small hotels, self-catering accommodation and campsites increasingly allow pets.

Once you have your accommodation sorted, you should think carefully about how you are going to transport your dog to your holiday destination, particularly if you plan to go abroad. The Pet passport scheme now gives greater freedom to pet owners looking to travel throughout Europe with their dogs, However, you'll still need to consider the special requirements that airlines and ferry companies have regarding the transport of your pet.

Go to part II - Travelling by Ferry with your dog

Part III Travelling by Aeroplane with your Dog

Part IV - Car Travel with your Dog