Many of England’s top destinations are pet friendly. For this reason, it makes sense that you would want to bring your dog with you on your holiday. After all, shouldn’t your dog be able to experience the thrill of the outdoors or the amazing beaches just like you? Many people think so. Therefore, if you are looking to take your dog with you on holiday, here are some tips.
Find Pet Friendly Accommodations
Step one should be to find an accommodation that welcomes animals. Not all accommodations will be friendly and nice about your dog staying with you. However, there are many options that will welcome your dog into their hotel, cottage, bed and breakfast, or campsite. Therefore, do some research ahead of time. Look for something that will suit your needs and that will allow you to be comfortable while you are on your holiday.
Next, make sure that you comply with PETS requirements if you are travelling with a dog. You should take your dog to see the Vet to make sure that he or she is healthy for the trip. This will ensure that everything runs smoothly wherever you travel.
Traveling By Car
Many people travel to their destination by car. This is a popular choice for UK travellers given the number of options available in such a short distance. It allows travellers to get to a nice destination in no time and experience the thrill of being away. However, if you are taking a dog with you, it is important to use safety precautions. First, make sure that your dog is protected while driving. If the dog is left unrestrained, they could be easily injured in even the smallest accident. Many animals are sadly seriously injured or even killed due to accidents while driving. In addition, animals that are not restrained can interfere with the drivers’ abilities on the road. Therefore, look for a suitable pet carrier to protect your dog while you travel to your destination.
Next, make sure that you do not leave your pet unattended in the car. This is especially important when the car is closed and turned off. It can get extremely hot in cars – even if a window is open. It is not uncommon for pets to suffer from heat stroke. Lastly, while you are driving, make sure that your dog does not hang its head out of the car window. This may seem common. However, it is unsafe and unnecessary. It will cause accidents