Is your beloved pet a part of your loved family? It means you do not wish to leave them alone at home when you are on a family vacation. Fortunately, now there are best places than ever before to take dog on vacation and they are truly pet-friendly. You can also consider vacation rentals as most accept having your pets. Enjoy a pooch-friendly perfect setting:
Spain is a fascinating place as it has relaxing villas featuring pool that you can have it by your side. Spain is also an easy going country allowing you to go with your dog. In fact, both of you can jump into the pool water and cool off. In the larger cities, there are toilet areas and also dog exercise, remember to ensure there is enough drinking water supply.
Turkey also adopts the EU rules and regulations regarding pet entry across borders. Of course, they permit one dog. This country has beach vacations, fascinating sites and winter skiing in mountains providing plenty for the pets and family.
Before entering Austria, ensure your pet has an ISO microchip. Here there is a limit per person with three animals and the details of vaccination should be in German or at least with an attached translation. Austria is a dog-friendly country and you are allowed to go with your pet in public transport and also to the restaurants.
Wales is truly welcoming for dogs and there are cottages that are cat-friendly. The green, mountainous landscape is a haven that dog walkers are sure to love. You canine chum and you for sure can get enough exercise, besides the moist, cool climate suits your pet as the best.
Montenegro, on the Adriatic Sea is a country in the Balkans. It is prominent for its exclusive coastal scenery and there are exciting inland mountainous region. There are more than enough reasons to enjoy in Montenegro adventure vacations involving your dog. In fact, walking is the best choice, but if you wish you can consider going mountain biking or also sailing. Ensure your dog is healthy and fit to accompany you. You will sure enjoy the adventure of taking your dog into the mountains with you.
Travelling with your pet dog is not actually as hard as it may appear. Yet, considering little planning is best, though you may have to bear in mind certain aspects while considering the transportation mode.