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Take Your Dog On Holiday This Year

Instead of leaving your dog behind this year consider taking them with you on holiday. If your dog gets stressed in kennels or you feel bad tearing yourself away from them every year then bring them along with you. There are more and more dog friendly places to take your beloved pooch, especially in the UK. Dogs can add a different element to your holiday too, you are more likely to go on interesting walks and it feels like home having your best friend with you. Here are some ideas to help you book a holiday with your dog in 2014.

UK Breaks

Instead of going abroad you could enjoy a relaxing holiday in the UK. It can sometimes be less stressful not having to catch a flight and bringing everything abroad with you. Simply pack your car and take your family to one of the UK’s top destinations. You can explore the British countryside and enjoy fun days out with your dog and the rest of your family. Websites such as and have information on places that allow dogs. Some brands will also have specific dog friendly locations.


Camping is an easy option because there are lots of campsites that allow dogs. Camping is also perfect for dogs because there is normally lots of open space and countryside to explore. You also don’t have to worry about them making a mess as camping is much more relaxed.

Dog Friendly Hotels

There are plenty of dog friendly hotels in the UK, you just have to be organised and if possible, book in advance. Some hotels will add an extra charge if you want to bring your dog along, so check before you book. In some places they add some special extras for your dog such as doggy treats on arrival and a nice cosy bed for them to snuggle up in. You can really spoil your dog if you want to.


Why not hire out a cottage for your family? This will give you a good amount of space and more room for your dog to wander around. Plenty of cottage owners are happy for dogs to come and stay, all you have to do is search for them online. You can search for dog friendly cottages on the dogs trust website here


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