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17 Dog-Friendly Travel Tips to Ensure a Pawsome Journey

Tips for traveling with dogs

Welcome fellow dog lovers! Are you planning a much-needed break with your furry friend in tow? You are in the right place as we have put together a list of 17 paw-some dog-friendly travel tips to ensure a stress-free and enjoyable trip for you and your beloved pup.

Table of Contents

1. Get an EU Pet Passport

Dog-holding-a-passport

2. Driving and Car Travel With Your Dog

3. Flying With Your Four-Legged Friend

4. Taking the Dog on a Ferry or Cruise Ship

5. Forward Planning For Your Road Trip

Girl sat next to a dog reading a map in the boot

6. Research Local Areas and Dog-Friendly Attractions

7. Local Vet Check to Gain an Animal Health Certificate

8. Pack the Sun Cream to Stop Your Pet From Burning

9. Keep an up-to-date ID Tag When Travelling Abroad

Two dachshund dogs sat with blue and pink ID tags on

10. Pack a First Aid Kit to Travel Safely

11. Be Aware of Travel Sickness on Longer Trips

12. Ensure Frequent Stops on Car Rides

13. Keep Your Dog Relaxed With a Treat or Toy

14. Get Pet Insurance When Spending Time Abroad

15. Have Plenty of Water and Collapsible Bowls

A dog drinking from a red foldable bowl

16. Use Window Shades to Keep Them Cool

17. Always Have Your Dog's Regular Food on Hand

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John Devlin

A lifelong dog enthusiast from Newcastle, John combines his love for pets with discovering the UK’s hidden travel treasures. He’s enthusiastic about sharing his experiences from family-friendly staycations, helping others find perfect dog-friendly getaways.

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