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Taking Your Pet On Your Next Holiday

In an ideal world, you'd take your pet everywhere you went, whether to the park, the beach, the shops and restaurants, and even on trips. And lucky for you, taking your pet on your next holiday might not be as difficult as you imagine.

Animal-friendly hotels and rental properties are becoming more popular, as animal lovers want to ensure that their furry friends are catered for. Leaving your pet at home when you travel can be upsetting for everyone; however, you can now easily take them with you. Your pet is a huge part of your family, so it's understandable you don't want to leave them in a kennel or with friends when you travel. With a little organization, taking them along for the fun can be as straightforward as remembering the toothbrush. As always, research is essential to guarantee that every element of your journey and holiday is planned.

There are several different websites and mobile phone applications dedicated to having pets on the go, and familiarising yourself with a couple servicing your area will ensure you find the perfect places to visit -- both in the preparation and once you're on the road. You have to consider several different elements, including your hotel, your car trip, and places to walk your dog once you're there. Pre-booking a pet-friendly hotel or rental accommodation is essential, of course, but the rest can be more of a laid-back affair.

Choosing the right hotel for your holiday is essential; you need to read about the services and facilities on offer. Asking other pet owners about their preferred hotel and destination is a good start, and reading the fine print about exactly where your pet's allowed is a good idea to avoid any nasty surprises (and extra charges) once you're in holiday-mode.

Packing the right items for your pet is also essential. You will need to remember their favorite toys, bedding, food and bowls. Every item that can make your pet more relaxed is a bonus, and will make the whole trip more enjoyable. Animals feel apprehensive when travelling; therefore, you need to ensure that you do everything to make their trip pleasurable. Chuck in their vaccination certificates as well, and you'll be prepared for everything.

As well as your pet accommodation, you will also need to consider the availability of pet-friendly parks, beaches, exercise areas and nature walks in the area, which are suitable and safe for both you and your fur friend.

Planning regular stops whilst on your journey is essential, as your pet will need to stretch their legs, have a drink and go to the toilet. You also need to ensure that your dog is secure whilst in the car and that they do not jump around and be distracting. Once you have decided to take your pet with you, the big adventure can begin.

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Check out the best mobile app for pet-friendly travel from Take Your Pet -- Access free advice, reviews, listings, and location guides for every possible pet-friendly requirement on the go! Know before you go.


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