Pet Friendly Cottages
With thousands of pet friendly cottages available you simply just need to decide where you would like to stay and then use the quick and easy filters to find a self-catering cottage what welcomes dogs. You can filter the area, number of pets, number of bedrooms and more to find your perfect vacation cottage.
With over 9,000 pet friendly holiday properties you will find Hoseasons have everything you need including low deposits for bookings, last minute deals and special offers.
Pet Friendly Holiday Lodges
Holidays in a lodge can be the gateway to a wonderful relaxing holiday as many lodges also have their own decking and hot tub, perfect for relaxing. Many of the lodges are situated within holiday parks that provide a range of activities for all the family. Hoseasons is the leading provider self-catering holidays with hundreds of pet friendly lodges in over 300 locations throughout Scotland, England and Wales.
If you are looking for a last minute deal make sure you check the last minute getaways and online holiday deals. You can book with confidence as Hoseasons are a member of ABTA.
Pet Friendly Holiday Parks
When going on holiday with your dog you may find the facilities offered by many Holiday Parks allow you to enjoy your holiday more, as the kids can enjoy the Park’s facilities. There will also be plenty of opportunities for all the family to get out and about together when the adults are not relaxing over a glass of wine, while the kids are playing nearby.
Pet friendly holiday parks provide a range of low cost caravans to luxury models, wooden chalets and lodges. Many holiday parks provide swimming pools and kids clubs as well as outdoor activities. Take advantage of last minute deals and special offers. Book now for next year to avoid disappointment.
Hiring a boat on a canal or Scottish Loch is a wonderful way to have an unique holiday and the good news is that many boats allow dogs to stay onboard. A canal narrowboat is a perfect way to experience life at a slower pace while seeing the countryside from the waters edge and exploring villages and towns on route.
In Scotland the Scottish Lochs and Caledonian Canal allow you to sail from the east to the west coast of the Scottish Highlands, a wonderful trip through outstanding natural scenery. Book your boat holiday with a dog today and have a holiday of a lifetime.
Pet Friendly Holidays
Your dog(s) are part of your family and some of your best holiday memories can be of happy times with your pets, on the beach, on long countryside walks or simply sharing time together without the stress of a busy work schedule. If you also have children then building good memories of holidays with your dog can be so important for you and your family.
On a Dog website we know how important holidays with pets are and have had many holidays with our dogs over the years, we now have lovely memories and photographs of our dogs on holiday and continue to enjoy time with our dogs that now share our lives. We know how difficult it can be to find holiday accommodation that allow pets to stay, we hope you find our dog website useful to find your pet friendly holiday.
Beach Holidays with a Dog
Beach holidays with a dog bring some of the best memories as most dogs just love being on the beach. While a beach holiday with a dog may not be ideal if you are staying in holiday accommodation as most dogs manage to carry sand back home with them, it also gets everywhere in the car. If you are used to taking your pets on beaches to walk or play you probably already accept that you will have a problem with sand and have either accepted this, or come up with a strategy to keep it to a minimum. By drying your dog with a towel, walking them until they dry out and the sand can be easily brushed off, having a dog crate in the car or in the house until the sand falls off. We take several old blankets and towels on holiday to help keep our pets comfortable and dry.
Dogs in Cars
For most dogs a trip in the car is a great experience and they just love going places, for other dogs it is a miserable time and either anxiety or other issues gives them a less than pleasant time in the vehicle. If your pet has anxiety or is prone to travel sickness it is better to discuss this with your veterinary practice to choose the best solution for them. Ideally you should start preparing your dog for a long journey by getting them used to being in your car, making car trips fun (to a forest walk for example) and not just to the vets which may not be the best memories for your dog. Build up good memories of going places they enjoy.
If your dog does suffer genuine travel sickness then medication is available to reduce the symptoms from your vet, or online. You can also help by withholding food before a long journey and by keeping your dog in a position in the car that stops them looking out of the side windows. You may find that a car dog carrier is helpful as well as a dog seat belt.
Dogs and Car Safety
Keeping your dog out of the front of the vehicle is very important and most car insurance policies will be void if the dog causes a distraction and you have a car accident. To ensure that you do not have any problems with the law in the country you are driving in we recommend that a physical barrier is put between the dog and the driver, a car dog guard is one of the easiest methods to keep you legal, safe and insured while travelling with your dog in the car. Many people find that having their dogs in the rear area of the car is best and a dog guard can keep your dog safely in the car. An alternative is to use a dog travel carrier which allows you to control when your dog gets out of the vehicle when you stop when you open the rear door or boot.
When travelling with a dog always make sure they have access to water, and give them adequate toilet breaks. If possible take them for short walks on a lead (as you do not want your dog to run off while on a journey) every couple of hours. Never leave dogs in a car alone even in cloudy weather as cars can quickly overheat within minutes, this will cause stress in your animals and in some cases your pet can die from overheating.