Dog Friendly Campsites – Campsites Where Dogs Are Welcome

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Want to go camping with your dog? We know loads of pet-friendly campsites where your pooch is more than welcome. From dog-friendly campsites in the UK to glamping sites and campgrounds across France, Spain and Europe where dogs are permitted too. We love dogs and, just like most people, we hate to leave them at home when we go camping. But, with this list, there’s simply no need to. Find a campsite, pack some dog food and hit the road with your pooch to one of these incredible dog-friendly locations.

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Tips, Tricks & Blogs for Dogs

Think of all the things you love about camping – being outdoors, breathing in the fresh air, enjoying space, sunlight and freedom. Funnily enough, when dogs go camping, they can’t get enough of that stuff either! For a dog, camping is the best kind of holiday there is. All those things to sniff, new places to explore, new neighbours to meet and acres of space to run wild. It’s paradise. But, to get it right there are always a few important things that owners should remember. Your dog needs to be healthy (vaccinated), sociable (good with other people and pets) and very obedient. And, most of all, your dog must be cleaned up after. Most campsites that allow dogs will have clear rules that you must also follow and, generally speaking, will require you to keep your dog on a lead at all times (particularly farm campsites that may have livestock). It’s also a good idea to check local dog restrictions before you leave – some areas will ban dogs on beaches during summer or in parks during certain seasons. Finally, remember to think carefully about where your dog will sleep before you leave. You may need to bring extra blankets and rugs for cleaning before they go anywhere near your tent or you may need to bring a tarpaulin to provide extra sleeping space.