Rules to Travel With a Dog Between European Countries

Dog travel between European countries

One of the best things about travelling around Europe with a dog is that you don’t need to visit a vet and fill in paperwork to travel between many countries, unlike in other parts of the world. This is thanks to many of the countries in Europe belonging to the European Union (or EU for … Read more

Flying to Europe with a Dog from the USA

Flying to Europe with a Dog

Europe is the most dog-friendly part of the world to travel with a dog. It’s no wonder then that if you live in the USA, that you might want to consider taking your dog along with you on a European vacation. But how easy is it to fly to Europe with a dog from the … Read more

Taking Your Dog to Europe: Vaccines & Paperwork

Taking dog to Europe

So, you’re planning on taking your dog to Europe, whether on a holiday or for a longer stay. Europe is a great place to take your dog, as it’s certainly the most dog-friendly region of the world. Plus it’s usually easy to travel between countries in Europe with a dog, at least within the European … Read more

The Cheapest Way to See Neuschwanstein Castle

Neuschwanstein Castle

One of the must-see sights when you are visiting Munich and Bavaria in Germany is the fairy-tale castle of Neuschwanstein. Built by Mad King Ludwig in the late 19th century, it’s the inspiration for Walt Disney’s Sleeping Beauty Castle. Located a couple of hours away from Munich, the majority of visitors pay to go on a … Read more

Are Dogs Allowed in National Parks?

Are Dogs Allowed in National Parks

Scattered around the world are thousands of national parks. And given that most of these parks have been declared with the intention of conserving and protecting the area, which is often relative “wilderness”, not surprisingly pets including dogs are not always allowed inside. However, the rules and attitudes to pets being permitted inside national parks … Read more

Dog-Friendly Dorset, UK: Visiting Dorset with a Dog

Dog-friendly Dorset

This is a guest post from Jacqueline Lambert of World Wide Walkies Often overlooked in favour of its more famous neighbours, Devon and Cornwall, I would like to introduce the dog-friendly delights of Dorset, my adopted county on the South Coast of England in the United Kingdom. Why Visit Dorset? Over half of Dorset is … Read more

Gaudi by Bike: A Self-Guided Bike Tour in Barcelona

Gaudi tour Barcelona

Top at the list of the attractions that you have to see in Barcelona, Spain, are the works of the renown Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí. His most famous work is the enormous, and still under construction, church of La Sagrada Família. But there are also another five properties built by Gaudí that are also UNESCO World … Read more

On Top of Wales: Climbing Snowdon with a Dog

Climbing Snowdon with a dog

One of the joys about travelling in Europe with a dog, is that most hiking trails allow dogs. Although many require dogs to be on a leash, it’s a small measure to take compared to my home country of Australia, where most national parks don’t allow dogs. So when visiting the UK in 2017, after … Read more

How to Travel with a Dog from Thailand to Europe

Travel with dog from Thailand to Europe

This is a guest post from Grace Austin of Extreme Nomads. Coming from somebody who’d never so much as moved their goldfish from room to room, the notion of flying our newly adopted Thai soi dog from our home in Pranburi all the way over to Europe was daunting, to say the very least. Nevertheless, … Read more

How to Prevent Leishmaniasis in Your Dog in Europe

Protect your dog from leishmania

Summertime and the months either side are the most popular time of year to head to Europe, including if you’re travelling with your dog. But did you realise that you need to be wary of the disease known as Leishmaniasis across most of southern Europe? Read on to find out more about this disease and … Read more