Tenting with canine: The right way to make your pet’s staycation nice | Journey Information | Journey


Grab some relaxing bones, chews, and stuffed kongs

Even if the camping experience will be relaxing for you, your dog can be unsettled by the sudden change in environment.

Eating something tasty and fun can really help them relax, we recommend a couple of chew bones or even some goodies like the Nature’s Variety Freeze Dried Bites.

The range combines all the taste and goodness of raw ingredients and is mixed with a special selection of nutritious fruits, vegetables and plant substances.

With no artificial flavors, colors or preservatives, Nature’s Variety Freeze Dried can be enjoyed straight from the pack without having to be refrigerated.

Plan your exercise

You may have had a nice, relaxing break, but your dog will be itchy to go outside and exercise.

Many beaches have areas for off-leash exercise during high season. So plan in advance where it will be best to take your pet for a walk.

Do you try Porthkidney Beach in Cornwall, Embleton Bay in Northumberland or even Holkham Beach in Norfolk?

Numerous pubs and restaurants also like to invite four-legged friends to take a leisurely rest – let’s be honest, a long walk with a pub lunch cannot be topped.

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