Pet Safety Information

At, your safety and well-being are our top priorities. We strive to ensure that every aspect of your pet-friendly holiday is enjoyable and safe. To help you make the most of your trip while keeping safety in mind, we have compiled important safety information below.

Pet Safety

Vaccinations: Ensure your pet’s vaccinations are up to date before traveling. This helps protect them from common diseases and ensures the safety of other animals they may encounter.

Identification: It is essential to have proper identification for your pet, including a collar with an ID tag containing your contact details. Additionally, consider microchipping your pet, providing a permanent form of identification should they disappear.

Leashes and Restraints: Always keep your pet on a leash or securely restrained in public areas, including hotels, attractions, and outdoor spaces. This prevents accidents, ensures their safety, and maintains a respectful environment for others.

Pet-Friendly Accommodation: When booking accommodation, ensure they are genuinely pet-friendly and meet your pet’s needs. Ask about any specific policies, such as breed restrictions or additional fees.


Travel Safety

Vehicle Safety: When traveling by car, secure your pet in a suitable crate or use a pet seat belt or harness. Avoid allowing your pet to roam freely within the vehicle, as it can be dangerous for both them and the driver.

Climate Considerations: Take into account the climate and weather conditions of your destination when planning your trip. Ensure your pet is comfortable and protected from extreme temperatures, whether it’s heat or cold.

Pet First Aid Kit: Pack a pet-specific first aid kit, including any necessary medications, bandages, and supplies. This will come in handy in case of any minor injuries or health issues that may arise.


Outdoor Activities

Know Your Pet’s Limits: Consider your pet’s physical abilities and limitations when participating in outdoor activities. Avoid pushing them beyond their capabilities and provide them with plenty of water, rest, and shade.

Hazards: Be aware of potential hazards in outdoor environments, such as poisonous plants, wildlife, or rough terrain. Keep your pet away from any areas where they could be at risk.

Local Regulations: Familiarise yourself with the local rules and regulations regarding pets in public spaces. Observe any leash laws and respect designated areas where pets may be restricted.


Emergency Preparedness

Locate Local Veterinary Services: Before your trip, research and note down the contact information for veterinary services in the area you’ll be visiting. This ensures quick access to medical assistance if needed.

Insurance Coverage: Consider obtaining pet travel insurance to provide financial protection in case of emergencies, such as unexpected veterinary expenses or trip cancellations.

Emergency Contacts: Keep a list of emergency contacts, including your veterinarian’s information and a local contact at your destination.


While we strive to provide comprehensive safety information, it is essential to remain vigilant during your pet-friendly holiday. Remember to always supervise your pet and make decisions in their best interest. By following these guidelines, you can create lasting memories with your beloved pet while ensuring their safety and well-being.

Please note that this safety information serves as a general guide. We recommend consulting with your veterinarian and conducting thorough research specific to your destination and individual pet’s needs.

If you have any further questions or require assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact our customer support team. We are here to ensure you have a safe and enjoyable pet-friendly vacation.

Safe Travels

The Pet Friendly Holiday Team.