10 Essential Tips for Camping with Your Pet


7. Purchase an Extra Long Lead and Anchor

If your dog is particularly large or hyperactive, there may be certain times when it has to be tethered. Purchase a long chain or leash from a pet store and an anchor that can be inserted into the ground such as a large metal coil. This will provide your dog with more freedom than its regular lead.

8. Pack a Muzzle

Even if your dog is not dangerous, it is still advisable to purchase a muzzle and familiarize your dog with it before travelling. Certain countries such as Greece require pets to be muzzled before you can take them onto public transport. You might also need to muzzle your dog in public spaces.

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