Take your dog on holiday with you to a holiday home
Of course the family dog should come too when on holiday in Denmark. Rent a holiday home with Feriepartner Dennmark where pets are welcome in most homes.
You can easily see if you are allowed to have pets in the home that you want to rent.
A good experience with your dog
Even though the dog can usually be home alone, it's not a good idea to leave it alone in the holiday home. The dog may become frustrated because it feels alone in unfamiliar surroundings. Take a blanket that the dog knows from your home and is comfortable with for example, so it feels more at ease in the new environment.
Good advice for your holiday with a dog
To get the best experience when you go on holiday with your dog, it may be a good idea to check the local regulations when you have your dog with you in nature.
Show respect Although dogs are welcome in most of Feriepartner's more than 5,000 homes, you need to take into account the holiday home and the surroundings you are in.
Pets must not sit on the furniture, beds and sofas, and you must always leave both the home and grounds in good order, even if you have ordered final cleaning.
Dog-friendly forests and beaches In Denmark you will find more than 100 forests where dogs can run freely without a leash. In the winter months, from October 1 to March 31, you can take dogs to most beaches, but there are exceptions – look out for signs in the area.
Although the dog can run freely, you still should have complete control over the dog.
Keep the dog on a leash All summer holiday homes are situated in the lovely Danish countryside which provides many great opportunities for rewarding hikes. Unless otherwise indicated, the dog must be kept on a leash as stray dogs can scare the wildlife.
Even a dog on a leash may seem scary to children and people who are afraid of dogs, so be sure to show respect to others.