Dog friendly Easter holidays: These 10 expert tips will help you have a great caravan or camping break with your adorable pup

As we embark into spring and the days get warmer and nights longer, families up and down the UK are jumping at the chance to get away and spend some time outdoors.

A caravan or camping trip is the perfect opportunity to spend time with your family, whilst also being able to bring your beloved dog.

And for the many new dog owners who welcomed pups into their homes over the pandemic, it might be the first break they’ve attempted with their pooch.

To help them out – along with experienced owners who have tended to leave their four-legged friends at home when they go for a break – food subscription experts Bella & Duke asked their Natural Canine Behaviourist, Caroline Spencer, to list her top 10 tips to help create perfect memories on holiday with your dog.

Caroline said: “Going on holiday should be fun for both you and your dog. It’s the perfect opportunity to spend some quality time together, away from work and other distractions.

“It’s important to find the right balance between bringing some home comforts, like their cosy bed or favourite toy, and going out, exploring nature and having new adventures.”

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