Summer guide for travelling with your pet🐶🐱🌞

Are you going on holidays this summer with your furry companion? Do you need hotels that will allow a pet? What should you pack? We got you covered!

Well, here at CRŪ we’ve taken note on some of our team’s top tips on how to travel with ease, when bringing your pet on holidays. We know that at times travelling with your pet can become stressful… the unplanned toilet breaks, shedding and regular feeding. 

It’s basically like bringing your baby on holiday. Well, they really are our furry babies 🙂

 Therefore, we hope that the following list of products to bring and travel guide will make your life much easier!

Packing list for your pampered pooch 🐾

  • Portable drinking/feed bowl 
  •  Dog/cat friendly shampoo
  •  Food
  • Treats
  •  Poop bags (this is essential when going to hotels, restaurants, bars, better if those are compostable)
  • Any essential medication 
  • Leash
  •  Hair brush
  • Lifeguard (if your pup is not very good at swimming) 
  • Travel mat or towel (so we can relate to the lifestyle products too)

We’ve included some of our pet lifestyle products at the end of the page that are purr-fect for your travels!

Below are the 5 best pet hotels in Spain

  1.   Catalonia Granada

Av. de Madrid, 10, 18012 Granada, Spain

Photos:Cataloniagranada

  1.   Hyatt Centric Gran Via Madrid 

Gran Via, 31, Centro, 28013 Madrid, Spain

Photos:booking.com 

  1.   Catalonia Ronda 

16 Calle Virgen de la Paz, 29400 Ronda, Spain

Photos: cataloniahotels.com

  1.   The Museum Apartments 

Plaça Gala Salvador Dali, 7, 17600 Figueres, Spain

Fotos: cataloniahotels.com

  1. Hotel Mar de Plata 

Paseo de Ronda, 58, 15011 A Coruña, Spain 

Fotos: booking.com

Our pet lifestyle products that we’re sure you’ll love on your travels… just click on the image and it will bring you to the site 😊

 If you are going on a flight with your pet, feed them 4 hours before the flight to avoid them vomiting their food and remember to bring the passport and vaccines card.

FELIZ VERANO!

*Este artículo ha sido escrito en base a nuestros conocimientos y amor incondicional por los perros y gatos pero en ningún momento sustituye el consejo de un veterinario. The CRU estaremos encantados de intentar resolver cualquier duda que puedas tener pero si tu peludo sufre alguna patología recomendamos que consultes con un veterinario colegiado.

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