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Good Luck on your trip sounds great wish i could join even if for one week!!
Thanks, Henry! Stay up to date on our blog. We’ll be all over, so you never know, you just may be able to join us for a week. We’d love the company!
Just remind me closer to the dates and I will see what I can organize. We have lots of family and friends on your way so may be gOod for you. In Berlin we have a good friend dog and animal lover you should connect with and in Oslo my partners. Cheers
Looks like you are in Dresden, one of my favorites when I visited eastern Germany! I see you’re going through the Czech Republic soon. If you have a chance to stop at Cesky Krumlov, it is well worthwhile, a charming small town with a castle on top of the hill. We stayed in a hostel there and it was the whole family’s favorite stop of our trip. The hostel is called Krumlov House and is owned by an American-Canadian couple. Really beautiful and quiet place where we also loved biking in the surrounding countryside. http://www.krumlovhostel.com/
Gail! So happy to see this post from you this morning! We also loved Dresden, and appreciated the green trees and hills that reminded us of home. You’re the second person to recommend Cesky Krumlov, so we might just have to add it to our map! Thanks for the hostel recommendation, we will check it out and let you know if we make it there.
Hi guys. Just wondering if you took any precautions against Leishmaniasis when you were in Europe? I’m going to be living in a tent with my dog for the next 12 months around Spain and the med and am worried about it.
Great site BTW a mine of useful information
We certainly didn’t take any precautions as I’ve never heard of Leishmaniasis. 🙂
Glad you find our site useful. Let us know if you have any other questions.
Hello. I bought a puppy from Romania , which is a rabies free country , mostly free of all diseases . The doggie is 4 months old , she will fly with me in the cabin. At the time of flying she will be having the rabies shot for approximately 15 days. In US that is ok , as I checked the law ( or at least I Hope is ok) . But I have 2 layovers in Germany . I won’t get out of the airport during my layover . I don’t know if I’ll have any issues with my dog not being vaccinated for rabies for more than 30 days. I will ask at the airport in Frankfurt to make sure
Hi Liliana, you’re certainly in a difficult situation. The main issue when traveling is the rabies shots and it’s possible they will give you a headache for not waiting 30 days. The US will most likely not care, but Germany is more strict.
Hi. I love your newsletter and so glad to have come across your postings! I have question which I was wondering ( as I see you have experience through Europe ) perhaps I could get help with. I plan to travel to Amsterdam , only next year but planning ahead. My concern is I have 2 dogs. My little girl is very social and Ive got Belgium friends who may want her as company for there one dog. That would leave my male very lonely, BUT Im worried about travelling alone with TWO dogs. It seems ( and I was just in Amsterdam ) , that ONE dog in Europe is acceptable, even for rentals and apartments, 2 dogs is doable, but then usually with a partner. I planned to cross to UK and maybe head for Scotland , which is Vizsla Country. But with Brexit, Im worried that I may have to choose somewhere in Europe like Holland or Germany to settle in, and worried with 2 dogs. I REALY REALLY dont want to leave my girl behind, but are my options restricted with the 2 of them ? Thank you kindly for talking the time to read.
Hi Suzana, I wouldn’t worry about Brexit from a travel standpoint or relocation perspective. There are so many things the governments need to figure out. As for finding a place that allows two dogs, we know many people that have more than one dog in Spain, which is one of the least dog loving countries in Europe. I don’t think you’ll have much of any issue, assuming they’re friendly and chill. You can always have a potential landlord meet your dogs or have someone vouch for them.
Thank you! Ive decided against leaving her ( what was I thinking!). Will keep to my original plan and head to Scotland after landing in Amsterdam . Ireland would have been an option , but I think they may just trump Spain as one of the most unfriendly dog countries. :(. Appreciate the advice and look forward to your newsletters !
Glad you’re bringing your girl with you! Scotland sounds great and I’ve heard it’s super dog friendly. Bummer about Ireland, I’m guessing we will have to skip it.
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