Before you travel
Before you start packing your cases, it’s important to follow this advice:- Check on the regulations currently in force in advance: Animals must always be accompanied by their owners, and duly microchipped. Furthermore, their health certificates must include a Spanish translation.- If you’ll be arriving by plane, check that the airline you’re travelling to Spain with allows pets on their aircraft, and whether your dog can stay with you in the cabin, or will need to travel in the hold. But regardless of by which means of transport you arrive in Spain, it’s essential to check the applicable regulations.- Prepare your trip in well in advance to make sure that you’ll be able to get all the necessary documentation in place for your dog. Take advantage of the two-month period before you’re due to set off to get your dog used to the pet carrier. - Your dog’s luggage is important too. Make sure that the pet carrier you choose is a suitable one for your dog, and will cover its needs. And do bear in mind that it might need a blanket for the journey, or some kind of medication.So, ready to go? We’re going to suggest 5 destinations that are ideal for travelling with your dog in Spain.