The west coast of Denmark offers the best conditions for a holiday with a dog. The climate is pleasant all year round for the dogs. Although there are wonderful sunny days in the summer, the light breeze from the North Sea does not make the animals too hot. You can also romp around on the endless sandy beaches and in the water carefree. In Denmark, dog and human slow down. We have summarized the best tips for a Denmark holiday with your four-legged friend.
Long-time dog owners know it – who has the opportunity, the best way to travel by car to the next destination. Out breaks can be designed individually and the dog is always supplied with sufficient water while driving.
From Germany, you can over the route Hamburg-Flensburg the West Jutland of Denmark
Reach quickly – the journey is stress-free, because it takes place comfortably without additional ferry.
Holiday homes are not only among the tourists, but also among the Danes to the favorite accommodation. Also for dog owners a holiday home is ideal. Dog-friendly cottages, as the holiday home agency DanWest offers a large fenced garden directly near the dunes. The holiday home itself is also equipped with large rooms and wooden or tiled floors. For dog owners and families offers a holiday home in all weather conditions enough space.
If you travel to Denmark with your dog, you will need a pet passport and a valid rabies vaccination. In addition, the dog should be chipped. Denmark refuses entry to so-called list dogs. Which are these we have here already explained.
Denmark is a dog-friendly country. In particular
On the west coast of Denmark there are endless beaches that invite to long walks. In Denmark, as well as on all beaches, except nature reserves, dogs are allowed. In the North Sea and between the dunes, the four-legged friends can romp around and enjoy a little cooling off in between. From October to March the dogs are allowed to run on the beaches without leash. In the summer months there is a linen obligation, but there are so-called dog beaches, where this is canceled in the summer. Areas where dogs are allowed to walk freely can be identified by the signs "Uden snor-med ledsager", in German "without leash – with accompaniment".
There are more than 200 dog forests in Denmark. These are fenced areas in the forest where dogs are allowed to walk free all year round. The top five spots for dog forests in West Jutland are: