Poll: Do you take a dog on your touring holidays?

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  1. Clive Hanham says:

    our jack Russell terries (Meg) loves the motorhome trips
    and knows when we are preparing the van,
    she is friendly to everyone and I might consider
    leaving “her indoors” at home but not this man’s best friend

  2. Brian Tucker says:

    When my daughter and her partner go on holidays abroad I go off in my motorhome with Max a cocker spaniel. He loves woods so that is always on the itinerary.

  3. Adrian Crehan says:

    I’m lucky enough to never be without Otto so why would I leave him at a sitters. It’s his holiday as much as ours and he enjoys the scenery.

  4. Balloo Sky says:

    Our dogs have more stamps on their passports than most people ..lol

  5. Simon says:

    Always with our dogs, they are family members as well!

  6. Simon says:

    Always with our dogs, they are family members as well !

  7. Steven Cook says:

    They are family

  8. John Parker says:

    We always take our dog with us as it is as much a holiday for him as well as us. It also gives him new places to explore.

  9. Chacquie Goldberg-Elliott says:

    I wish other people liked dogs or say NOT DOG FRIENDLY ON THE SITE IN ADVANCE!

  10. Lynda Fuller says:

    Dog is my companion and security as I travel alone, would not do it without my dog.

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