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By: Claire L Templeton


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Poochtraveller is the bible of dog travel guides – an insightful and down-to-earth book, and an invaluable support system for all dog owners looking to travel abroad.

Claire Templeton distils what she has learned over years of trial and error, traveling throughout Europe with her dog Snowy.

You will come away from this book feeling confident and excited about your travels, with some personal recommendations to get you started.


Claire and Simon adopted their dog, Snowy, from the Dog’s Trust back in 2014. Reluctant to curb their love of travelling, they embarked on a series of road trips across Europe, tracking down the most Pooch-friendly hotels and restaurants along the way. They live in the very dog-friendly town of Rothbury in Northumberland.

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  • Neil Law

    As a writer, I research and read extensively. I recently came across this book online and my first thought was, like many things, how did we get on without it? I purchased a copy through Amazon earlier this month and read it with interest having wondered in the past what it involves taking your beloved dog on holiday with you. Although a fairly straight forward process, it did involve some digging in various government websites to find and extricate appropriate information, which, to put it politely, leaves you wanting to take up watching paint dry as a sport. Enter Poochtraveller by Claire L Templeton. Not only does Claire succinctly explain all the necessary ‘paperwork’ required, to avoid falling foul of the authorities, she does it with aplomb, using her many years experience travelling abroad with her dog Snowy. At no point does the relevant, detailed and well structured information become overpowering, as it is given in small doses throughout the book with recap at the end of chapters. The photos add warmth and a hidden humour to the book, showing that Snowy is both cute and relaxed. They also add something more: because of the care and attention taken in terms of composition, they show the beauty and sophistication of the places she has visited, reinforcing the adage that a picture can paint a thousand words. I highly recommend.

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