Dog-friendly holiday home in Norway
However, as in most Scandinavian countries, your four-legged friend may not be allowed in the restaurant with you. Norway also has an abundance of green open spaces and countryside, meaning visitors and their dogs will have as much freedom as they want to roam around the area. Through the countryside and across beaches, you and your dog will have a fantastic holiday in Norway. Your way - Norway.
You and your dog can experience the local parks and culture together
Go outside and play! There are many dog friendly activities in Norway such as dog parks, beaches, hiking trails, tours and shops all suitable for your pet to accompany you. The first is Vigelsandsparken in Oslo, where you and your dog can walk around and admire the flowers and the sculptures. The Vigeland Park is the world's largest sculpture park made by a single artist, and is one of Norway's most popular tourist attractions. The park is open to visitors all year round. There is also the Akerhus festning in Oslo, which is an old castle and fortress. Your dog will love running around this area and just as much as you will enjoy the sites! Most places in Norway love to host dogs, however it is a good idea to keep your dog on a lead in public areas.
Why not explore the famous fjords on your dog friendly holiday?
The fjords couldn’t be a more exciting place for you and your dog to visit! The stunning landscapes of Fjord Norway were created by a succession of ice ages and the landscape stretches for miles and miles with wide open green spaces and stunning views. Here, the eagles rule the sky and the whales and fish rule the deep fjords – and now your dog! Whether you choose to go on holiday with your dog in the snowy winter or the summer, the fjords of Norway are a fantastic place to take your dog on holiday!
Make sure to check before you set off!
There are currently five banned dog breeds. These are:
• The Pit Bull Terrier
• The American Staffordshire Terrier
• The Fila Brasilerio
• The Toso Inu
• The Dogo Argentino
• The Czechoslovakian Wolfdog