There's nothing more stressful than trying to book a trip away while worrying about where your fur-kids are going to stay. We've got 2 fur-kids of our own (a female poodle cross and a male terrier cross, both 7 and desexed) who love having friends come to stay. They get along with most non-aggressive dogs (occasional personality clashes mean we would need to organise a meet and greet first), love nothing more than long walks along the beach and at the local park, playing ball and chasing birds! Having a new baby of the non-furry kind means I'm at home most days which our pups love! Your dog/s must be desexed (puppies excepted), non-destructive, able to walk on a lead, happy natured and not food aggressive (within reason).