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Dog Guidelines of our Costa Brava Camping

30-07-2019
Do you know our regulations for dogs? In our Camping on the Costa Brava we have spaces and bungalows that allow pets, but there are a series of rules to be followed by the guests in order to achieve the best possible coexistence and stay for all.

Dogs Laws & Regulations

  1. All dogs will have to have their corresponding insurance and health booklet
  2. For safety, inside the campsite the dogs have to be restrained.
  3. Dogs must respect the rest of all campers.
  4. By public health standards dogs can not use the pool or showers of the customers.
  5. The owners are responsible for continued hygiene in order to avoid parasites.
  6. The dogs will not do their necessities in the camping, the owners commit themselves to pick them up when they do them in the established zones.
  7. The municipal regulations of the City of Blanes in the matter of Public Health expressly prohibits having dogs on the beach.

Failing to comply with any of these rules will be sufficient reason for the camping management to expel the family that owns the dog.

Potentially dangerous dogs are not allowed

Likewise, none of the dog breeds considered as potentially dangerous dogs (PPP) are NOT ALLOWED inside the Camping site (Neither in the camping facilities nor in the accommodation or plots).

The list of potentially dangerous dog breeds NOT admitted to the camping is:

  • Pit bull terrier
  • Staffordshire Bull Terrier
  • American staffordshire terrier
  • Rottweiler
  • Argentine Dogo
  • Brazilian row
  • Tosa Inu
  • Akita Inu
  • Doberman
  • Bullmastiff
  • Dogue de Bordeaux
  • Neapolitan mastiff
  • Boxer
  • Canary Dam (or Canary Bulldog)
  • Bull terrier
  • Tibet Bulldog

In addition to these specific breeds just listed, dogs that meet all or most of these characteristics are considered as potentially dangerous dogs:

  • Strong musculature, powerful, robust appearance, athletic configuration, agility, vigor and endurance.
  • Marked character
  • Short hair.
  • Thoracic perimeter between 60 and 80 centimeters, height at the cross between 50 and 70 centimeters and weight greater than 20 kg.
  • Head with large volume, cuboid, robust, with wide and large skull and muscular cheeks. Strong and large jaws, robust, wide and deep mouth.
  • Wide neck, short and muscled.
  • Chest muscled, wide, large and deep, arched ribs and loin muscled and short.
  • Parallel, straight and robust anterior extremities and very muscular posterior limbs, with relatively long legs forming a moderate angle.

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