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Alpe d'Huez
Bourg Saint Maurice
Champagny en Vanoise
Châtel
Flaine
La Plagne
La Rosière
La Toussuire
Le Grand Bornand
Les Carroz
Les Houches
Les Menuires
Les Saisies
Montgenèvre
Peisey-Vallandry
Sainte Foy Tarentaise
Samoëns
Tignes
Val Cenis
Valmorel
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Going skiing with your dog

It is quite possible to stay in our residences with your four-legged friend, however, in order to prepare his winter mountain experience as well as possible, we give you a few tips to ensure that everything goes as smoothly as possible for him...
 
Dogs love to play in the snow, but you have to keep in mind that it is not necessarily present in their natural environment. That's why you need to think about putting a little warm clothing and slippers on them to protect them from the cold. You can also trim the hair under their paw pads to prevent ice from slipping through. After a walk in the snow, it is important to dry your dog well so that it does not catch cold and to prevent it from licking the snow and salt off its paws (which could trigger intestinal problems). 
Also remember to protect your pet from the sun's rays. Indeed, even in winter, the sun's rays reverberate on the snow and can cause sunburn, especially on the dog's nose. To protect their eyes, we recommend walking them in the forest so that the light is less aggressive (and also because it is very pleasant for everyone!).
 
In a ski resort, in addition to the long and beautiful walks, you can enjoy many activities with your furry friend: cani-snowshoeing, cani-biking, fat-biking, ski-touring or even skijoring.
Some resorts such as La Rosière or La Plagne are "Dog Friendly": dogs are accepted in many shops and restaurants as well as on the free shuttles!
 After a day of sport with your dog, remember to give him more food than usual, as he will be more exhausted by running and being in contact with the cold.

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