By Nathalie Craig15 Oct 2018Did you know that dogs need holidays too? And no, dropping your four-legged companion off at the kennels while you jet off on your exotic getaway does not count as a holiday for your pooch.So kudos to Visit Victoria who has launched a new tourism campaign highlighting how dogs love exploring regional Victoria as much as much as their owners.According to Visit Victoria it is the first digital tourism campaign optimised to stimulate dogs’ sight and sound, featuring content curated by local pet influencers @MyAussieTribe, @Tomandcaptain, @ChandlerThePug and @HuckAndCo. View this post on Instagram T+C helped make the first ever tourism campaign for dogs with @visitmelbourne. We went fishing for rocks, chewed grape vines and said hello to Kangaroos and cows. Some of the photos are even edited for dog vision. ______________________________ #YourHappySpace #VisitVictoria #Spon #tomandcaptain #adventuresnotwalksA post shared by Tom & Captain (@tomandcaptain) on Oct 13, 2018 at 3:09pm PDTAn extension of the recently launched Your Happy Space regional Victoria marketing campaign for humans, Your Dog’s Happy Space will get tails wagging with a short-break away.You can check out the super cute video campaign below.Dog behaviourist and pet psychologist Dr Kate Mornement said a trip away together not only saves money on the costs of a kennel but can have positive wellbeing benefits for both human and pet.“A new environment is not only stimulating and enriching for a dog but quality time together with a weekend away provides an opportunity for physical exercise, further develop social interaction, strengthen the bond and relieve stress.”Dog behaviourist and pet psychologist Dr Kate MornementRegional Victora provides a beautiful backdrop to a host of accommodation, cafes, restaurants, pubs, wineries, breweries and activities that are pet-friendly. View this post on Instagram Mum can we please take it home!!!!! 🍋 #myaussietribe #australianshepherd #dogsofinstagram #gippsland #oliveatloch #loch #visitmelbourneA post shared by Bj – Django – Blu – Jäger (@myaussietribe) on Oct 10, 2018 at 4:15pm PDTClick here to research your next pet-friendly short break to regional Victoria.READ: The Parisian Hotel where dogs are treated like Royalty READ: Dogs to calm stressed travellers at Sydney AirportDo you clients enjoy travelling with their pets? Let us know below. Other stories you may likeBE OUR GUEST: Daydream Island reopens after a $100million renovationEDEN HEALTH RETREAT: Give your body a First Class travel experience in QueenslandUNEXPECTED ESCAPE: Discover unique spots around Australia and fly there for FREE!