TIPS FOR STRESS FREE DOG TRAVEL

TIPS FOR STRESS FREE DOG TRAVEL

Before you even arrangement on taking a canine on a plane or going on an excursion with DOGS, we suggest you assess whether your DOG is truly intended to be a traveling little guy. In some cases we end up needing to be with them so much that we persuade ourselves that they will be fine, when the absolute best spot for them to be on an extended get-away is with a sitter or in their preferred camp.

PET WATER BOTTLE : AN ULTIMATE NEED
FOLDABLE BOTTLE : A BEST CHOICE

Car Rides 

When going on a road trip with dogs that’s over TWO hours, pre-plan a place to stop for a quick stroll and a water or bathroom break. As much as we humanize our dogs, they can’t talk and tell us when they need a break. Plus, not all dogs love being in the car, so planned breaks at highway rest stops, or even a fun dog park that’s just off your proposed route, are so worth the detour.

COLLAPSIBLE PROTECTOR (BLACK L)

Home Rental Tips

A home rental is usually the way we go as we love the privacy, and let’s face it, it’s less stressful when our hands are tied with multiple leashes and distractions of strangers are all around.

For us, the very most important tip we have when renting a vacation home is doing a full inventory of the home when we arrive. We puppy-proof it, assess the yard and area around the house, and check for busy roads or hazards before setting the dogs free.

A FOLDABLE TENT CAN BE TAKEN TO KEEP THEM PROTECTED

PET COLLAR LIGHT

Secure stainless steel spring clip ,can easily clips to the D-Ring on your dog’s collar. Provide safety for your dogs and pets while it’s out alone at night.

VENTILATED BICYCLE BAG

It is a a stylish and practical pet backpack with professional pet body shape design and perfect curve cutting pursues fashion and portability without limiting the pet.

Plane Rides

When it comes to taking a dog on a plane, there is a lot of controversy about service dogs versus non-service dogs. If your dog is not a certified service dog, please do not pose them as such.

It is also important if you are taking a dog on a plane, to make sure that your trusted veterinarian has given you the green light.

Check with your airline for their weight guidelines for in-cabin pets as well as their protocol for the cargo hold. If you are putting your pup in cargo (which we don’t suggest), check with your veterinarian about getting a calming remedy, and make sure it is within the airline’s rules and regulations.

MESH BACKPACK

FRONT BACKPACK

Lightweight, mesh siding helps keep your dog cool,Water resistant nylon fabric for added durability

BACKPACK CARRIER

Open top pet pouch carrier with legs out and tail out design let your pet feel comfortable and safe while keeping your hands free

These canine travel tips originate from THREE years of experience, bunches of miles of going with DOGS and perhaps a couple “uh oh” minutes.

The recollections you make and the improvement you can give your pack through travels and undertakings are what life is about. Make the most of your next canine travel understanding, any place that may take you!

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