Vet check-up, vaccinations, paperwork, microchip, and notify for emergencies before traveling with your dog.
Emergency? Pet's medical records essential. Treatment delay avoided. Proof of vaccinations needed for travel or entry to other countries.
Ensure legible and up-to-date dog ID tags. Check microchip info too. Clear contact details crucial if separated.
Prepare dog essentials: food, water, meds. Bring treats for good behavior. Don't rely on pet stores while traveling.
Dogs love going with owners. Taking familiar items like bed/toy/blanket eases stress, makes them calm on trips.
Dogs need potty breaks & exercise. Find dog-friendly stops while driving or ask for pet relief areas when flying with your furry friend.
Keep your dog hydrated with bottled water and a travel bowl. Hydration is crucial at home or while traveling.
Help your anxious dog while traveling with calming aids like supplements or sprays. Avoid sedatives as they can be risky for their health.
Find pet-friendly accommodations to make your trip stress-free. Avoid sneaking pets into non-dog friendly places.
Keep well-trained dogs leashed when traveling to prevent distractions and loss. Unleashed dogs may make others uncomfortable and can pose risks.