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Travel Smart with Your Dog: A Guide to Safe and Enjoyable Journeys

To make travelling with your dog safe and enjoyable, we've compiled a list of essential tips and product recommendations. Discover how to ensure your dog's safety in the car, the importance of proper identification, and the essentials for a well-prepared first aid kit. Plus, learn about the best travel gear, from crash-tested harnesses to comfortable travel mats, and how to manage your dog's diet and health needs on the go.

Key Highlights:

  • Vehicle Safety: Understand the importance of restraining your dog in the car for everyone's safety, with options like car harnesses and crates.
  • Identification and Gear: Tips on keeping your dog properly identified and suggestions for extra collars, harnesses, and travel necessities.
  • First Aid Preparedness: Essentials for a canine first aid kit, ensuring you're prepared for any situation.
  • Feeding on the Go: Guidance on managing your dog's diet, including raw food and dry food options, while traveling.
  • Comfort and Anxiety Management: Advice on reducing car sickness and anxiety in dogs, with product recommendations.
  • Taking Breaks and Destination Etiquette: Importance of regular breaks during long trips and respecting leash laws at your destination.

For a comprehensive guide to traveling with your canine companion, including product reviews and detailed tips, click through to read our full article. Safe travels and have fun!

Tips for Safe and Stress-Free Dog Travel

  • Vehicle Safety: Proper restraint is essential. Use car harnesses or crates for safe dog travel.
  • Identification and Gear: Ensure your dog has proper tags and carry extra collars and harnesses.
  • First Aid Preparedness: Keep a canine first aid kit ready for emergencies.
  • Feeding on the Go: Manage your dog's diet with suitable raw or dry food options while traveling.
  • Comfort and Anxiety Management: Use products and techniques to reduce travel-related anxiety and car sickness in dogs.
  • Taking Breaks and Destination Etiquette: Take regular breaks during long trips and respect leash laws at your destination.

Read the full article in our Help Centre.

Do you need to take your dog in the car? Just a short trip to the vet or perhaps you are you looking at taking them on a road trip? You might love the idea, but maybe your dog isn't too keen? Listen in to our myPet Podcast episode where we help you get prepared for car travel with your dog so everyone enjoys the trip and stays safe.