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USEFUL HACKS ON HOW TO TRAVEL WITH YOUR BELOVED DOG

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Useful Hacks On How To Travel With Your Beloved Dog


If you are a pet owner, you know that there is nothing cuter than your little pup. However, when it comes to traveling with them on an airplane or even just for a day trip out of town, it can be difficult. The following article will show you some tricks and tips on how to travel with your beloved dog.


Choose an Ideal Destination 

Wales might just be the best destination for you and your furry friend. If you enjoy caravan holidays, there are plenty of caravan parks that allow dogs, including some campsites with on-site dog kennels. When it comes to planning dog friendly caravan holidays in Wales, choose a destination with a stunning coastal view. The fresh sea breeze and sound of waves crashing onto the shore will undoubtedly help calm your dog down during those inevitable stressful moments on holiday with you.



Bring a Few of His Favourite Toys 

Traveling with your dog can be fun, but it's important to bring along some of their favourite toys to keep them entertained. This will help keep him relaxed during the trip. There is nothing better than a familiar toy for many dogs when it comes time for playtime. You can show your dog that you brought one or two toys with them by playing fetch in the hotel room before bedtime. 


Don't Forget His Food 

If your dog is used to eating at a specific time, you will need to pack their food and water bowls, along with the dog food itself. This way they can eat during your trip just as if you were at home. A healthy diet is crucial for a dog. This means you can't just feed them anything when they are traveling with you, so it's best to pack his food and food bowl as well. You don't want your poor pup getting sick because of all the strange new foods that might upset his stomach. 


Don’t forget about water either 

Whether you have a big or small breed, dogs need plenty of freshwater to stay hydrated and healthy throughout the day. Ensure your pet always has access to clean drinking water whenever they need it by packing an extra bottle for yourself (or buy one while you travel if required).



Make Sure Your Dog is Healthy for Travel 

How often should you take your dog to a vet? You should take your dog to the vet at least once every six months. If you want to ensure that he's healthy enough for travel, then you should probably take them in more often than usual. If he gets sick before traveling, this might cause some problems when boarding the plane or ship with them. 


Make Sure the Paperwork is Done 

If you're flying, you'll need to ensure you have all the documents for your dog. This means getting a health certificate from your veterinarian no more than ten days before departure and making sure your pet's vaccinations are up-to-date. If you're driving, you'll need to have a copy of your dog's rabies certificate. 


Traveling with dogs can be a lot of fun, but it can also be stressful if you're not prepared. By following these tips, you can make the process easier and less stressful for both you and your furry friend. Have a great trip!


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