Traveling with your pet over a long weekend? Sounds like a great idea! We put together some simple recommendations to help set yourself up for a stress free trip:

First, research vet clinics along your route and get quotes for their services. It may sound like an extra task on your to-do list, but it could be a life saver! This will help you be prepared in the case of an emergency or if there is a need for a walk in visit. Nothing like unplanned expense to deplete your fun money!  We also suggest that you carry a “pet” first aid kit, any important medical records and make sure that your pet has a name tag or microchip with your current contact information.

Secondly, you’ll want to consider the nature of your pet. Does it get anxious or sick during travel? If you don’t travel often, you may unknowingly put your pet under stress. Pack extra blankets or invest in a traveling crate so that your pet feels secure. Lavender essential oil is a great option and natural way to calm the nerves while on the road! Additionally, if you are traveling by car, make sure that Fido is buckled up! Many states require pets to be safely restrained during travel. This includes harnesses, car seats or backseat barriers. We carry a variety of products that keep pets safe while on the road!

In Conclusion:

Lastly, it’s always a good idea to bring “extras” if your destination requires a little more drive time. Waste bags, cleaning wipes, toys and treats will go quickly if you have a long trip. If you are traveling light, there are many convenient, durable, and travel friendly accessories like the H2O4K9 water bottle that will simplify your packing list. We hope you enjoy your holiday weekend with friends, family and pets! Don’t forget to subscribe to our newsletter for special coupons and to get notified when products go on sale!

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