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Traveling with a pet is a rewarding experience,

yet it is important to keep in mind that a little

preparation can go a long way toward keeping

animals comfortable on the road.

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In addition to searching for pet-friendly

lodging and transportation options, pet

owners will want to plan ahead for their

animal’s potential needs.

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Whether a person is traveling by train, plane or

automobile, these tips will cover everything

necessary to ensure smooth travels with one’s

animal companion.

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CONSULT WITH

THE VETERINARIAN

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One of the first stops before embarking

on an adventure with a pet should

always be the veterinarian’s office.

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At this appointment, not only can a

thorough check up and vaccinations be

performed to ensure pets are healthy

enough to travel…

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… but veterinarians can also provide a

few safety pointers that are specific to

animal type and breed.

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CHOOSE AN

APPROPRIATE CARRIER

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Dogs can sometimes travel in a car without a carrier,

but they should still be provided with a pet barrier or

seat belt designed for their size to keep them secure.

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Cats will likely need a carrier in the

car, as will smaller pets.

Those who will be flying should

check with the airline for specific

carrier guidelines.

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Despite the utmost of care, it is possible for the

unimaginable to happen and a pet get lost.

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For peace of mind, make sure

to place an additional updated

identification tag with the

address and phone number of

hotels and other forms of

lodging on the pet’s collar.

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Then, add an ID tag to the

carrier and any other pet

accessories as well.

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START WITH

A TRIAL RUN

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Some animals take to travel as if it is a normal

part of their lives. However, others may display

behavior that is quite different from their usual

selves.

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If possible, pet owners should take a few shorter

trips that can help acclimate their pet to the

form of transportation that will be used as well

as their carrier.

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This can help to identify any potential

issues before they arise on a longer trip.

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PLAN FOR

CLIMATE CHANGES

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If a trip will involve going to another country or state with

a different climate, it is important to plan accordingly.

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For example, smaller, short-haired pets may require a sweater

in a colder climate, and thick-haired dogs may need to be

trimmed at the groomer's before heading to a warm or

tropical locale.

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TAKE ALONG

A COMFORT ITEM

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A favorite toy or blanket can help to ease their anxiety

and provide a source of entertainment while away.

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MAKE FREQUENT

PIT STOPS

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Those who are traveling by land should plan for occasional

pit stops that will provide an opportunity for their pet to

take a bathroom break or just run off some energy.

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Ideally, these breaks should be planned for at least every

two to three hours, and animals should never be left alone

in cars so even a restaurant can provide a chance to let a

pet explore.

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With a little preparation, pet owners and

their animal companions will know what to

expect when the big day arrives.

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Once the bags are packed and the pet is

secured, it is important to relax and enjoy

the traveling adventure.

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Remember that pets look to their owners

to assess how to react to a new situation,

and having confidence will ensure that

everyone enjoys the trip.

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Are you thinking about getting a

beautiful portrait of your pet?

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An artist by profession, Miri's

paintings make a lasting keepsake

of your furry or feathered friend.

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For more info, please visit

Custom Pet Portraits by Miri at

http://www.petportraitsbymiri.com/

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