Talk to your vet!!Your dog may benefit from a prescription formotion sickness or anxiety!
Getvaccinesup to date!
Find out whether your pet will need ahealth certificate for travel.
Find out whether you’ll need short-term additionalparasite prevention(tick, flea, heartworm).
If your pet suffers from an illness or needs daily medication, make sure you bring a copy of themedical recordwith you and get ahand-written prescriptionfrom your vet, in case you need an emergency refill (lost meds, etc.)
Find out what local veterinary services are available and where thelocal 24-hour Emergency Vetis located.
Call yourmicrochipprovider and make sure that yourpet’s information is up to date.
Take a currentpictureof your pet, just in case they go missing.
Remember topack for them too!
In addition to their food, bowls, collar/harness and leash, you’ll want to make sure they are wearing identification and Rabies tags.
Other items to consider:
LED collar light for night walking. This is especially useful in unfamiliar surroundings, so that your pet can easily be seen.
Destination & activity specific needs, such as life jackets and properly fitted booties for hot, cold and tough terrain. We recommend the brands Ruff Wear and Kurgo for these type items.
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