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Whether you’re traveling with a small dog or a big dog, it’s important to take precautions to make sure your travels are as safe as possible for both you and your pet. Here are a few tips to keep your furry friend safe on your next trip:

1. Bring a meals plan. If your pup is not used to being away from his or her food, bring food that you know your dog loves and know you won’t have to worry about going days without food. The same goes for water.

2. Planning ahead. No matter how excited you are to travel with a small dog, it’s important to do your research FIRST. schedule your travels around your dog’s availability and ensure that you have time to play and explore the area.

Woman with dog in forest

3. Know your dog’s medical history. Make sure you know everything about your dog’s health. There are a lot of questions you may not know the answer to and that can lead to problems. Veterinarians can help you with this information.

4. Be prepared. Many small dog owners think that they don’t need anything else, but this is not always the case. Make sure you have everything you need (food, water, toys, leash,etc.), and plan accordingly.

5. Have fun! If you are traveling with a small dog, make sure to have some fun. Try new things and explore your surroundings. This will help make your travel with a small dog that much more enjoyable.