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Traveling with a pet is a great way to enjoy your trip, but make sure you pack some necessary supplies for your furry friend. Check out some tips for packing for a travel with a pet trip below.

Packing for travel with a pet

Some general things to consider when packing for a visit with a pet are the degree of exposure your pet will have to various environments, whether you’re taking your dog on a walk or leaving your cat at home, and whether due to allergies or behavioral issues, your pet will be able to handle being confined.

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Below are some specific tips for packing for travel with a pet:

When traveling with a pet, it’s important to provide ample space for them to play and sleep. Try to pack at least one extra piece of clothing per pet, as well as a safe place for them to potty. If necessity requires returning to their starter home late at night, be prepared to let them out of their crate or kennel unsupervised.

When packing for a trip with a pet, be sure to take into account their Vet- recommended specific food items and methods of potty training. Due to allergies or behavioral issues, some pets may not be able to handle traveling with a significant odor. Make sure to include pet-safe ointments, talcs, and odor-coping solutions in your travel bag, and consider bringing a wipes solution, if needed.

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When traveling with a pet, always keep in mind the rules of good behavior. If your pet starts to run away or become aggressive, be carefully consider escalating the situation to you local animal Control. Some tips for keeping your pet safe while on vacation include crate training, prior to departure providing routine food and water, and observing cleaning schedules.

While maintaining an open mind about pet-friendly travel destinations, always check with your veterinarian for travel handlers’ owners’ checked baggage policies. Additional safeties to take into account when traveling with a pet include having a reliable Satellite radio, sunscreen, and insect repellent, and checking the Amish countryside for up-to-date information on legislation affecting the care of domesticated animals.

Now that you know what to pack for your trip with a pet, it’s time to get started!