Travelling, and especially road trips, are some of the most fun you’ll ever have. If you have a dog, though, this time can be painful because your little companion is far away…
Browsing: traveling with pets
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If you’re taking a road trip with your cat in the near future, you may be wondering what exactly you should do before and during the trip to keep your cat happy and safe. Here are a few things you should consider trying out:
• Practice taking rides before the trip
Cats, unlike dogs, usually don’t particularly enjoy taking road trips. Most cats feel uncomfortable when they’re away from home. All the unfamiliar smells, sights, and sounds on a trip can make even the thickest-skinned cat feel anxious. A good way to prepare for the trip is to put your cat in his crate and take him for 15 to 20 minute car rides a few times before the trip. This will get your cat used to the way your car smells and what it’s like to ride in the car in a crate.
by Kelly Austin
Traveling with your pets can be an exciting and rewarding experience. However, budget pet travel is hard to come by. With airline boarding fees, the cost of supplies while on the go and the expense of pet friendly hotels, many get discouraged when considering traveling with their pets. While many people would love to take their beloved pet along on vacation, many find the expense and hassle of pet travel prohibitive. There are many ways that you can save on traveling with your pets and avoid breaking the bank.