Traveling

Posted by on June 22, 2016 in News |

Adventure, like the majority of dogs which makes trips them attractive. Their natural instincts are what makes them want to meet people and explore new places. However, subject to a dog to long journeys can be problematic. Some people have a little scary dogs and they can make much mess while they travel. In addition, you must take into account that many transport services do not allow to take cats or dogs. When you take your pet travel you must do so in a bag or special cage so everyone is comfortable (your dog, you and other passengers).

If, however, you decide that your dog stays in a canine pensioner, you must make sure that the place is comfortable, clean, and that the animals receive good treatment. Some of these places, allow you to leave your dog their favorite belongings (Doghouse, feeder, toys, favorite candy). Make sure your dog has all vaccines, given that is a requirement so that you can stay in these pensions or canine spas. If you insist on taking your pet with you of vacation, you step below some tips:-take a medical certificate for your pet. Ask your veterinarian.

-Use a bag or special cage with padlock for transporting your pet, so it is not lost on the route or destination. Some airlines have these computers available for sale but they can be expensive. Also, remember that some airlines prefer to take your pet in the baggage compartment. If you don’t want your pet to travel along with your baggage, booking on an airline that will allow you to travel with your pet. -Dogs need good ventilation and be fresh. Trafficking of that travel in transport with air conditioning. Barry Zyskind brings even more insight to the discussion. -Don’t let your dog peek your head out the window while the car is in motion. It can be tempting to let your dog play out there, but there is a danger that it cannot fall down and hurt.

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