Who’s ready for a car ride?

We all know the excitement our pets get when they get to go for a car ride, here are a few tips and essentials to have with you for your adventures.

Road Trip Safety

    1. Secure your pet properly. Pets should be secured in a crate or a harness that is attached to the seat belt. This will prevent them from being thrown around in case of an accident.
    2. Take frequent breaks. It’s important to take frequent breaks to allow your pet to stretch their legs, get some exercise, and use the bathroom. This will also help prevent your pet from becoming anxious or stressed.
    3. Never leave your pet alone in the car. Leaving your pet alone in the car, even for a short period, can be dangerous. Temperatures inside a car can quickly become too hot or too cold, which can be life-threatening to your pet.
    4. Pack enough food and water. Be sure to pack enough food and water for your pet, and make sure to bring along any medications or supplements that they may need.
    5. Keep your pet entertained. Bring along toys, treats, and other items to keep your pet entertained during the trip. This can help prevent boredom and anxiety, and make the trip more enjoyable for everyone.
    6. Be prepared for emergencies. Have a first-aid kit on hand, and make sure you know where the nearest emergency vet clinic is located. In case of an emergency, time is of the essence, so being prepared can help ensure a positive outcome.
    7. Plan ahead for accommodations. Not all hotels and vacation rentals are pet-friendly, so be sure to plan ahead and book accommodations that allow pets. This will make the trip much less stressful for you and your fur baby!
Vixie ready with all the essentials in our First Aid kit for the car.



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