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Planning Winter Holiday With Your Dogs.

Planning Winter Holiday With Your Dogs.

Planning Winter Holiday With Your Dogs.

The holiday season is just around the corner and the lure of the hills or the thought of enjoying the autumn sun by the seaside is too tempting to resist.While the whole family is looking forward to a joyful and relaxing time, are you worried about your dog? Are you concerned about what to do with your pet whilst you’re away? Don’t leave your best friend behind this winter! There are many ways to make the holiday pleasant and fun for both you and your dog.

Make sure to follow these basic checklist that can help you have a great adventure with your four legged friend.

Checklist Before The Trip:

  1. Make sure your pet’s shots are up-to-date and carry all the vaccination and relevant documentation.
  2. Plan a regular feeding and sleeping schedule.
  3. Keep track of vets who are available near your place of stay.
  4. Consider investing in all-weather booties to protect your pet’s paws from injuries caused by rough terrain.
  5. Bring an extra leash, portable water dish,first-aid kit and cleaning supplies.
  6. Plan the route you will be taking in advance and also the mode of transportation that will be nice for the whole family,including your dog.

Checklist During The Trip:

  1. Don’t overfeed your dog while traveling as it may make them sick.
  2. Stop at intervals and make sure your dog gets time to walk and relieve themselves.
  3. Create a home-like environment by bringing a crate, familiar pillow or blanket and your dog’s favorite toys.
  4. Don't leave your pet unattended in hotel rooms to make sure that there's no damage to any property.
  5. Carry a travel mat, or bed sheets 
  6. Ensure to make the pets wear tagged collars with your contact details.

At the end of the day,traveling is about spending quality time with your dog and cherishing each moment.Don’t let a little cold weather stop you from enjoying a fun-filled adventure! 

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