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How To Travel With Your Dog: 5 Ways to Better the Journey



Traveling with your dog is awesome and genuinely enhances the experience, but it can sometimes be stressful. Here are our 5 ways to enjoy the journey. 


Your dog is indeed your and your family's best friend! So take good care of him!

Traveling by car with your favorite four-legged friend is not a piece of cake -- You have to make a lot of arrangements for it, and sometimes you also have to visit the vet.

Dogs love riding in the car, and you will love riding along with them too. It's super fun! To safeguard your joyous moments, here are five things you must do while traveling with your pooch!


1) Traveling Basics

If you are traveling with your dog, apply some basics while traveling. For instance, keep water with you as it helps your dog stay cool, especially during the summer months. Use the air-conditioner, but make sure it doesn't blow your dog's face. It is also preferable to keep the window slightly open and let them enjoy the fresh air.

Make your dog comfortable throughout the journey -- Take their favorite toys, blanket, and food along for the ride! 


2) Use a Seat Cover

Want to travel with your dog but also keep your car clean? Get a car seat cover!

If your pup accidentally has an accident, car sickness, or just sheds heavily, a good seat cover help protect your back seat from any mud, water, vomit, and hair your dog leaves.

Make the bumps and turns easy for your pooch and easy to clean once the journey is over.



3) Have them Wear a Dog Harness and Seat Belt

If your dog is confident and playful, then you surely need a dog harness for traveling. 

Buy your dog a pet-friendly harness, which is easily available in all sizes from the pet shops. It easily fits the dog and secures it in one position.

Using a dog harness and securing your pup with a seat belt allows them to safely enjoy every moment with you in the back seat.


4) Install a Trunk Gate

If your best friend sits in the back trunk area, then you should install a trunk gate. It prevents your dog from an accident or from jumping and being thrown forward.

Make sure the boot guard is fixed with bolts to the roof or floor so it can't be knocked out of position.


5) Have Fun!

Traveling with you pup should be fun! Enjoy the trip and companionship your best friend brings.

Happy Traveling!