Dog Travel

by Giovanni

Having a pet such as a dog come along with you when travelling can be good fun and will provide you with company, but just like kids, dogs will get bored! A bored dog will make the trip very stressful for both of you.

Ensure that your dog does like to travel. A dog that hesitates in getting into your vehicle, gets apprehensive when driving or suffers from motion sickness is probably better off at home.

Response from Vicki:

Thanks, Giovanni.

Drivers, how do you keep your pet occupied -- that is, not bored -- while you're driving? What other tips on dog travel (or pet travel) can you provide, especially money saving tips?

For more tips on pet care, please see Giovanni's site:

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Jul 16, 2010
Dog Toys
by: Mick

I take along a couple of tennis balls and other rubber toys for my mutt to destroy. It keeps him occupied for hours at a time.

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