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Traveling With Canines

Author: FidoIntheCar
March 31, 2009
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Most of the time, traveling with your best canine friends means lots of dirty windows, slobber, and perhaps a little bit of Dramamine.  But as exciting as it is taking your dogs with you when you travel, it’s also important to ensure that they are safe.  It’s not safe for dogs to just be walking around in the car; they should either be confined to one area via a wire dog barrier, buckled in with a dog seat belt, or for smaller dogs, held in the lap of a person (not the driver obviously).  Taking these precautions will ensure that should the unthinkable happen, you and your pets are safe from harm. 

When traveling with your dog, make sure to stop for bathroom breaks often; because they’re liable to be more nervous when traveling in the car, canines need more frequent bathroom breaks.  You should also give them plenty of water especially if you’re in a hot car!

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