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Tip of the Month: Travel

June 16, 2011 by Nylabone Products  |  Dog News  |  Comments (0)  | 
Tip of the Month: Travel
  • To make traveling with your dog easier, compile a checklist of essentials. This may include basics such as food, leash, pills, bed, training gear, tug toys, and crates. Essentials should also include a copy of his rabies certificate and other vaccinations, as well as some “clean up” materials such as an enzymatic cleaner and paper towels. If staying in a hotel, a nice thing to include is an old sheet to cover the bed. Also, making a checklist for yourself (with such essentials as rain shoes and rain gear for walking the dog) will ensure that you and your dog can travel in safety and comfort.
    ~Elaine Coup é, For Pet’s Sake & Memphis Agility, Oakland, TN

  • Make a travel-only dog tag that lists your cell phone number or local telephone contact while you’re traveling.
    ~Sue Sternberg , Animals for Adoption and Great Dog Productions, Accord, NY, and Moab, UT

  • Save yourself from embarrassment! Include on your travel checklist a generous supply of poop bags. You should have two to three per day per dog. Poop bags can be tucked into your trunk or a door pocket to keep them handy. And tie one or two around each leash handle so they are there when you need them while walking your dog.
    ~Elaine Coup é, For Pet’s Sake & Memphis Agility, Oakland, TN

  • Before traveling by car, freeze a few gallons (liters) of your dog’s regular water in plastic gallon (liter) bottles with screw-on caps. Use the ice to chill your cooler, and as it melts, your dog will be able to drink his regular water for your trip.
    ~Laura Dorfman , CPDTKA, kona’s touch, inc., Glencoe, IL

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Excerpted from Top Tips from Top Trainers – 1001 Practical Tips and Techniques for Successful Dog Care and Training © 2010 T.F.H. Publications, Inc. Used by Permission.

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