Going for Vacations..? Alright, while you may find it hard to be away from your animal for a while, your pets may be more stressed by coming along. Consider their health and emotional needs before deciding to bring them along.
1.Take your pet for a CHECK UP
Prior to your trip, make sure your pet’s vaccinations are up-to-date and obtain a health certificate from your veterinarian dated within 10 days of your departure.
2.Get your Pet A Soft Crate
The crate should be large enough for your pet to stand, sit and turn around in comfortably, and lined with some type of bedding—shredded paper or towels—to absorb accidents.
3.Take plenty of Stoppages on Car Journey
Dogs will need to stretch their legs on long journeys, even if there’s plenty of room in the back of the car. During each break, take your dog for a short walk and give your pet a dish of cool water to drink.You should never put four-legged friends in the trunk, where there won’t be enough fresh air.
4.Never leave your pet in a parked car
Don’t forget that dogs can die when left locked in hot cars, especially on very sunny, warm days. In cold weather, a car can act as a refrigerator, holding in the cold and causing the animal to freeze to death. It really is a matter of life and death.