Road trip anxiety – here's how to prevent it

Email sent: Jul 25, 2020 1:36pm
Pet parents have a few options if their dogs show signs of discomfort or anxiety in the car.
The Ultimate Guide to Taking a Road Trip With Your Dog
Road Trip
After being cooped up for months to prevent the spread of COVID-19, you are probably eager to hit the open road. To help you prepare for an anxiety-free and memorable dog-friendly road trip, we've put together some tips to ensure that your pet stays safe, healthy, and happy on the road.
Things to Keep in Mind
Crated in car
For your anxiety-prone dog, use a crate designed for separation anxiety, or cover it with a blanket to provide a den-like environment.
Vet Records
Be sure to carry electronic veterinarian records (via an app like Pawprint), especially when you are crossing state borders.
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