Going on a road trip with your furry friend can be so much fun and exciting. Whether it’s a long drive or a short one, your dog’s safety and comfort should be your top priority. Check these tips to avoid dangers inherent during the road trip.
When traveling with a dog in a car, it is necessary to secure travel-rated crates to ensure safety both for your dog and to prevent distraction while you’re driving. Make sure that the crate should be spacious enough for your dog’s comfort. It should be secured in the back seat of a car. If a crate is not possible, look for a safety harness that buckles directly into the seat belt buckle and strap your dog safely into the back seat. If there’s no back seat, secure your dog in a crate in the passenger seat and turn off the passenger-side airbags.
Keep your dog’s head inside. Do not allow them to stick their head out the window for their safety. During the trip, make sure to stop frequently to let your dog exercise and do some potty thingy. Do not let your dog leave the car without a collar, ID tag, and should always be on a leash. Always bring along a human buddy that you can trust to keep an eye on your dog. Lastly, never leave your dog alone in a car.
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