Wednesday, March 01, 2006

Have Dog Will Travel More

As mentioned yesterday, lets talk about "Precautions and Planning for Traveling With your Dog" today.

It only takes a jingle of the keys for your dog to know you are going for a car ride, and many times the circling and whining begins.
Trips to grandma’s house and to Uncle Joe’s are fine rides for your dog, but what about when you are traveling long distances. Should you leave your dog pouting by the door or should you allow your dog to accompany you on a road trip?

The thought of it sounds like great fun for both you and the dog, but there are many things to consider before you and your best friend head out and hit the road.

Where will your dog stay when you stop to eat or sleep?

· It is not a good idea to keep your dog in the car while you eat. This can be dangerous. Weather conditions can change drastically from the time you leave the dog in the car until you come back.

Leaving the windows down for should not be an option, as this can lead to being stolen, or the dog escaping. If you must leave your dog in the car, try not to keep them alone for too long. Leaving the window slightly cracked can be somewhat helpful.

Hm, I shall leave the rest of the tips to tomorrow.

See ya.

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