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When it comes to getting the goods on the best Dog Travel Tips, who better to go to than the Experts? PetGuide.com asked Amy Burkert from GoPetFriendly.com, who travels North America from coast to coast with her dogs, to give us some of her top dog travel tips.
Read all of PetGuide.com's 8 Sizzling Summer Dog Travel Tips From The Experts.Summer is in full swing, and there’s no better time for a family vacation – including the furry members. More people than ever are reportedly planning pet friendly vacations, and your dog doesn’t want to be left out! Though it may take a little more preparation to make the arrangements, bringing your pet along for the fun is definitely worth the effort. Here are a few dog travel tips to get your trip off on the right paw…
Buckle ‘em up! Pets are part of the family and their safety is equally important. That’s why it’s so important to buckle them up. Whether you prefer a seat belt harness or a secured pet carrier, protect yourself and your pet from serious injuries every time you get in the car.
Support Pet Friendly Businesses: Owners of pet friendly establishments have gone out of their way to welcome our pets and it’s important to show our appreciation by spending our dollars with them. Whether it’s a hotel, restaurant, or other business, choose the pet friendly option – when your pet is with you, and even when he’s not.