Photo: This is a no-no. Use restraint and take a trial run.
Photo: Animals share our adventurous spirit, but they’re also creatures of habit so it’s best to avoid bringing them to radically different environments where they’re likely to feel overwhelmed.
Photo: Much like traveling with children, some destinations are more appropriate for animals than others. And just because a place is family-friendly, that doesn’t mean it’s pet-friendly.
Photo: When you arrive at your destination, be sure to give your pet some quiet time to acclimate. Familiar food, toys, bedding and other comforts from home will help your pet feel more comfortable in the new surroundings.
Photo: If you’re staying in a hotel, never leave your dog alone. Even the most docile, well-trained, can cause damage, bark continuously or scare the hotel staff when left unsupervised in an unfamiliar place.
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If you’re staying in a hotel, never leave your dog alone. Even the most docile, well-trained, can cause damage, bark continuously or scare the hotel staff when left unsupervised in an unfamiliar place.
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