Whether you’re in the air or on the road, it’s important to be prepared when traveling this holiday season. Don’t get stuck in a rutt by bringing along some of these traveling necessities for you and your furry friend!

  1. Carrier or Tote

If you plan to fly with your little guy, always double check your airline and airport security policies! Airlines have specific carrier restrictions and additional fees when traveling with pets. Always look for an approved or Guaranteed on Board pet carrier that’s ventilated, functional, comfortable, and safe. It will make your next traveling experience a breeze!

  1. Calming Treats/Supplements

Does your pet suffer from anxiety in new places, car sickness, or fear of strangers? Consider bringing along an all-natural calming treat or supplement to reduce the stress of meeting the in-laws or the long drive home. CBD oils are a wonderful calming alternative as they work directly with your pet’s nervous system to reduce fear, anxiety, and aggression. Calming herbs like chamomile, lavender, or passion flower are natural remedies to

  1. Favorite Toys & Chews

Whether it be interactive puzzles, fillable toys, catnip, or bully sticks, don’t forget to bring along your pet’s favorite chews and toys along for the ride. This will not only reduce boredom and stimulate the mind, but make traveling much more enjoyable for everyone! 

  1. Car Seats & Harness

If your dog enjoys the fresh breeze or a scenic view, consider a booster car seat! They can curl up, look out, and enjoy all the comforts of travel while staying safe and secure by your side. For extra protection, attach a harness to the seat in case of collision or sudden stops.

  1. Identification

Don’t risk your pet getting lost in an unfamiliar place! Keep up-to-date on your pet’s ID tag information before the trip in the event of an emergency. Make sure your tag is easily visible and fastened securely to avoid chipping or breaking while out and about! 

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