Tips for Holidaying With Your Pet

Tips for Holidaying With Your Pet

If you have decided to take your pet on holiday with you this time instead of using the services of “Don’t Fret Pet!” here are a few tips to make the holiday relaxing for everyone…

  1. Ensure your pet has a collar and tag and that your contact details are up to date. Pets can easily escape and go missing in a strange environment.
  2. Take your pet’s food and water bowls and his or her bed with you. Pets like routine.
  3. If you can’t take a supply of food for the entire time away ensure that you take enough food to last at least a couple of days. Your local holiday store may not be open or have your regular food supply. Upset tummies through changing food abruptly are not fun on holiday.
  4. Keep your pet’s grooming and medications up to date before holidaying with your pet. Your hosts will welcome pets that do not bring fleas and ticks along for the holiday!
  5. Ensure that where you are staying is secure for a pet. Cats must be kept indoors and dogs must have a fenced property.
  6. Take regular breaks on your car journey. Dogs need toilet breaks and a chance to stretch their legs, just like us. And make sure they have fresh water to drink during breaks.
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  8. Take plenty of entertaining activities for holidaying with your pet. Puppies can chew holiday houses!
  9. Planning to visit national parks? Then make sure there is somewhere that your dog can stay safely while you are enjoying the park as you won’t be able to take him or her with you into the park.
  10. Check the off leash areas at your holiday destination.
  11. Some pets might be better left at home with someone to look after them or boarded with a fully-screened and supported “Don’t Fret Pet!” minder.
  12. Remember to have fun! Holidaying with your pet is a great chance for the whole family to relax!!

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