Quick Advice On Travelling With Pets

According to AAA, over 25,000 accidents are due to unrestrained dogs. This shows how important it is to restrain your dog when you are traveling with it. You can purchase a pet seat belt that will keep your dog safe as you drive.

When planning for a long distance journey with your pet, ensure that you have taken him on trial rides to determine if he gets car sick. If you find that he does, take him to vet who will prescribe some medication that will help throughout the journey.

According to the body, American Veterinary Medical Association, you are supposed to make stops at intervals of between 2-3 hours. This helps the dog to stretch out and relax in readiness for the ongoing trip. Never let your dog stick their head out of the car as they risk having ear damage.

We here at Lithia Toyota of Medford have focused on customizing or vehicles for pet owners who would love to travel with their pets.

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