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Vacationing safety and your dog
Many will be taking family vacations this summer, and
some will want to bring their favorite canine along for the trip. You will have much less to worry about as you travel if you follow these safety tips. First,
make sure that you pack everything
You will also want to bring copies of shot records and any other medical records that you might need (including allergies,
You may also want to bring along a couple of pictures of your dog. One will need to have you in it as well. If your dog is brought to a shelter, the picture of the both of you together will be proof that you actually owned the dog before it was lost. Have a tag made with the address and contact information of your vacation destination. Any local resident finding your dog may be more likely to call a local number rather than a number that is long distance. You could also include a cell phone number as well. Keeping your dog on a leash when you are out is also very important.
You will have less to worry about if you have control over your dog. You might also want to crate your dog if you have to leave it during the day. It is not a good idea to keep a dog crated for long periods of time, so if you plan on being gone all day everyday during your stay, you might want to reconsider bringing along your canine. Vacationing with your dog can be a lot of fun, just remember that you need to plan ahead. Hopefully, these ideas will help to create a happy, safe vacation experience with your favorite pal.