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8 Tips on How to Prepare Your Dog for a Road Trip

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Longer road trips with your beloved furry friend can be challenging sometimes, so you have to be prepared in advance for anything. 

Traveling with your pet requires some extra planning, not only because you have to take all the essentials for you and your dog, but also because you have to teach them how to behave on the road and make sure that they are ready for the journey. 

Unfortunately, a lot of dogs are afraid of cars, but even though it can be a difficult task, with a little work, you and your beloved canine friend will have a fun vacation together. 

Here are some of the best tips for keeping your pet safe and comfy on the road. Read on to find out more info!

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  1. You should not allow your dog to put his head out of the car window when traveling. The dog can contract pink eye, like humans, or some bug or debris can fly into the dog’s eyes. I’m surprised you did not include this in your article. Vets will tell you to keep your dog’s head inside the car, not out the window when traveling on he road. Joanne Roberts, Beloit, WI.

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