Plan your vacation in advance for a stress-free journey for you and your pet. Some dogs like to travel by car.
If you are going long distance you might want to provide a crate or buckle-up your pet. If you decide to let
your dog sit in the passenger seat, be aware of your pet being hurt by the air bags. Keep your car windows
high, if you open them, to prevent your pet from sticking the head out. The pet can be injured that way.
Be sure you allow frequent rest stops so that your pet can go to the bathroom and drink water. Take the dog
for a walk, on the leash, so it can stretch out the legs.
Don't leave your pet alone in the car when the temperatures are warm. The temperature in the car rises
quickly and can harm or kill your pet.
If you are looking for lodging that will accept pets. Go to www.pet-friendly-hotels.net Select the state,
cities and town to see which hotels will welcome pets.
If you decide to fly with your pet, be very careful, some dogs and Persian cats can be particularly vulnerable
to oxygen deprivation and heat stroke in a plane. Take a direct flight so that you don't have to be separated
from your pet during plane transfers. Pets are also screened by airport security.
Professional Pet Sitting Services offered in the Upper to Mid-Pinellas County Area