As you gear up to visit family and friends for the holiday season, here are some traveling tips for taking your dog on the road. Make sure your pup is caught up on all shots. Plan restroom breaks and pack doggy bags to pick up the mess. Bring dog videos and toys so your dog doesn’t get bored on the long ride. Ensure your dog is outfitted with a good collar, leash, and tags, which includes proof that they have had their rabies shot. Microchipping is also a good idea in case your dog gets lost. And don’t forget the crate when your dog may need some alone time. What dog traveling tips work for you?
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