Travelling with pets
Whether you are going on a holiday or just a road trip, it is important to make sure your pet is comfortable.
Here are our top tips on travelling with your pet:
- Plan your journey.
Plan where and how often you are going to stop. For dogs especially, you want to plan out toilet breaks.
- Start small.
Before going on a long journey, start with smaller car trips. This will get your pet used to the sounds and movements of the car.
- Bring the essentials.
Pack travelling essentials like a water bowl, freshwater and poo bags. You can never be too sure what supplies will be available on your journey, so it is always good to be prepared.
- Seek vet advise.
Just like us, some pets can suffer from motion sickness. If required, our vets will be able to prescribe appropriate medication to make your pet’s trip a lot more pleasant.
Make sure your pet is up to date with their vaccinations. If you are unsure, talk to our team.
- Check microchip details.
Are your details correct on your pet’s microchip? Our team can scan your pet and check which details are registered against their chip.
- Make sure your pet is buckled in.
For your pet’s safety and yours, it is important they are secured or housed in an appropriate area of your vehicle.
Talk to our team for more information on how to travel safely with your pet and don’t forget to send us some pictures of your pet’s on holiday!