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New Mexico Dog Travel Guide

A wealth of information about traveling around New Mexico - and beyond -  with your dog. State and national dog travel guides, dog-friendly lodging, camping, parks, beaches, restaurants, and attractions.

www.dogfriendly.com

 

A Car Ride Safety Guide

There are several things to consider when traveling with your pet by vehicle and this site discusses some guidelines, precautions to maximize your pets’ safety when traveling.

www.myimprov.com/traveling-with-pets-a-car-ride-safety-guide/

 

Traveling by Car or Truck with Pets

Taking the family pet along for the ride is a part of the vacation plans of families across the nation. These trips can be quite memorable and enjoyable—but only if you take the proper safety precautions for your animals.

www.thetruckersreport.com/traveling-by-car-or-truck-with-pets/

 

Fido Friendly

The travel & lifestyle magazine for you and your dog. Features an interactive map search, dog-friendly accommodations, apartment rentals, and other travel information.

www.fidofriendly.com

 

Pet Friendly Travel

PetFriendlyTravel provides easy access to pet friendly accommodations, dog and pet friendly hotels, vacation rentals, cabins, motels, bed and breakfast inns, resorts and spas in the U.S., Canada and Mexico. All of the properties listed on the site are pet friendly.

www.petfriendlytravel.com

 

Pets On The Go

We interpret regulations, dig into the details, and uncover the real deal on pet friendly places to stay with independent reviews and professional advice.

Information on:

  • air, sea, and land pet transportation
  • pet recreational resources
  • pet friendly restaurants, shops and tours
  • the rules for domestic and international pet travel

www.petsonthego.com

dog-in-carBefore traveling with your dog, it's a smart idea to make a checklist of things to accomplish before leaving.
  • Water is always a necessity no matter the weather condition so make sure you have plenty on hand for both you and your dog.
  • Feed your dog less while on the road to avoid frequent pit stops.
  • Bring some towels or rags to clean muddy paws. If you know your dog will jump on furniture or beds, bring a few sheets as slip-covers.
  • Check ahead for daycare and pet sitters before you travel. It's not a good idea to leave your dog alone in a hotel room - a strange place brings out strange behavior and many hotels do not allow you to leave your pet unattended for any reason, kenneled or not.
  • If boarding your dog, bring his health records. There is no admittance without them.
  • Remember the first aid kit.
  • Do not let your dog ride in the back of a pick-up. Road debris can fly up and harm him and in case of an accident, he will have no protection. When traveling by car, use a special safety restraint or place him in a secured kennel. Dogs, like people, can be ejected during a serious car crash.
  • All airlines differ in their policy of flying your pets. Be sure and check policy before planning your trip. Remember, you will probably have to fly your dog as cargo and the weather may dictate what time of year you fly. Be sure to ask the airline if their cargo area is heated or air-conditioned. Temperatures can be extreme. Some airlines prohibit flying your pet during certain times of the year.
  • Bring the usual from home; familiar toys and chewies, water, food, and his dog bed or blanket.

Last Updated on Thursday, 25 July 2013 13:17
 
 
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