Gear Up for the Great Outdoors
Ok, so you got your destination all figured out and the stops and potty breaks along the way. So now what? Check out these simple suggestions to make the trip — for you and your travel companion — go as smoothly as possible.
Every Dog Looks Like Its Owner.
But just in case, make sure their tags are up to date and legible before you go on your next trip together. It always pays off when you’re ready and prepared.
Keep Calm and Wag On.
Give your special friend the comfort they need for short or long road trips with chewables specially designed to help manage stress and behavioral issues.
We Got You Covered.
Dogs behave better when they are in a safe and known environment. When you’re traveling with them, make sure to bring something that reminds them of home, like their favorite blanket, so they become more comfortable and familiar with their temporary new surroundings.
Extra Potty Pickups.
Wouldn’t it be nice if dogs could pick up after themselves? Unfortunately, someone has to do it and that someone is you (unless you have little minions willing to help). So be extra prepared with enough waste bags to save the day.
The Magical Superfood.
Anyone with dogs knows treats are magical. Even more so when they are just seven calories each and made with superfood, organic and non-gmo ingredients in flavors dogs will love. Open one of these three delicious flavors and you’ll have your dogs at your fingertips (literally). Next time you go on a trip, don’t forget to pack the treats.
Chew On This.
Need something to entertain the pup during the road trips? Why don’t you bring their favorite toy? It’s another piece of comfort that can help out with the stress and also keep them entertained.
Our Furry Friends Deserve a Furever Home.
During these testing times, let’s not forget our four-legged buddies. They too need the comfort and stability of a place to call home. Support the many local shelters available in the community and share the love in any way you can.
Chase The Heat Away.
With the dog days of summer not too far away, keeping your dog hydrated is crucial. As a rule of thumb, your dog should drink ½ to 1 ounce of water per pound of body weight per day. Make sure you have access to fresh drinking water at all times when you're out and about with your furry one.