We all travel – longer or shorter distances. Maybe we could call our time even the traveling era. Well, there are many travel options you can choose from, none of them should exclude your dog. With a little organizing ahead of time you can make it real easy for your dog to join you and your family on your travels and to enjoy every moment of it.
But there are some points you need to take into consideration before taking your dog on a longer trip. Here are some thoughts.
Travel time is around the corner! Having a dog though makes traveling more of a challenge. While others spontaneously can decide to go for a trip people with dogs need to make careful and time-consuming preparations – and it doesn’t matter if you want to leave your dog behind in a boarding kennel, with neighbors or family or if you want to take your dog with you.
This post is about airline traveling with your dog. In this case you will need to get an airline-approved dog kennel.
There are different scenarios in the life of your cat where you might need a small cat litter box. Generally it is recommended that you should get a big enough litter box for your cat. So your cat feels comfortable moving around in it.
Many cat owners like to start with a small cat litter box though. Kittens learn faster to use a litter box when the stepping in and getting out happens easily. Many of the available models offer a lower side for easy access. Older cats might prefer for the same reason a small cat litter box too.
Bringing your cat to the vet is always a moment of stress – for both: for you the cat owner and for your cat. Well, on the other side of the equation is the veterinarian who has to deal with over-stressed cats that makes any attempt of peaceful approach very difficult. It doesn’t need to be like that.
First of all, to be able to transport your cat to the vet you need to have a cat carrier. It is one thing to get an appropriate sized cat carrier. More important is how you include your new cat carrier in your cat’s life.