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10 Must-Have Travel Items For Your Pet

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Spring has come and gone; Summer is now here! You know what that means? It’s vacation time! Every pet owner hates leaving their fur children home alone. Why not take them with you on the trip? Here are some essential items you’ll need to travel with your pet.

1. Outward Hound Automobile Back Seat Hammock Protector

Are we there yet? If you’ve ever taken a road trip with your pup, you know that they can get pretty distracting while driving, especially when they want to play. This hammock keeps your pet contained and safe for the ride while reducing distractions too!

Outward Hound Automobile Back Seat Hammock Protector

2. Bamboo Silicone Travel Bowls

Taking your pet’s bowls on the trip can be bulky. Thankfully, Bamboo Silicone Travel Bowls have a collapsible design that can fold down to fit right into your back pocket!Bamboo Silicone Travel Bowl 3 Cup - Assorted

3. Lixit Thirsty Dog Portable Water Bottle / Bowl

It’s a water bottle and a bowl all in one! Ever wanted to take your pup on a hike but never had room to pack water for them? This portable water bottle can be clipped on your belt or waistband for maximum convenience. When it’s time for a drink, simply release the wide mouth opening for your dog.

Lixit Thirsty Dog Portable Water Bottle / Bowl - 20 oz

4. Dr. Harvey’s Relax Stress & Tension Supplement for Dogs

Traveling can be stressful for pets. If your pup is showing signs of nervousness or hyperactivity, calm them down with this relaxing herbal blend!

Dr. Harvey's Relax Stress & Tension Supplement for Dogs (7 oz)

5. ZenDog Calming Compression Shirt

If you’re not a fan of herbs, here is an alternative solution to calm your nervous pup. This compression shirt swaddles your dog with a gentle pressure to keep them calm!

ZenDog Calming Compression Shirt - Large

6. Bergan Voyager Pet Carrier

No need to downgrade your style just because you’re traveling. Carry your pets around in this fashionable carrier that includes pockets to store all your pet essentials.Bergan Voyager Pet Carrier - Medium/Large Black (13" x 19" x 10")

7. Lil’ Bitz Training Treats

Don’t tell me you were planning a trip without bringing treats. Lil’ Bitz Training Treats are low-calorie, healthy dog treats that are perfect for both training your pup or simply rewarding a good boy. These natural dog treats are mouthwatering and absolutely irresistible!

Lil' Bitz Wild Salmon + Kelp Training Treats (4 oz)

8. Earthbath Hypo-Allergenic Wipes

Adventures are exciting for pets and humans alike! It’s not uncommon to cave into the excitement and perhaps roll in a puddle of mud. With a bathtub not readily available, these all-natural grooming wipes are perfect for cleaning on the go!

Earthbath Hypo-Allergenic Wipes (100 count)

9. Vetri Repel Spray

Warm weather + forests and grass = FLEAS. Fleas and ticks aren’t even the only parasites that thrive during warm months; mosquitoes and other biting bugs are ready to feast too. Keep your pets protected with Vetri Repel Spray to keep pests away!

Vetri Repel Spray (8 oz)

10. Seresto Flea & Tick Collar for Large Dogs

If your pup has unfortunately fallen victim to a flea and tick infestation, Seresto Flea & Tick Collars are the top selling solutions to biting bugs. These collars work to eliminate current infestations and also keep your pet protected from pests for up to 8 whole months!

Seresto Flea & Tick Collar for Large Dogs

11 replies
  1. shaon
    shaon says:

    Aloe plant (also known as medicine plant or Barbados aloe): It’s great to have on hand for sunburns and soothing skin, but certain parts of this common succulent can irritate your dog or cat’s digestive system, causing vomiting and urinary problems.

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    • admin
      admin says:

      Thanks for the great info Shaon! You’re definitely right, aloe is another plant you should try and keep your pet away from.

      Reply
  2. Aestherielle Jones
    Aestherielle Jones says:

    You might as well bring a tracker with you specially if you travel to a place where your dog is not familiar with.

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    • EntirelyPets
      EntirelyPets says:

      Aestherielle, A tracker didn’t make this list but, YES! It would be the most aweful thing in the if you lost your pet while traveling.

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    • Connor Fisher
      Connor Fisher says:

      Do you have any advise which tracker really works? I tried to search for dog tracking device and come-up with trackimo (https://trackimo.com/). I don’t want to buy something that i’m not sure of. If you tried some tracking device for pets, please do tell me. Thanks!

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  3. Jane Johnson
    Jane Johnson says:

    My trackimo tracking device is always attach to my dog whenever we go travelling. This information helps me by the way thank you.

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  4. Nathaniel Roswell
    Nathaniel Roswell says:

    I agree with Aestherielle that a tracker should be considered also in your list. I was once lost my pet while travelling but with the help of a gps tracker, i found her. I’m using trackimo by the way just to let you know.

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    • Karen West
      Karen West says:

      This items are relevant when we are planning or we are in a travel. Glad to hear that Nath i am also a Trackimo tracker user and yes this will really help to find our lost pet.

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      • EntirelyPets
        EntirelyPets says:

        It is worth every penny, the piece of mind that you are much more likely to find your dog and much more quickly.

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