We all love going on holiday, especially when we get to take our four-legged friend, somehow it makes the holiday more complete. So with that being said, what do you pack? Well…
Don’t want to over pack the car? Take enough for the first few days and research local pet food stores around the cottage.
The average dog needs to drink between 60mm to 120mm of water per kilogram. Top tip – Take a filled a water bottle for the journey and then simply re-fill for days out!
Save space! Well known pet retailers now stock collapsible silicone bowls
It’s their fastest ticket home, if anything was to happen!
Even if your dog is well trained, there are beaches and parks where they are required. We find the retractable kind very handy!
It has to be done, you don’t need us nagging you about them!
Whether balls are their thing, tugs ropes or maybe they like the annoying, squeaky stuffed animals - make sure it travels with you.
Give them something that focuses them in the new but exciting environment.
Best they chew them than the cottage furniture!
Great for drying them off after a swim and even doubles as a furniture cover
emoves dry mud and matted fur and comes in handy for cleaning their tummy!
A home away from home as they may not immediately settle in a strange new place
First aid kit
Motion sickness/medication if needed
Paper towels/wet wipes for mishaps
Dog booties for protecting their paws
Sunshade for the car
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