Have you ever thought about what would happen if you went on vacation and your puppies stayed home? What would they do? Who would take care of them? If you want to be able to go on vacation and not worry about your puppies being alone then there are some things that you need to consider.
This blog will look at how to handle this situation and what you can do to make it all easier.
Know the Personality of Your Dog First
Good vacation plans for your pet will depend on his personality and the details of your special circumstances. Does your dog love meeting new people or would it prefer to hide away from strangers?
Perhaps you should consider how your new puppy will be affected or if any circumstances could affect their behavior. You need to know completely about your pet before making any plan.
Select the Destination Carefully
When arranging a vacation with pets in mind, it's important to take the destination into account. Not all places allow pets of any kind so make sure to ask your accommodation or any other services that might be catering to pet owners before making the trip.
You'll want to know this before scheduling a trip because if your pet can't come with you then you'll want to find a good place for them to stay.
Many pets are fine staying in kennels. Make sure a prospective facility is both reputable and licensed by the government so they'll require proof of adequate health care before allowing you to leave your pet with them. Some state-of-the-art facilities now offer Fido places to sleep on the floor with other dogs and even have cameras in the kennel run so owners can check in on their furry friend remotely.
It can be difficult leaving your fido at home when you go away, and that’s where our pet sitter comes in handy. They will stay with your pup to make sure everything is going smoothly and help take care of everything from feeding the pets to letting them out for fresh air every once in a while.
Take Your Pup with You
When you go on vacation and leave your dog at home, it's a good idea to bring your pup with you. Plan ahead of time how they'll travel with you and whether they will stay in your room or have their room. If you take them in the car, make sure you have all the facilities to take them on the ride.
The most important things you will need if you want to take your pup with you are
- Portable dog water bottles (Keep your pup hydrated on the journey)
- Back seat car covers for dogs (Make tips comfortable with no worries of stain or fur)
- Dog seat belt (Keep your pooch safe during travelling)
- Dog car booster seat (Give your small dog a place of his own)
- Travel dog bowl (The easiest way to feed your dog on the journey)
When you have puppies of your own, it isn’t easy to go away on vacation. But if you must, there are ways to make it work. We hope this blog helped you find some solutions and ideas on how to vacation when you have puppies.