January 30, 2020
You probably realize that your dog, just like us, needs regular exercise to be healthy. Getting some physical activity in each day is good for your canine’s cardiovascular health, keeping their bones and muscles strong, joints supple and very importantly, their weight under control. This is essential since gaining excessive amounts of weight can cause your pet to experience significant health problems, including high blood pressure, heart disease, arthritis and diabetes. However, exercise isn’t only necessary for your pet’s physical health. It also has a significant impact on your pet’s day to day behavior too. This is because canines, and specifically young dogs, have a great deal of energy that they need to expel. If they don’t, it can lead to them developing destructive and undesirable behaviors such as chewing things that they shouldn’t, scratching and shredding furniture and making excessive noise.
Planning a trip can be stressful enough, without throwing traveling with a pet into the mix. If you need to take your adored animal with you, you will need to make certain preparations and considerations to ensure their safety and comfort every step of the way. To help you get started, here’s our ultimate guide to traveling with your pet.