Things To Do on The Day
Making a few simple checks and packing some essentials can make all the difference to your journey.
Don’t feed your dog within the two hours before a long journey to avoid travel sickness. Where possible give them a good walk to help tire them out. Also, make sure that the area in which your dog will be travelling is a comfortable temperature.
When it comes to packing, a favourite toy or bedding can help them feel relaxed. Water and a non-spill drinking bowl is also a good idea, while a towel is handy for wiping muddy paws.
Plan for the event of a vehicle breakdown and recovery, just in case. Check your emergency cover to find out how your dog will travel and pack some food in case you’re waiting around.