Use a secured crate or dog seatbelt when driving with your dog to keep them safe.
Have up-to-date tags, vet records, and paperwork with you for travel across cities or states.
Keep water and collapsible bowls on hand for your dog when traveling. Hydration is vital.
Bring food, medications, clean-up bags, grooming tools, chews, and other dog necessities.
Plan pet-friendly rest stops along your route to walk, feed, and relieve your dog.
Use calming aids like treats, pheromones, or training to ease dog travel anxiety.
Review airline pet travel rules and reserve cargo or in-cabin spots for flying.