What better way to enjoy the open road than with your furry best friend by your side? Here are a few tips to make sure your road trip with Rover is as smooth (and safe) as possible.
The first step to taking a road trip with your dog is to plan ahead. This means researching pet-friendly hotels and rest stops, planning your route around your dog's potty and mealtimes, and packing all the necessary supplies. Creating a detailed plan will help reduce stress for you and your pup during the trip. We also recommend putting in a dog car seat cover to help protect your seats!
Make frequent stops.
Be sure to take plenty of breaks on your road trip so that your dog can stretch his legs, have a potty break, and get some exercise. A good rule of thumb is to stop every 2-3 hours. This will help keep everyone happy and prevent any accidents in the car.
In addition to your dog's food, water, toys, and bedding, be sure to pack any medications or supplements that your dog takes on a regular basis. It's also a good idea to pack an emergency first aid kit with bandages, hydrogen peroxide, gauze, and other first aid supplies. And don't forget the poop bags!
Road tripping with your dog can be a fun and rewarding experience for both of you—as long as you are prepared! By following these simple tips, you can ensure that everyone has a safe and enjoyable journey to these top dog destinations around the world. Happy travels!