Planning a vacation is wonderful, vacations are fun, but preparation can be quite stressful if you don’t take the time to organize it well in advance.
One of the most problematic questions when you leave the house for more than a couple of days is: what should you do with your best friend, the pet? Many people get a pet, be it a cat, a dog, a hamster, a turtle, a fish, etc. without considering the responsibilities and changes that such a decision implies. The pet is an animal kept for company and enjoyment as it is highly appreciated for its loyal and playful characteristics. But what should we do with it when we want to go on vacation? Should we take it with him or let someone else take care of it?
Traveling with an animal is always problematic. There are a couple of things to keep in mind for a smooth, stress-free ride.
Don’t forget that pets may need to have their vaccinations updated and their worm and flea treatments applied. Also, if you decided to “pack” your pet and take it on a road trip, make sure you always carry certificates and proof that it is healthy. Consider packing your things as your own. Never forget his familiar element from home, such as bedding and toys. All of this will help you feel safe and secure.
Even if you are going to be gone for a longer or shorter period of time, it is never a good idea to have a sudden change in food. Therefore, it is always better to take food that your pet normally eats. This will also help your best friend become a bit familiar.
However, you must be aware that traveling with an animal can be quite complicated, because, for example, most airways or train companies do not allow animals in the cabin and you have to put them in the cargo section. Traveling by plane or train can be stressful for your dog or cat, especially if he is not used to these means of transport. But if you find that taking your animal is too complicated, you might consider giving it to a kennel or kennel as if you were going to summer camp.