Showing posts with label pet travel. Show all posts
Showing posts with label pet travel. Show all posts
Monday, November 20, 2023

Preparing Your Pet For Holiday Traveling


The Thanksgiving holiday is quickly approaching! If you are traveling —be sure to take along Power Probiotic to give your pet’s tummy extra support. Pets can get carsick or eat too many treats and Power Probiotic can help. Power Probiotic makes a great travel partner as it can be in and out of refrigeration without decreasing effectiveness. This makes it easy to take on trips or to leave out in pill packs for pet sitters or pet boarding facilities. Power Probiotic is especially convenient because most pets love the taste and its worry-free storage requirements make it perfect for holiday travels.

Monday, March 27, 2023

Are You Traveling With Your Pet?

Are you making plans to travel over Spring Break? Consider including your pets on the trip. Finding pet-friendly lodging has become easier with short-term rentals (airbnb, vrbo, etc.) and many hotel chains offering more and more pet friendly options. You can also research websites, like or blogs like, which have resources to help you prepare for the trip and to plan fun activities once you arrive.

When on the road, make sure to keep water and treats easily accessible. Pets need frequent potty stops and keeping the window cracked can help with car sickness. Be sure to take your pet's current vaccination records with you. It's a good idea to have them in case of an emergency vet visit or if you are planning to leave your pet temporarily at a playgroup facility. Happy travels!
Friday, September 2, 2022

End Of Summer Vacations

Are you taking one last trip before summer ends? Taking the time to type up a clear instruction sheet of your pet’s meals, medications, supplements and health concerns can make a world of difference. Here are a few tips to help keep your pet comfortable while you are away:

* Consider a pet sitter instead of taking your pet to a boarding facility.  Ask your vet, neighbors and friends about who they use when they travel.

* If you do have to take your pet to a facility, ask about doggie daycare.  Even if your pet has never been to doggie daycare, many pets enjoy the companionship and activity that doggie daycare can provide.  Try to avoid leaving your pet in a cage with minimal contact.  If your dog isn't social, many facilities offer extended walks.

* Bring your pet's regular food to the boarding facility (divided into normal meals). Pets can get tummy problems when they are stressed and away from their families.

* Make sure to leave a few items, like a special toy or blanket, that will help keep your pet be calm and happy while you are gone.

* If you give your pets supplements, put them in separate meal baggies to make it easy for the caregiver to administer. Medications usually must be brought in their original bottles prescribed by your veterinarian