Petmate Portable Pet Home Small
Petmate Portable Pet Home Small
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Petmate Portable Pet Home Small

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Let your pet feel right at home no matter where you travel with the Petmate Portable Pet Home. Easy to carry & easy to set-up, this essential traveling companion keeps you & your furry friend happy wherever you end up. It sets up anywhere in seconds, & conveniently folds into a carrying case. Made with a heavy-duty outdoor/indoor water resistant fabric. Four ground stakes included to ensure Fidos abode stays put. Climate control window covers on all four sides. Storage pockets for all the doggy essentials. Bed covering a comfortable foam pad. Zippered mesh door & upper side vents that can be rolled up & held open by hook & loop fasteners. Sized right for any dog. Easy to carry & easy to set-up Made with a heavy-duty outdoor/indoor water resistant fabric Climate control window covers on all four sides Zippered mesh door & upper side vents that can be rolled up & held open by hook & loop fasteners

How Do You Travel Long Distance With Pets?

Traveling long distances with pets requires a lot of preparation. Initially, you need to find a carrier. A portable pet house, like the Petmate Portable Pet Home, is ideal. You can have your dog or cat inside the portable pet home, set it down in the back of the car, and be on your way. Traveling via plane or ship requires you to maintain certain standards and shipping procedures. After that, you will have to plan for their meals, which usually means that you have to carry the specific type of food they eat. You will also need to carry the drugs and medications your pet might need.

Can My Dog Sit On My Lap During a Flight?

No, most airlines do not allow you to take the dog or its carrier with you inside the cabin. Even if they do, you must have the dog in a portable carrier and place it in the seat next to you. Long haul flights are usually not fond of having these animals in the cabin with so many passengers. They might ask you to have the pet with its carrier stored inside the luggage bay. All these restrictions are enforced to make sure that the passengers on board are not disturbed by the barking of your dog. There are also flight safety concerns for which authorities are hesitant to allow you to carry the dog on your lap.

Whatโ€™s the Best Way to Travel With a Dog?

The best way to travel with a dog is by putting it inside a portable pet home. Compared to ordinary cages, these portable houses are much more comfortable. The bulky size of these houses might pose a problem if you lack space in your car. Otherwise, it is always the perfect option to travel with your pets on long journeys. In case you are going for a drive, you can have your dog tied down to one of the passenger seats. It will regularly be staring out the window and occasionally put its head out for a closer view of the great outdoors. As long as the dog is tied to the seat or has its seatbelt on, you do not have to worry. Things get a bit complicated when you have to travel via air or sea, as that requires a lot of paperwork and prior permission from the concerned authorities. Besides, not all carriers will be willing to let a live animal on board. And those that do will have strict restrictions regarding what your pet can and cannot do, and how it has to stay while on the ship or plane.

How Do You Calm a Dog Down on a Long Car Ride?

To keep the dog calm during a long car ride, you should limit the amount of food and water it consumes before the trip. Check with a vet before the trip if your dog has motion sickness. In that case, the vet is likely going to prescribe you motion sickness and anti-anxiety medication. Spraying dog pheromones inside the car also helps.

How Often Should You Stop on a Road Trip With a Dog?

You should stop every two to three hours when you are on a road trip with your dog. These breaks are mostly for going to the toilet, and just getting down and stretching your arms a little.

Are Long Road Trips Bad for Dogs?

No, long road trips are not bad for dogs. It is natural for them to have motion sickness, in which case you can always get your pet dog some medication after consulting with a vet.

Petmate Portable Pet Home Small is manufactured by Petmate

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