Travelling Pets

Travelling Pets

When you choose to take your car or your dog on holiday with you, there are some things that you need to take care of before and during the trip. Naturally, first of all, you need to make sure that you’ll have enough food for the pet during the trip and that it’ll have easy access to water. But you’ll also have some red tape to figure out as well. The pet will need it’s passport and all shots up to date, as well as a note from the vet saying that it’s in good health to travel. It will also need to be micro chipped.

Most airline companies allow pets, but for an extra cost. It should be made clear by the company how much you’ll have to pay for your pet and what kind of carrier the animal will need to be transported in. Some countries will demand that the pet be checked by the airport vet before departure.

When you arrive at your destination you need to be aware that you’re fully responsible not only for your pet’s health, but also for the pet not disturbing others in any way. You might also want to consider getting the services of a car hire company. It’ll be better for your pet if you have your own means of transport.

Traveling Abroad

When you’re looking to spend your vacation in a distant and foreign land, there are a few things you should know. Whether it is your first time going, or you’re seasoned traveler, being prepared is key. Here are a few tips and guidelines to help your holiday abroad go smoothly.


Before you leave, make sure you have everything in order. Some countries require vaccinations before your arrival, many also require a tourist visa. Prepare this ahead of time to avoid last minute disasters that could prevent you from leaving. You should also make a note of where your accommodation is located, and mark important places on a map. For example, knowing the nearest public transportation routes, hospital, embassy, and even landmarks can help you save time once you’ve already arrived.

When it comes to packing: if you’re on a family holiday, don’t forget to bring along basic cold an flu medications that you’re all familiar with. This helps you avoid trying to decipher another language in the pharmacy or on a label when you’re sick. Be sure to drink only bottled water, and avoid using the local tap. Even in the best conditions, your stomach can quickly become upset with the change of water.

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