Road trips make the best vacations, and traveling alone with your pet gives you special time to bond. With these tips, you’ll be prepared so you and your furry travel buddy both enjoy the ride!
“The love of a pet is a pure thing. it gives you a trust which is total. You must not betray it.”
Plan Your Route
Once you’ve decided on a destination, the next step is to plan your course. The Resumé trip planner is a great place to start, allowing you to map the route and identify pet friendly accommodations, restaurants, attractions, and dog parks along the way.
If your trip involves overnight stays, don’t leave your lodgings to chance. You don’t want to pull into a hotel after a long day behind the wheel to find they’re completely booked. And, just before you begin your trip, call again confirm their pet policy and your reservations. Sneaking your pet into a hotel that’s not pet friendly isn’t worth the risk when you’re traveling alone.
Once your plans are squared away, be sure to share them with a friend or family member. Give them your planned route and the telephone numbers of the places you’ll be staying. Throughout your trip, be sure to keep in touch with at least one person. Let them know where you are and if you’ve had to make any adjustments to your route or schedule.
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