First Things First
As you plan your trip, schedule an appointment with your veterinarian to make sure that your pet’s vaccinations are up to date and he receives a clean bill of health. Ask your veterinarian about health concerns specific to where you’re traveling since problems like Lyme disease, certain parasites and fungal infections are more prevalent in some areas of the country.
Can I See Some ID, Please?
Make sure your pet is wearing a secure collar with current ID tags that include your cell phone number. It’s also a good idea to get your pet microchipped—that way, even if his collar comes loose, animal recovery facilities can access your contact information with a quick scan.
Don’t Get Left Out in the Cold
Be sure to call your destination ahead of time and get information on pet policies. Many Web sites offer an extensive database of pet-friendly accommodations. After you’ve selected a place to stay, it’s a good idea to call and double-check their pet policies and find out what fees and restrictions may apply.
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