Car Travel Tips for Puppies
Friday, 13 May 2022
Top Tips for Travelling With Your Puppy in the Car
If you’re planning to bring your puppy in the car for the first time or your puppy has already been a passenger but is a bit of a back seat driver, these car travel tips for puppies can help make the journey a safe one. Whether or long or short trip, driving while distracted by your puppy can be dangerous so consider the Adaptil range to calm an excited puppy. A list of stockists can be found here.
More Advice for You & Your Puppy
Some puppies may also feel more reassured in a travel kennel or carrier. Alternatively, use a leash or a harness to attach to the seat belt, to restrain your puppy for safety reasons. This will prevent them from moving around in the vehicle.
Whether in a kennel or not, provide your puppy with a comfortable blanket and toys.
Some puppies can be affected by motion sickness. Try not to feed your puppy for at least 4 hours before travelling (but do not limit water)
Keep the vehicle well ventilated. Never leave your puppy unattended in the car on a warm day.
Use ADAPTIL Junior to reassure your puppy also in the car