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As you are packing your bags, feel free to pack your pet’s as well. Whatever mode of transportation you’re taking, you’ll both be particularly well prepared with these tips from Martha Stewart Pets.
Greg Kleva, trainer and host of "It's a Dog's Life," on Martha Stewart Living Radio, recommends familiarizing your pet with their carrier, since most transportation requires one. Leave it out and open for a few weeks before you depart.
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Some pets are prone to motion sickness. Calming a pet's nerves with toys or treats, cracking a window for fresh air, and taking rest stops every few hours can help while traveling. For serious car sickness, your vet may recommend a medication.
From $5, petsmart.com
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A New Kind of Hammock
Protect your car from dander and dirt and enjoy traveling with your four-legged friend. The Martha Stewart Pets car seat hammock can be used as a protective cover for multiple areas in the car. The machine washable fabric makes cleanup easy.
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Precious Cargo, Indeed
If you have air travel on your horizon, don’t forget to identify your most precious piece of luggage. The Martha Stewart Pets Bone Luggage Tag is designed to identify your dog's crate. It can also easily be adapted as an ID tag for a collar.
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Grooming On the Go
Since you pack a cosmetic bag for yourself, you might want to bring something similar for your pet. The Martha Stewart Pets Grooming Tote holds grooming and bath supplies neatly in one place.
From $12, petsmart.com
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Don’t Forget Details
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Dog feeling down? You may not have access to a 24-hour vet when you travel far from home, so knowing how to make these DIY remedies is essential in soothing minor ailments like bee stings and tummy aches.