My puppy loves to ride in the car, but in about 10 weeks we will be traveling across the country to start a new life.
Has anyone ever done this before? Any ideas on how to stop him from eating the car.
He is active and loves to swim, but I can't stop every twelve hours to let him swim or play golf.
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In my experience a soft cooling bed can help, either electric or home made with icebags. Dogs get itchy and unhappy if they get hot. I would also suggest getting a harness or large crate so you can make sure he stays in the dog zone.
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A car seat for a dog, that’s brilliant.
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