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Ask the Westie: Hitting the road this fall?

Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Ask the Westie:  Hitting the road this fall?

If summer's too hot, and winter too cold, autumn is just right for an outing with your best friend. Here are some travel and hiking tips along with my top dog-friendly towns to experience all those awesome fall colors that get my tail wagging. To read more detailed info from Banfield Pet Hospital and BringFido, click on the links.

Travel checklist.

Whether you're planning a day hike or a weekend trip, remember we need a few supplies to stay happy and healthy when traveling or hiking outdoors. From fresh water and collapsible bowls to doggie bags and protective booties for more difficult terrain here’s a checklist to help you prepare. Read full article

On the trail.

When you finally get out to enjoy the clear autumn air you’ll want to remember a few things. Always keep us on a leash, allow time for rest and water, and afterwards always check for fleas and ticks. Read full article

Know your hiker.

Make sure to check with your vet before to make sure we’re up on all our vaccinations and remember that ill or elderly dogs are more sensitive to cold weather. Some dogs can spend hours outside without getting cold but smaller dogs should keep outings shorter. Read full article

Protect our paws.

You might want to consider booties for your pup. They provide good barrier from chemicals or salts used on the pavement to prevent ice, as well as protection from the mud. Read full article

Fashion meets function.

If you have a smaller breed, one with a short coat, or a puppy you might want to consider a coat or a sweater for colder weather. They'll look good and feel even better. Read full article

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