How to Crate Train Your Puppy for Travel
2 years ago - By Pet Travel
Traveling with a new puppy can be an exciting experience, but it's important to have them settled in and ready prepared before you go. If flying, all dogs and cats must travel in IATA-compliant pet crates or carriers. It is always recommended to restrain your pet when driving, not only for its safety but for the safety of the driver and passengers as well.
Crate training your puppy can help give it a space of its own and will let them feel safe when traveling and also secure in a new location.
Puppies will naturally try to find a space for themselves that's secure and enclosed, where they...
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