Pet Travel Tips
Ticks and other hazards:
While hiking beware of ticks. It is important to stay on the marked trails and out of the meadow grasses to avoid ticks and comply with The Sea Ranch Association Rules and Regulations for the community of The Sea Ranch. Do be sure to check your pet (and yourselves) for ticks after your hikes before entering Abalone Bay. Learn more about ticks in Sonoma County from this pdf booklet .
Keep Pets With You: Pets should be with you as much as possible during your stay so they do not bark and whine longingly for you or get into mischief while you are away. If you must leave a pet alone, we recommend leaving them outside in the courtyard, or in a pet crate or cage designed for them. Learn more: Telegraph News- Dogs left at home alone ‘as traumatised as children’
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MORE HELPFUL HINTS FOR PET TRAVEL
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Our Vizsla, Natasha Rose with her seatbelt on is ready for travel!
Pet Travel is Easy!
Your dog has been working so hard all year, how could you not take her on vacation with you? If you think it’s too much of a hassle, you’re wrong. Many online Vacation Rental sites such as Dwellable.com wants to make vacationing easy for the whole family, beginning with offering a “pet friendly” filter on our vacation home rental search engine. But they don’t stop there. They’ve also got some awesome pet travel tips for to make bringing your dog on vacation a breeze. We all know that everything is better when there’s a mutt by your side.
Taking your dog along can make the family vacation more fun for everyone, if you plan carefully. Here are some trip tips to make traveling with your dog enjoyable
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GoodCall® researchers have simplified the process of travel and moving pets. Website includes a map which offers a listing of the laws by state for moving with dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, ferrets, and horses. The data comes from information from the American Veterinary Medical Association.