Plan your route with pet-friendly rest stops in mind. Give your pets regular breaks to stretch their legs.
Pet-proof your car by removing hazards and securing loose items that could be dangerous during the trip.
Use proper pet restraints like seat belts or carriers to keep your pets safe and secure while driving.
Don't forget pet essentials like food, water, bowls, medications, and their favorite toys for comfort.
Ensure your pets have proper identification, such as ID tags and updated microchip information.
Familiarize your pets with car rides gradually to prevent motion sickness. Consult your vet for advice.
Choose comfortable carriers or crates for your pets. Make sure they have enough room to move and lie down.