8 Things I Bring On Every Trip
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Hey guys, I wanted to share with you all, 8 things that I bring on every dog related trip. Wether I am taking my pups camping, hiking, or just to the dog park! Each item below is linked just in case you want one too!
1) Flea and Tick Spray
This stuff is a an actual life saver! It is all natural and safe for your dogs. You just spray it on, rub it in, and voila you’re all ready to explore the outdoors!
2) Expandable water bowl
This is such a great item to have when you are out and about. Easy to fold up and store and easty to unfold and use.
3) A Slicker Brush
I always bring a simple brush just in case my long haired dogs catch some fox tails and what not. If you have a short haired dog I would use a curry brush. Here is a link to that- Curry Brush
Usually the dogs favorite item! I have used these treats for a long time and just about every dog I have worked with, loves them!!
They are soft and easy to break up, great to take on every trip!
5) Fetch Toys
When I bring toys, I tend to bring the ones I don’t mind losing. I buy a six pack of tennis balls that don’t cost much. That way when I throw it and they go to fetch it but get distracted and don’t grab it; I’m not worried about having to go get it.
6) Roll Up Travel Bed
This is actually one of my favorite items. I roll it up and put it in the bag it comes with. I don’t take this everywhere but I do take it when we go camping or when we stay at a hotel. Its basically a sleeping bag for dogs.
7) Martingale Collar
The best type of collars (in my opinion) are the martingale collars. They don’t just slip off but they also don’t tighten so much that your dog starts to choke. Its great for letting them know that they are pulling withought hurting them. It only tightens to a certain point.
8) A Crate
Last but not least, a crate. I take one everywhere I go. I keep one to keep my dog not only safe but comfortable too. Its like having a portable bedroom for your dogs. If you don’t know the benefits of crate training I recommend watching this video by Zac George