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19 products

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19 products

19 products

Disponibilidade
Tipo de produto
Marca
Color
Size
Pet type

PetSafe CPD

R$ 144,59 BRL
 per 

Nandog Pet Gear WP

R$ 439,61 BRL
 per 

Solvit Products CPD

R$ 322,73 BRL
 per 

PetSafe

From R$ 255,73 BRL
 per 

Nandog Pet Gear WP

R$ 550,91 BRL
 per 

Solvit Products CPD

From R$ 194,73 BRL
 per 

Solvit Products CPD

R$ 651,09 BRL
 per 
Sold out

Solvit Products CPD

R$ 261,52 BRL
 per 

Solvit Products CPD

R$ 528,65 BRL
 per 
Sold out

Solvit Products CPD

R$ 155,77 BRL
 per 
Sold out

PetSafe CPD

R$ 305,98 BRL
 per 
Sold out

PetSafe CPD

R$ 133,46 BRL
 per 
Sold out

PetSafe CPD

R$ 100,12 BRL
 per 

Petmate CPD

R$ 161,28 BRL
 per 

Gen7Pets CPD

R$ 294,85 BRL
 per 

Gen7Pets CPD

R$ 244,76 BRL
 per 

Flexi North America

Dog

R$ 103,01 BRL
 per 

Flexi North America

Dog

R$ 179,48 BRL
 per 

Travel | Dog on a Road Trip


Important to make sure you have everything your dog needs for the journey. Here are some essential items to pack for your dog on a road trip:
Food and Water - Bring enough food for the duration of the trip and pack it in a sealable container to keep it fresh. Bring a portable water bowl and plenty of water to keep your dog hydrated throughout the trip.
Treats - Treats can be used to reward good behavior or to help your dog feel more comfortable during the journey.
Leash and Collar or Harness - Make sure your dog has a secure collar or harness and a leash to keep them safe during stops or when exploring new places.
Bed or Blanket - A familiar bed or blanket can help your dog feel more comfortable in new surroundings and provide a cozy place to rest during the trip.
Toys - Toys can help your dog stay entertained during the trip and prevent boredom. Bring a few of your dog's favorite toys or chew items.
Waste Bags - Bring plenty of waste bags to clean up after your dog during the trip.
First-Aid Kit - Pack a first-aid kit with items such as gauze, adhesive tape, antiseptic wipes, and tweezers, in case your dog gets injured.
Medications and Medical Records - Bring any medications your dog is currently taking, as well as their medical records, in case of an emergency.
Travel Crate - If your dog is crate-trained, consider bringing a travel crate to keep them safe and secure during the trip.
Towels - Pack a few towels to clean up any spills or messes, as well as to dry off your dog if they get wet.
Remember to make frequent stops during the trip to allow your dog to stretch their legs, use the restroom, and get some fresh air. With the right preparation and supplies, your road trip with your furry friend can be a fun and safe adventure for all.