what's on your summer play list?
see new things.
plan a road trip.
plan a road trip.
Safety first – Your pet is precious cargo. Make sure they're secure with seat belt harnesses, auto booster seats and carriers appropriate for their specific breed and size.
Cover up – Traveling with pets doesn't mean you have to ruin your car's interior. Protect them from dirt, sand and scratches with auto seat covers and hammocks.
Keep calm and drive on – Some pets need a little extra soothing during travel. Try a calming collar or supplement to make trips less stressful.
Eating out – Even on the road, your pet will know when it's time for dinner. Be prepared with a BPA-free, antimicrobial collapsible feeder.
more cruising tips
visit a new dog park.
Extreme fetch – It's your pet's chance to run free! Make the most of off-leash opportunities and launch some fetch balls with a Chuckit! dog toy.
Drink up – With all that playing, your dog's going to get thirsty. Make life easier by bringing a travel bowl that's small enough to fit in a bag or purse.
Avoid a "faux paw" – Don't forget to pick up after your pet. Be earth-conscious with Earth Rated PoopBags. They're made from recycled materials and lightly scented with lavender.
A parasite playground – Use complete pest control that protects against fleas, ticks and biting flies so you don't take any pest hitchhikers home with you.
more dog park tips
visit a new dog park
Always supervise your pet during play and suggested activities. Health and safety precautions should be taken into consideration for all activities. Always use safe handling practices for your pet. Please see petco.com for further information and resources.
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