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Pets LOVE to be with their families so if you take them along then here is how to keep them safer while camping, hiking, jogging or even on a walk.

Pet Reflective Safety Vest for day or night walking, hiking or camping. The reflective safety vest helps your pet to be seen by other hikers, campers or rescue workers.

Doggie Boots on hot sand, pavement, sharp objects: Pay attention to the pads of your dog's feet. When hiking over rough ground in both hot and cold weather, the pads can become irritated. Dog boots can help protect them from getting sore paws.

If you are going to have your pet around water (swimming pool, ocean, pond or lake), make sure to wear your personal flotation device and put one on your pet. 

Pet life vests are important because not all pets can swim or swim very well.
It's also important to rinse your pet after they are in the lake, ocean or even swimming pool in order to get the contaminated dirt or chemicals off their fur. Rinsing keeps them from getting hot spots or infections; which helps keep their fur and skin healthier

Pets sometimes get hurt while traveling just like us, so a pet First Aid kit is essential. For instance, a bee sting, a cut paw or scrape can easily be treated with a Pet First Aid kits.

Be sure to have a collar/harness & leash. Most states require you to keep your pet on a 6' leash for your protection as well as theirs and the protection of others. These leashes also help you to gain better and quicker control of your dog.

Current and accurate information on the ID tag helps you to reunite you and your pet quicker.

A pet backpack for your dog to wear can hold snacks and fresh water. Fresh water for you and your pet is very important when hiking, camping or walking!

You'll need food, water and travel bowls to keep your pet hydrated. On a trip, it's tempting to skimp on the food and water to avoid pit stops, so make sure to have plenty.

Pet Bed/Shade/Tent: Always take along your pets bed & find shade so they have a place to relax when you come back from a busy and active day.




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