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Get Up and Go: The Traveling Pet

Choosing a destination for your vacay is the easy part. It's the preparing and packing all of your things – plus your trusty friends – that will take up most of your time. Since I plan on taking some outdoorsy trips this Spring and Summer, I put together a widget of stuff that you'll need for outdoor fun with your furry friends. From wilderness tours to beach excursions, you will want to take the pet essentials: leashes, food, and toys, but what else could (or should) you pack? Well, let's start with the basics. These Hydro Bowls ($6) are perfect for on-the-go food and water for both cats and pups. What's more, they fold up nice and small, so you have room in the trunk for more toys. Check out my widget below for more outdoor travel necessities when you



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wren1 wren1 8 years
I've got those booties, and my dog looks hilarious when we walks in them! They do work well, though. I've got to get a life jacket. And a new crate.
Renees3 Renees3 8 years
I got my dog a life jacket when we went houseboating. I know he can swim, but he's not very good at it and he hates it, so I just wanted him to be safe. I'd love to get him that doggy backpack thing and take him hiking and stuff. That would be fun
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