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Bring Your Tap Water With You

Water — Don't Leave Home Without It

Take that water . . . to go! If your pooch has a sensitive tummy or you're traveling places with questionable tap water, you don't need to buy pricey purified beverages, simply reuse old bottles by filling with your home's tap before you leave so your pets sip the same drinking water as home.

As a bonus before long car rides, I also freeze a bottle and place it near North so he can lick the condensation while in his carrier — it adds baby sips without increasing the necessary potty breaks along the way. No matter if you normally reuse old plastic takeout containers, tote his regular serving pieces, or make do with whatever's handy to offer up that roadside drink, see a couple affordable portable bowls to add to his travel kit in the widget below.

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