What You Need To Carry When You Travel With Your Dog

Written by Terrie Simpson

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a copy of your pets vaccinations and registration

your veterinarians telephone number

a picture of your pet

make sure your pet is very familiar withrepparttar commands sit, stay, and come -> a pet in an unfamiliar area can be - nervous and may try to flee

a towel and/or blanket

make sure your pet is up to date on vaccinations

I've traveled a fair amount in North America and have found we have given emergency care to animals inrepparttar 142774 most unlikely spots: A mother cat and kittens in a campground in Olympic National Park, an abandoned dog in a Texas highway rest area, a mother dog and puppies in California. Plus there always seems to be someone at a dog show who hasn't brought enough water. I've had dog collars get lost in brush and leashes break on beaches. Seems like I'm never prepared enough myself for unforeseen emergencies, but takingrepparttar 142775 above precautions does makerepparttar 142776 trip go a little more peaceful.

About Terrie Simpson: Terrie Simpson is a writer for Super K9 - A Comprehensive Online Resource To Help You Take Good Care Of Your Canine. She has been involved with dogs for well over twenty years and has achieved a number of tracking and other degrees on her dogs in that time.

You can view more of her work at http://www.superk9.com/

Protect Your Pet from Toxic Plants

Written by Michele Webb

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If you suspect that your pet has eaten or consumed any plant that may be harmful or toxic, you should consult your veterinarian immediately and/or seek emergent care. When getting ready to plant items in your yard or before bringing home house plants you may want to researchrepparttar variety first to determine if they are harmful to your cat or dog. One other suggestion: consult your veterinarian to determine what emergency supplies you should have on hand in your home inrepparttar 142666 event of an emergency.

Publishing Rights: You have permission to publish this article electronically, in print, in your ebook or on your website, free of charge, as long asrepparttar 142667 author's information and web link are included atrepparttar 142668 bottom ofrepparttar 142669 article andrepparttar 142670 article is not changed, modified or altered in any way. The web link should be active whenrepparttar 142671 article is reprinted on a web site or in an email. The author would appreciate an email indicating you wish to post this article to a website, andrepparttar 142672 link to where it is posted. Copyright 2005, Michele Webb. All Rights Reserved.

The author owns her own website and is a member of a number of organizations for women Netpreneurs and business owners and lives in Las Vegas, Nevada USA with her two dogs. You can contact Michele at mailto:news@ebooksnstuff.com or visit her website at: http://www.ebooksnstuff.com

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