Stop in or contact us to order a doggie cake for pick-up in the store. (We need three business days to bake and decorate a cake). We also have pet-ID tags and lots more items to see and purchase in the store, so come by Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Packing Tips for your Dog’s Summer Road Trip – Doggie Cakes
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Packing Tips for your Dog’s Summer Road Trip


Here is a list of somethings to bring:

  • Food and Treats – Traveling can be wary on your pets tummy, so make certain that you pack enough of their usual brand of food for the whole trip plus a little extra. For canned food – don’t forget the can opener!
  • Drinking Water – If your pet’s stomach is easily upset, it pays to take drinking water from home with you.
  • Food and Water Bowls – portable bowls pack easily and are great, especially  at those often the beaten trail rest stops.
  • Proof of vaccinations and your pet’s health records – you’ll need these at some of the dog parks, campgrounds or hotels.
  • Don’t forget to take your vet’s telephone number, and the telephone number for the National Animal Poison Control Center: (888) 426-4435.
  • Current Identification Tags – Of course you’ll want to include your cell phone number, or other phone number where you can be reached while you are away on your pets tags.
  • Photos of your pet – A current photo can make it easy to create posters quickly, in case your pet gets separated from you.
  • A couple of rolls of paper towels and some carpet cleaner – for muddy paws and other messes. Not that this would ever happen.
  • A towel – in case of rain, or after swimming.
  • Your pet’s bed and a couple of toys – Spending the night in unfamiliar places can be scary so their things can make them more comfortable.
  • All their medications, vitamins, supplements, etc.
  • Plastic bags to pick up after them along the way.
  • First aid kit.
  • Pet insect repellent and sunscreen.
  • Leash – Many places require your pet be on a leash no longer than six feet.
  • Your camera – you’ll want to capture these memories.

Trina Messano
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