Clean cars and canines – it is possible!
Pets are part of the family and come almost everywhere with us, but that doesn’t mean that we love their dirty paws all over the inside of our vehicle. Thanks to Canine Car Seat and Door Protectors, a messy adventure of travelling with our pets doesn’t mean having to detail your car when you get home.
Travelling with pets
Car Door Protectors are easy to install and protect against wet, muddy paws as well as sharp claws. Car Seat Protectors mean it’s okay if your dog goes for a dip in the lake. Their micro suede material has a waterproof backing. This protects against mud and muck. What is that on his paws anyways?!
They also prevent your back seat from getting completely covered in dog hair. Seat Protectors are designed to fit whether you drive a car, truck or SUV. Its centre zipper means you can seat someone next to your dog in the backseat. Although we can’t guarantee they will stay clean and dry.
Pet safety first
It’s all fun and games until someone gets hurt, or so the saying goes. Be prepared for your adventures by bringing along a Pet First Aid Kit. Available in two sizes, one is perfect to leave in the vehicle and the smaller travel size conveniently clips onto your dog’s leash or your belt buckle. It’s only a matter of time before something happens, don’t let it ruin your day.
Speaking of ‘safety first’ keeping your dog restrained while in the vehicle is easy to do with a Vest Harness. Simply slip the seat belt through the loop on the back of the harness and your dog can sit or lie down comfortably.
This non-choking harness also prevents distractions in case your dog suddenly decides he wants to ride shotgun. Travelling with pets should be both fun and safe.
This article about travelling with pets was originally written for the RC Pets 2018/2019 Product Catalogue and can be found on page 79.
For more tips on road-tripping, check out How to Plan an Epic Road Trip. And if you’re travelling with your dog and find yourself in Arkansas, check out this awesome spot that has both puppies and pints in Little Rock.
For more tips on road-tripping, check out How to Plan an Epic Road Trip.