Stress Free Travel with VOSD Pet Cabs

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Traveling with your dog can be incredibly stressful and anxiety inducing! Stress about meals and bathroom breaks and messiness can often cause a lot of anxiety for a pet parent. However, when you choose to travel with the VOSD Pet Cabs, you are in safe hands. Our skilled drivers are trained to navigate the roads carefully so as to ensure the utmost comfort for you and your dog. If required, the driver will stop at regular intervals for bathroom breaks and our vehicles are equipped with plenty of water(we do suggest carrying your own water bowls). On longer trips, our handlers who are well trained with dogs, upon request, can accompany you and your dog on your journey- reducing as much stress as possible from our side.  

VOSD on wheels is a reliable and trusted pet transportation and we aim to do our best to ensure a stress free ride.  Here are some tips we recommend for you as a pet parent to do, so that the trip can go as smoothly as possible. 

  • Preparing a Doggy Travel Kit

To ensure your dog’s comfort and well-being throughout the trip, assemble a doggy travel kit. This kit should include essentials like food, water, treats, waste bags, toys, a leash, and any other items your dog may require. Having these supplies readily available will streamline your travel experience and minimize stress for both you and your pet.

  • Ensuring a Safe and Comfortable Crate or Carrier

If you’re traveling by car or need to confine your dog, ensure you have a secure and comfortable crate or carrier. The crate should provide ample space for your dog to stand, turn around, and lie down comfortably. It should also be well-ventilated, secure, and compliant with VOSD Pet Cab regulations.

  • Consultation with a Veterinarian

Before embarking on your journey, schedule a visit to the veterinarian. They will assess your dog’s health and provide guidance on any necessary precautions or vaccinations for the destination. Take this opportunity to address any health concerns and obtain relevant documentation for your trip.

  • Up-to-Date Vaccinations and Health Records

Verify that your dog’s vaccinations, including rabies and distemper, are up to date. Carry copies of their health records, including vaccination certificates and any pertinent medical information. Some accommodation providers may request this documentation for your dog’s stay.


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  • Packing Medications and First Aid Supplies

Pack an ample supply of any medications your dog requires for the duration of the trip. Also, include a first aid kit tailored to your dog’s needs, comprising essentials like bandages, antiseptic wipes, and other items recommended by your veterinarian. Being prepared for potential health issues can significantly enhance your dog’s comfort and well-being during travel.

  • Securing Your Dog with a Seat Belt or Crate

Prioritize safety when traveling by car with your dog. Secure them properly to prevent distractions and ensure their safety. Utilize a VOSD Pet Cab-approved dog seat belt or harness that attaches to the car’s seat belt system. Alternatively, confine your dog in a well-ventilated crate for a secure and comfortable travel experience.

VOSD provides additional tips:  

  • Never leave your dog unattended in a parked car, as temperatures can escalate rapidly and pose life-threatening risks.
  • Avoid allowing your dog to protrude their head out of the car window, as it can be hazardous due to debris or road hazards.
  • Create a comfortable, shaded spot for your dog in the car, away from direct sunlight and extreme temperatures.

By following these guidelines and prioritizing your dog’s safety and well-being, you can ensure a smooth and enjoyable journey for both you and your dog with VOSD Pet Cabs.

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