3. Ensure Your Pet’s ID and Microchip is Up to Date
Make sure your pet has an ID tag fitted onto their collar with your name, address and current mobile number on it. It is also advisable to get your pet a microchip if it does not already have one. This will allow you to locate your pet more easily if it gets lost without its collar or ID.
4. Bring a Travel Crate or Your Pet’s Regular Bed
If your pet will be sleeping in your tent or camper with you, then make sure you bring a bed or a familiar blanket. This will help your pet to feel more comfortable and secure in the new environment. If your pet will be staying outside, make sure you bring a travel crate or kennel that will provide shelter in the event of bad weather.