When you’re packing up to go to a horse show, clinic or daylong trail ride, it’s natural to focus mainly on your horse and his needs. But if you’ll be taking your dog along you’ll want to make sure he’ll be safe and comfortable, too. Here are eight tips to help both you and your dog enjoy your outings: him in a crowd. A microchip is also a good idea---not only can it help a rescuer reunite you with your lost dog even if his collar is missing, it can also help you prove that the dog is yours should he be stolen.
The American Kennel Club and the major humane associations recommend crating dogs when traveling in the car---it reduces the potential for driver distraction, and in the event of an accident, it will prevent your dog from being thrown about or even ejected from the