EQUUS - - An Special Section Spring 2016 -

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

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