•If you’re traveling to an unfamiliar area, ask your vet to recommend a vet in that location. Research the pet ERs in the area as well.
•Have your pet microchipped. Be sure to provide two current phone numbers as your contact information and upload a photo of your pet.
•Make sure your pet wears a collar and tag imprinted with your name and phone number, as well as a temporary travel tag with your destination phone.
•Ask your vet if sedatives are an option for your pet.
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