Tips for Traveling with a Sick Pet

Traveling with a sick pet presents unique pet travel challenges.

You may be over the river and through the woods this holiday season, but if you have a pet who is sick, immunocompromised, affected by cancer, or otherwise not well it can make things a little more complicated. The Pet Experts at Naperville Animal Hospital have you covered, though, with our tips for traveling with a sick pet.

Things to Consider When Traveling with a Sick Pet

It can be stressful enough taking a pet on a trip. You need to remember all the associated supplies, plan your pit stops, and be sure that you have everything that you might need along the way.

When traveling with sick pet, however, the ante is upped considerably. It is important to consider a few factors when planning the trip:


Planning the Ultimate Dog Friendly Vacation

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Dog sitting in his transporterWhile your cat or dog isn’t able to help you navigate, he or she could be great company on a trip abroad. Whether you’re preparing to move abroad, traveling for work or leisure, or just make a visit across the border, international pet travel requires advanced preparation. As part of our focus on pet travel and roadtrips with your pet, we put together the following basics to help orient you skyward or onward to your foreign destination. Also consider contacting a professional pet travel business like Bring Fido to help with your pet travel plans. Continue…

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New Year’s Resolutions And Your Pets

TrainingThe New Year has finally arrived and already its days are ticking by. But if you’re still settling on what changes you’d like to make in your life this year, you’re not alone.

We get it. It’s hard to know where your energies should be directed when life moves so quickly. But we do know that whatever changes you decide to make, including your dog (or other pet) in your plans.. It may not seem like New Year’s resolutions and your pets go hand in hand; but for many resolutions they do.

Here are a few ideas… Continue…