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- Give your pup a thorough brushing before loading him into the car, greatly reducing the amount of flying fur.
- Pack travel necessities for your road trip like water and a bowl, treats, paper towels, and cleanup bags.
- Unless your dog requires specialty food, don't try to squeeze a bag of food into your already packed car: stop and purchase a bag once you arrive.
- Identify places to stop prior to leaving to assure your doggie can relieve himself and strech every few hours.
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