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Dogs are great to take on a road trip, out hiking, or on a long walk. However, before you take your dog on an adventure, there is ONE essential you NEED to have! Read about that 1 Dog Essential You Need Before Taking A Road Trip, hiking, or walking down below!
1 Essential You Need Before Taking Your Dog On A Road Trip | Hiking | Walking
As pet owners, we want to keep our fur babies as safe and happy as possible, right? If you agree, then this one will be an easy one. When I go on a road trip, or out on the trail, I like to bring my dogs along with me. I love the extra companionship, but I also love to take them on adventures of discovery. Our 4-month-old Labradoodle, whom we affectionately call Chance, is a loveable, energetic, and curious doggy soul. And he loves hitting the nature trails with me. New sights, sounds, and smells are just a few of his favorite things. Recently, I took him to Delta River and introduced Chance to one of my favorite trails. This trail cuts through rustic woods lined with corn fields, milkweed, and goldenrod. Towering overhead we’re shaded by old oaks, elms and the dead standing snags host a few woodpeckers tapping in their staccato fashion, like smallish feathered jackhammers echoing a sporadic rhythm.
Chance is ready to hit the trails, and it’s the perfect Michigan fall day.
Having the right gear when you are away from home is important because you never what you’ll run into out on the trail.What’s better than hiking the woods with man’s best friend? What’s better is knowing you have got some basic first aid essentials.
The Pups & Peeps Road Combo Pack is stocked with lots of useful items. This is a one-of-a-kind pack that has essential supplies to ensure that both people and puppies are safe when mishaps like emergencies happen on the road and out on the trail. For the people in the car, there are necessary first-aid items like a handy headlamp with batteries, a seat belt cutter and windshield breaker, a stainless steel multipurpose tool and a lot more. For the puppies, there’s a treat bag (you supply the treats), a dog first-aid kit, a heavy-duty leash, and pop-up water bowl, poop bags, and one of my favorite items, a water-resistant red spotlight to light up your dog’s collar.
The Get Ready Now’s Pups & Peeps Road Combo Pack is unlike any other vehicle accessory or travel and outdoor essential on the market. The packs are waterproof, clear and the gear and supplies are ready to use with batteries installed. When time is of the essence, having everything ready to use makes all the difference! Other vehicle kits provide tools to take care of the car – not yourself and your dog!
Everything ready to use … batteries installed, no unwrapping. Ready when time is of the essence. And the bag is heavy duty, waterproof and clear. Now, all I need is my dog, and we’re ready to head out on an adventure.
Here’s the complete list of contents:
- 6′ Leash
- Collapsible Water Bowl
- LED Red SpotLit Collar Light
- Pet First Aid Kit
- Poop Bags
- Treat Pouch
- 4-Mode LED Headlamp w/Batteries
- 2 LED Glow Sticks
- 1 Wristband w/LED Light & Whistle
Food + Water
- 1 Millennium Food Bars
- 4 Water Pouches
- Waste Disposal Bags
- 1 Tissue Pack
- Hand Sanitizer
- 1 Mylar Blanket
- 8-Hour Hand Warmers
- 1 Body Warmer
- 1 Poncho
- 1 Tubular Bandana – warm up/cool down
First Aid + Utility
- Seatbelt Cutter & Windshield Breaker
- 46-Piece First Aid Kit
- 1 Pair Utility Gloves
- Duct Tape
- 2 Dust Masks
- 4 Extra AAA Batteries
- Stainless Steel Multipurpose Tool
- Waterproof Dry Bag
And not only is this a great combo pack to stow away in your vehicle, it also makes an excellent gift for the dog lover in your family. For more info visit www.getreadynow.com and check all of the wonderful items available to keep you and your pet safely away from home.
We loved the collapsable water bowl!
You and your fur friend will be prepared for adventure and wherever the road takes you.
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