Calming Your Dog for Travel

Traveling with your dog can be stressful. It’s hard to know what to bring, how much time you’ll need in the airport, and if they will go potty when you’re not looking! Here are some tips for traveling with your pup that will make it easier on both of you.

1) Make sure to always carry food and water in case there is nothing available

2) Always have a leash handy

3) Bring along an extra toy or two just in case

4) Bring a few treats just in case

5) Think about where the nearest pet relief area might be

6) If possible, do a trial run before leaving home

7) Find out which airlines allow pets

8 ) Get all documents ready 9) If you’re renting a car, ask if they allow pets

10) Try out CBD oil for anxiety relief just in case

11) Check out accommodations in advance that accept pets

The most important thing to remember when traveling with your dog is to stay calm. Dogs can sense when their owners are stressed out and it will only make the situation worse. By following these tips, you’ll be able to enjoy your trip together without any drama!

How to Prepare for Your Trip in Amsterdam

Planning a trip to Amsterdam? You are in luck! There are many things to do and see while you are there, but it can be hard to know where to start. We have put together this list of tips that will help you prepare for your trip with ease. From deciding when is the best time to go, what items should I pack, or how much money should I bring, these tips will make sure that you’re fully prepared!

Deciding when to go

The best time for a trip to Amsterdam is from mid April until early May. With the sun shining and flowers in bloom it’s a great time of year for visitors because there are fewer tourists around and the weather is nice.

Pack for Amsterdam

If you’re going to be in Amsterdam during spring, pack light clothing such as shorts and t shirts! It’s warm so you won’t need too many layers of clothes, but it can still get chilly at night or on a cloudy day so don’t forget your rain coat! You can and should wear jeans and long sleeves as well.

Bring cash

It’s important to remember that Amsterdam is a cashless society, so it might be difficult to find places where you can pay with money instead of your card! Be sure to bring enough Euros with you so you’ll have them on hand for taxis, food, shopping, etc.