Snoozer Pet Products makes the Stow and Go, which is the perfect car seat for traveling with your small pet. This 3 in 1 pet product is a car booster seat, a pet bed and a suitcase!
The Stow and Go is perfect for the pet that weighs 18 pounds or less. The car seat measures 18″W x 18″H x 15″Deep. By sitting on top of the suitcase, your pet is elevated 10 inches for a good view out of the car window. The Stow and Go is an all-in-one travel solution for trips with your furry loved one.
Over the shoulder pet carriers are very functional and often very stylish. However, sometimes traveling with your pet becomes easier with a pet carrier on wheels. Your pet might be happier riding smoothly rather than bouncing around on your shoulder. Pulling your pet also allows you to carry other bags over your shoulder. Some wheeled pet carriers fit underneath the seat in front of you on the plane.
Wheeled pet carriers are targeted for pets that weigh less than 22 pounds. Some have telescoping handles, while others have leash-type pulls. Some tip to pull and others ride flat on all four wheels.
Pet carriers on wheels allow for good viewing, and they have a safety tether inside to keep your pet from jumping out.
Wheeled small pet carriers are multi-functional. They serve as a car seat, backpack, and tote in many cases.
When the doorbell rings, my dogs bark like crazy. I can’t tell whether they think they are barking to protect the domain or whether the excitement of a new person coming in is overwhelming. Either way, you should get your dog to stop barking before opening the door. Opening it while the barking is going on only reinforces the bad behavior.
Another annoying phenomenon is when your dog barks while you are trying to talk to another person. Instinct says to stop talking and tell your dog to be quiet. Experts suggest, however, that the best solution is to ignore your dog until they demonstrate calm and quiet behavior. You can then reward him or her.
Barking in the car is also difficult to control. Your dog may be excited to see other cars or dogs, or they may be fearful and anxious. A widely held view is that dogs will be more likely to behave if they are secured in a crate in the rear part of the car. This way their vision of the things outside the car is limited and you could provide some distractions with toys and treats.