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Why Should You Take Your Dog On Vacation?

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Author: Anita Funkhouser


If you are a dog owner, then you probably love to spend time with your dog. Our dogs are like members of our family, so it's only natural to want to take them with us when we go on vacation. Here are just a few of the reasons why to take your dog on vacation:

1. Taking your dog on vacation with you can help the bonding process. If your dog is left alone for long hours while you and other members of your household work, then the relationship between you and your dog likely has suffered. Most dogs are loyal to their owners, but if you are often not around, it may be more difficult. You can renew this bond and make it even stronger when you take your dog on vacation. Even if you are home often but busy doing other things, taking your dog on vacation with you will allow you to have more "fun time" with him or her.

2. Vacationing with your dog can aid in training. By spending time together, you will have the time and opportunity to take advantage of your and your dog's undivided attention. With no distractions, you can use it for training and come back from vacation happier.

3. If your dog is with you on vacation, you won't have the stress of worrying about how your dog is doing with a friend, family member or in a kennel. You won't have to worry about whether your dog is lonely or whether he or she will be sick when you return home. Taking your dog with you on vacation allows you to bypass this worry completely.

If you have a dog that likes to travel and likes to spend time with you, both you and your dog can benefit from taking a vacation together.

For more information on taking your dog on vacation, see http://www.gogreendogbeds.com/taking_your_dog_on_vacation/


About the author: Anita Funkhouser is the owner of http://www.gogreendogbeds.com, offering high-quality, eco-friendly dog beds, toys and sweaters made in the USA from recycled soda bottles.

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