Our bags are packed and we are headed to Oregon for the weekend!
In preparation for this trip we had to get a Rabies vaccination certificate, minimum 30 days prior to our border crossing date. This certification is valid for 3 years.
When going away with the dogs where keeping their raw food at proper temperature poses an issue, I purchase and feed them an alternative. For this trip they will be eating The Honest Kitchen. This is going to be the first time eating this particular brand. In the past I have fed them Smack when camping. The only reason I did not go with Smack this time around is that I don’t know if I will have any issues at the border because it is a Canadian product. The Honest Kitchen is made in California so chances of coming across with any problems are slim.
Here’s what we’ll bring:
• 2 collapsible food bowls
• Collapsible water bowl
• One box of The Honest Kitchen no grain turkey
• No pull harness with attached ID tags
• Ruffwear Web Master Harness
• Ruffwear Stackline Leash
• Hurtta Raincoats
• First Aid Kit
• Canned Organic Pumpkin
• Fold down Noz2Noz soft crates
In addition, I like to carry Pumpkin with me on trips because if during travel they have an upset stomach I can give them a spoon of pumpkin. I also use it in Kongs when in their crates.
I have many leashes, I chose the Ruffwear Stackline for this trip because we’re going somewhere new and not knowing where we will go that require dogs on leash makes this leash a great choice because you just strap it around your waist and remain hands free. Due to the nature of this trip, they will mostly be wearing their Ruffwear Web Master Harness – great for those outdoor adventures!
The fold down Noz2Noz crates are perfect for travelling as they are compact for having in the car, as well as, lightweight to carry around and easy set up for bed time.
Be sure to check back for an update on the upcoming adventure!