As part of being a Dog Friendly Dealership, we at Frank Subaru would like to provide you with useful information on caring for your pet when planning to take them along on vacation road trips. Below you can find extensive information and articles from the ASPCA:
Road Trips with Pets
Vacations are a lot more fun if you share them with your best friend! Learn how to best prepare for road trips with your dog by reading this informative PDF that was developed by the ASPCA, in combination with Subaru. Learn special techniques such as how to safely fasten your dog in your car or SUV while traveling, and how to calm your dog when he begins to show signs of an excited or unruly behavior in the car. It also contains information on how you can insure your dogs if they become sick or injured while traveling. Download the Road Trip PDF
Training for Outdoors with Pets
Training your dog for outdoor adventures can be fun for both you and your dog! The ASPCA, in combination with Subaru, has released this informative PDF that explains different techniques you can use to train your dog to accomplish certain tasks such as training your dog to not pick up items you may find along your nature trail, teaching your dog how to come when called, hiking games for you and your dog, and how to get professional help if you desire extra training from a Certified Professional Dog Trainer. Download the Outdoor Training PDF
Outdoor Safety for Pets
Many dog parents love outdoor adventures with their canine companions. Dogs’ eager appreciation of nature’s sights, smells and sounds is contagious! But as any seasoned outdoor adventurer knows, it’s important to stay safe while you’re having fun. Learn how to best prepare you and your pet for safety in the great outdoors by reading this PDF developed by the ASPCA, in combination with Subaru. Find out just exactly what you should bring along with you on your outdoor trip and what to keep an eye out for whether you are hiking & camping or jogging & cycling. Download the Outdoor Safety PDF
This and more information can be found at www.aspca.org.