THANK YOU

January 24th, 2015

We would like to say THANK YOU to all of our customers that made 2104 a great year for us. We loved meeting you and all your “pups” at the events we were able to  attend. We look forward to seeing you again this year! We will be back in Louisville, Ky. in March and in April we will be in Jacksonville FL. for the CPE Agility Nationals. If you or your club has a show, competition, or trial let us know!!

We also love seeing all the adorable furry friends we have met along the way, so post some photos on our Facebook page.

Wishing all of you safe and happy travels!!!!

INTERNATIONAL ORDERS

June 18th, 2014

We will be happy to get a shipping quote for you on all international orders. Please contact us at info@doggybaggage.com.

For all US orders we charge a flat rate of $8.95.

PERSONALIZE YOUR DOGGY BAGGAGE

June 4th, 2014

IMG_0402       We can personalize any size bag with stunning

embroidery!

Only $10.00 for up to 8 letters. Call us for details

904-282-2839 (8-5 EDT) or

email us at info@doggybaggage.com

 

 

Letter From Veterinarian, Dr. Michelle Stallions

November 27th, 2009

Traveling with your dog or cat can be fun for you and your pet.  Preparation is key to keeping stress to a minimum.  Below is a general check list of items to pack for your furry friend:

* Fresh water (screw top water bottles will work well)
* Water bowl
* Food
* Food bowl
* Leash
* Bedding (or towel or blanket)
* Toy(s)
* Medication (remember heartworm preventative and flea control)
* Tranquilizers or motion sickness medication, if necessary (discuss with your veterinarian before travel)
* Copy of veterinarian record including vaccination history and your veterinarians name and phone number.  Rabies vaccine is required by law)
* Certificate of Veterinary Inspection for Interstate Movement (if traveling by plane, bus or train)
* Identification (tag, collar, microchip, tattoo)
* Recent photo of your pet
* Doggie waste bags (for easy clean-up and disposal)
* Consolidating all your dog or cat’s gear into one bag maintains organization
* Most pets that are prone to motion sickness do better when not fed prior to travel.  For those pets that are especially nervous, discuss options with your veterinarian to lessen their anxiety.
* Many hotels allow pets.  Check with your destination for pet friendly accommodations
* When you are prepared and relaxed, your pet will be too.
* Have fun!

Dr. Michelle A. Stallions
Green Cove Animal Hospital
3363 Highway 17 N.
Green Cove Springs, FL 32043

Pet Travel Tips

November 27th, 2009
Travel in style with our multifunctional pet travel bags!

Travel in style with our multifunctional pet travel bags!

1) Before you hit the road, make sure your pet is healthy.  If you are flying, you will need a health certificate from your vet.  You will also need to make sure your pet is up to date on all shots before you begin your journey.  Take all these records with you!

2) An ID collar with your name and cell number is a necessity when traveling.  This can be the easiest and fastest way for someone to return a lost pet in an unfamiliar area.  Also, take a couple of pictures of your pet in case you need to make flyers.

3) Confine your pet when traveling.  A crate, or seat harness, will make the trip safer for you and your pet.

4) Pack all of your pet’s travel necessities in Doggy Baggage for a safe, happy and hassle free journey!