How to Remove Dog Stains and Smells From Your Car

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There are three easy ways to remove dog stains and smells from your car, using supplies you probably already have in your home: baking soda, mild soap and water, or vinegar and water. Read on to learn how to keep a clean and sweet smelling car, even with ‘dog’ as your constant copilot.


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What to Do If Your Dog Hates Car Rides

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You can train or condition your dog not to hate riding in the car, just as you trained him in basic obedience. Read on to learn how you can help your car-averse dog tolerate—perhaps, even enjoy—the ride.


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Hunting Dog Crates for Trucks: Safe Travels

By: Orvis Staff
Scott McEnaney, of Orvis Adventures, keeps his hunting dogs safe while traveling to and from the woods. Photo by Phil Monahan

You take every precaution to keep your gun dog safe in the field through extensive training and protective equipment. But sometimes less attention is paid to a dog’s safety on the road to an upland or waterfowl hunting excursion. Many people, hunters and non-hunters alike, have a false sense of security about riding in cars with dogs. They allow them to sit in the backseat without wearing dog harnesses, or walk loose in the truck bed instead of traveling in dog crates.


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Moving With a Dog: Tips and Tricks

By: Orvis Staff
The stress of modern life can be amplified when a dog's world is upended by a move Photo by Phil Monahan

Moving is one of life’s top stressors and dogs are known stress reducers. Put the two together and it should be a wash, right? Unfortunately, no. Moving with a dog complicates relocating, and the . . .
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How to Board a Dog

By: Sarah Hall Weaver

Photo by Kathryn, Cambridge

While your pooch may be an experienced jet setter, traveling with dogs in tow is not always an option. Many pet owners must resort to boarding dogs due to restrictive vacation destinations, work-related travel, family emergencies, or major home renovations—occasions when it’s simply in the dog’s best interest to board elsewhere temporarily.


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Does Your State Require Dogs Be Harnessed in the Car?

Does Your State Require Dogs Be Harnessed in the Car?
Does your state require dogs be harnessed in the car? Dogs and Distracted Driving. What type of dog restraint law does your state enforce? Click Law Types Below Yes This state has a law . . .
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