3 Tips for Keeping You and Your Pup Safe While You’re on the Road

On the Road With Your Pet Dog Travel Tips!

We know that you love taking your dog on trips and little car rides. Not only do you enjoy having your best friend along for the ride, but any car trip is like a mini adventure for your furry best friend.   Whether you are just running to the grocery store or on your way to a great hiking trail, every car ride offers a new and exciting experience for them. While these car rides offer a great way for you to enjoy your pup’s company, it is still important to ensure that you and your dog are also safe … Continue reading

Brand New 4Knines “About Us” Video Released!

4knines seat covers

We are so excited to share our brand new 4Knines About Us video with you all. This video really captures the essence of what we believe in and what we sell… Premium, heavy duty seat covers that make traveling with your best friends easier. Our seat covers, cargo liners and front seat covers look great in your vehicle while providing superior protection for your pet. Please take a look and share with your friends if you feel so inclined. Because, nothing but the best for your best friend. <3

3 Necessary Things to Consider When Traveling With Your Pets

Traveling With Your Pets and Tips If They Need to Come Along or Not

Obviously, I love animals so it should be equally obvious that I love my pets. I also love to travel. Therefore, if I can travel with my pets (primarily my dogs), life is perfect.   When I am considering taking my pets, I have to consider a number of questions. Will my pets enjoy the trip, is the trip appropriate for my pets and how to best prepare for the trip? 1. Will my pet enjoy this trip? To determine if my pets will enjoy the trip I have to consider many things such as how we will be traveling. … Continue reading

Car Rides With Your Pup Don’t Have to Be So Ruff

Car Rides and Traveling With Your Pet Dogs: How to Make It Easy…

In our most recent blog, we discussed ways you can keep you and your dog safe while you are on the road. Since then, some of our readers have asked us for some advice on how they can help their pups become more comfortable with and enjoy their car rides.   While every dog is unique and handles traveling differently, we have a few tips and tricks that might help make traveling a little more comfortable for you and your pup. 1. Make it Fun Making your dog comfortable with car rides all starts when they are young. Of course … Continue reading

What Every Pet Parent Should Keep in Their Car

What Every Pet Parent Should Keep in Their Car

If you are like me, most of your weekend or weekday activities include doing something with your dog (As a matter of fact, I took Rooney to a baby shower this past weekend because it was in a park). Examples Include: Your dog accompanying you on road trips Your dog accompanying you on hiking trips Your dog commuting to work with you Your dog attending all family functions If any of the examples above speak to you, you want to make sure that you are prepared while traveling with your dog in the car. Therefore, I put together the following list: … Continue reading

15 Dog Experts Share Their #1 Tip to Make Traveling With Your Dog Easier

Traveling With Your Dog: Dog Experts and Dog Tips...

Traveling with your dog can be a stressful experience, so we’ve asked 15 of our favorite dog experts to share their #1 tip to make it easier and more enjoyable! Find out what they are below. 1. Jenna Drady – http://www.ownedbyahusky.ca/ My #1 tip for traveling with dogs is – EXERCISE! Exercising your dog before traveling – and during – can make a huge difference in your trip. Take your dog for a walk (or run if possible)v at every “pit stop” and/or break that you take on the road.   2. Amy Burkert – http://www.gopetfriendlyblog.com/author/aburkert/ Our #1 tip is … Continue reading

3 Important Reasons Dogs Need to Be Inside a Crate In a Car

Crate Advantages for Your Pet Dog

While some animal activists may condemn the practice of crate training, I beg to disagree with their complaints about this common practice.   Organizations like PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) compare placing dogs in these temporary enclosures to putting them into prison. They point out cruel training techniques and keeping animals confined for long periods of time, but that’s the owner’s fault and not how many canines feel about being in a crate. Since dogs are inherently “den” animals, most of them feel perfectly safe and content inside this temporary confine. Crate training a dog, or even … Continue reading

Tips for Safe and Happy Travels With Your Pet

Travels With Your Pet Safety Tips

Traveling with your pet can be a fun and rewarding experience for both you and your furry friend. However, there are a few safety precautions that you’ll want to keep in mind before you head out on your next road trip together. Leashes, ID Tags, & Collars Are a Must Whenever you’re traveling with pets, make sure they’re all dressed up in their identification tags. ID tags should include your vet’s number in case your pet gets lost or becomes sick. It’s also a good idea to keep your pets leashed and collared any time they leave the car. Pets may be able … Continue reading

3 Helpful Tips for Moving with Your Dog

Moving With Your Pet Dog? Here’s How to Make it Easy

Moving is a stressful process! Whether you are moving down the street or across the country, it never seems to go as smoothly as you hope, especially if you have a dog. Not only is it stressful for you, but it is stressful your pup, as well. Luckily, you can simplify the process a bit if you keep these helpful tips in mind. 1. Avoid Flying If you are moving with your dog, it is best to avoid flying altogether. It is best to drive. Driving, although it takes longer, is easier for you and your dog. You can make … Continue reading

4 Ways to Stay Connected With Your Dog While You Travel

4 Ways to Stay Connected With Your Dog While You Travel

For many of us, our dogs simply can’t travel everywhere we go. If you are anything like me, you simply won’t fly your dog in cargo unless you have no other option and have to transport them. Which means that you may take vacations or work trips, and you won’t be able to bring your dog. Not being able to bring Rooney with me makes me miss him tremendously when I am gone. Therefore, I try to think of ways to stay connected with him when I travel. Here Are a Few of My Favorite Ideas: 1. Flat Pet BlogPaws … Continue reading