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10 doggone ways to make pet travel easy

Water without the spills
Water without the spills

Water is a must-have for pet travel, especially if it's hot or if you're on an extended road trip.

An open bowl, however, is not practical (and can get very messy) while your car is in motion. One option is placing a block of ice in a dish that your pet can lick when he's thirsty, but some pets don't like ice, and there's still a potential mess when it melts.

A better choice is a closed bowl, like the WaterBoy shown here, which a pet can easily access for a drink on the go, yet won't spill or splash, no matter how sloppy he is.

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