Lizzy The Labrador Goes Out For A Perfect Little Holiday With Her Sister!

Lizzy The Labrador Goes Out For A Perfect Little Holiday With Her Sister!

Introducing Lizzy the Labrador and her sister Ela the Labrador Mix and today is the bestest day of their lives! They’re going on a perfect little vacation!

Lizzy and Ela are both very excited today and why not? After all they’re going to Herperduin! Yep a perfect little vacation for these little fur babies 🙂 After seeing this video I realized that Lizzy is a calm little pup and although she was very excited, she didn’t let that stop her from enjoying her time, but Ela?

No Ela is a hyper excited pup and form her expression you can clearly tell than she just can’t wait! Are you planning to take your fur kids on a vacation? There’s a check list at the end of this article to help you prepare better so that your and your pet’s experience is memorable!

Continue Reading And Watch The Video Of Lizzy The Labrador Here!

Don’t forget to check out the checklist at the end of the article on the next page so you can prepare for your vacation with your fur kids 🙂 Take a look at this video and on’t forget to Like and Share with your friends 🙂

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Also Check Out A Simple Check List Of What You Should Carry If You Plan To Travel With Your Pets

According to Dog Jaunt, here’s a checklist for you to keep in mind when you plan to travel with your pets!

Before you leave

  • Make travel reservations for your dog
  • Ensure hotel is pet-friendly
  • Ask about mini-fridge if bringing raw food or bones
  • Get health certificate from vet, if needed, within 10 days of travel
  • Confirm that your copy of your dog’s shot record is current
  • Ensure sufficient supply of prescription medications
  • Identify good local vet and emergency vet
  • Get a temporary ID tag with local address and phone number
  • Print a copy of your airline’s pet policy if you’re flying
  • Get directions to pet relief areas in airports where you have layovers


  • A couple of meal’s worth of food
  • A collapsible water bowl
  • A water bottle (filled once past security)
  • Leash and harness, for unfenced pet relief areas
  • Poop bags
  • Extra-good treats, to coax her back in her carrier en route
  • Health certificate (if needed)
  • Prescription medications
  • Picture of your dog
  • A hand-held fan


  • Carrier and messenger bag carrier
  • An extra leash and harness
  • Harness and seat belt clip for car travel
  • Towel or seat cover for car travel (to protect dog from hot seat, and protect seat from dog)
  • Window shade
  • Windex Wipes (to clean nose prints off rental car windows)
  • Coat/raincoat (depending on the weather)
  • Lifejacket
  • Safety vest or blaze orange handkerchief
  • Paw booties
  • Food kit (if you’re traveling abroad, be sure to research your destination’s rules about importing meat products — remember to think about the treats you’re packing, as well as the food)
  • Prescription medications
  • Treats and chews
  • Quiet clicker
  • Toys
  • Travel crate (soft-sided or metal, depending on your pup) and 2 pads
  • Loose bedding (towels/blankets)
  • Crate fan
  • Bedsheets, to protect the hotel’s bedspread and sofa
  • Travel bowl
  • More poop bags
  • Flashlight, clip-on light for nighttime walks
  • Dog-walking pouch (arm gusset, clip-on pouch)
  • Extra Zip-loc bags
  • Set of Poochie Bells door bells
  • Bottle of enzymatic cleaning solution
  • Paper towels
  • Lint roller
  • Air freshener/candle
  • Bitter Yuck/Bitter Apple
  • Gaffer’s tape or painters’ blue tape, to tape cables and power cords out of reach
  • Grooming supplies (small bottles of shampoo and conditioner; brush and comb; pet clipper; no-tangle spray; super-absorbent towels; tub faucet adapter; eye and ear cleansing pads; nail clippers; dog hair dryer)
  • Local dog-oriented guide book(s)
  • First aid kit
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