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Natural Diet Travel Tips

Try to get rooms with kitchenettes.

Prepare meals beforehand, storing in serving size containers.

Bring a cooler! Meat should be frozen. Veggies need only be chilled.

If desired, add ACV to preserve meat - a bit more than 1tbsp per lb of meat.

Freeze small bottles of water to act as cold packs. They don't melt into a mess!
As bottles thaw, they provide drinking water for you and the dog.

Pack a cooler picnic style with foods appropriate for you and the dog.

Share meat sandwiches or subs, quiche, cheeses, fruits, bread, anything healthy.

Purchase or bring canned fish - don't forget the can opener!

Buy fresh produce locally if supplies run low. Pack enough supplements to last.

In restaurants, set aside healthy foods and get a "doggy bag."

Don't worry about perfect balance - the dog is on vacation too!

"Dogs feel very strongly that they should always go with you in the car, in case
the need should arise for them to bark violently at nothing right in your ear."
~ Dave Barry