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Old 28-06-2013, 13:07   #1
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I'm planning to travel with my Csv puppy (15weeks old) from Folkstone to Edinburgh, via London. As I have no car and no driving licence I will have to use a public transport.

Have anyone travelled by train with his vlcak? Do you have any tips, hints, how to change this journey into the stress-free trip and nice experience for my wee boy?
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Old 29-06-2013, 00:07   #2
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Hi guys,

I'm planning to travel with my Csv puppy (15weeks old) from Folkstone to Edinburgh, via London. As I have no car and no driving licence I will have to use a public transport.

Have anyone travelled by train with his vlcak? Do you have any tips, hints, how to change this journey into the stress-free trip and nice experience for my wee boy?
A few short practice trips may help, whether by bus or train. When getting Apogee used to vehicles in general we made sure she was always going somewhere nice so the journey was remembered positively overall. One of her early journeys was over 1000 miles, so they can travel well if used to it.

Exercise the hell out of him before he goes. Car sick tablets, maybe an antler or something to chew, water, a toy, patience, something nice to sleep on & hopefully he will enjoy looking out of the window until he nods off.

oh & something to clean up poo pee & sick maybe useful
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Old 29-06-2013, 11:08   #3
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With the car he travels a lot and has no problems He likes to observe the world or just go to sleep He has no car illness.
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Old 30-06-2013, 11:05   #4
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Hi
I go everywhere by train and public transport,I too travelled a similar distance when I brought my eldest csv home at 12weeks..... I believe it was a very bonding thing to do,he trusts me with his life
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Oh,and mine never pee poo or vomit,or need too much exercise before hand...just pees and poo's....the journey will be tiring enough
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We already have our tickets for the journey from Dover to Edinburgh, yay!
Plus few toys, plastic bags, tasty dog treats and bottle of water to help us survive this journey.
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We had a lovely journey from Dover to London and then from London to Edinburgh... no need for a paper towels, plastic bags etc.

Love my vlciak
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