Traveling itself can already be overwhelming sometimes and bringing your lovely furry buddy into the mix can be a chaotic mess if not handled well. Generally, pets live through a well-taught routine that you're training them in since they are little pups so departing from that familiarity can be quite scary, for you and your pet. Car safety beltIf you are bringing your dog on the road, you better opt for a trusty and durable car belt. Not only will it keep your dog safe and secured, but it can also avoid your pet from roaming about the car while you are driving which is dangerous and risky.Travelling bagYou can stuff all your pet's favorite things in a trusty and spacious pet bag. Make sure to go for bags with various compartments and multiple pockets where you can organize your dog's toys, treats, food, travel, bowls, an extra leash, and other on-the-go must-haves for your pet.Dog carrierIf you are traveling with a small breed dog, a dog carrier is a smart choice. Make sure to choose a carrier with well-ventilated designs so your pet can comfortably rest even when inside the carrier throughout the course of your travel. There are various pet carrier types and designs so you better opt for the best one that suits your dog's size and breed.Pet bedLastly, if you are on a trip that can last for days, make sure to bring something comfortable and warm for your pet to sleep on, preferably their own sleeping mat at home but if that is not available and smart for traveling, go for portable sleeping bags and sleeping blankets so your pet can have a cozy space they can claim as their own even when out and about.