Take your time. Give yourself plenty of time for potty breaks. The interstates and the turnpike have great rest areas. I drove up to Michigan from Florida a couple years ago with just me and my dog. We had a great time. I took a cooler for me and one for my dog. I also took lots of water from home and when that ran out used only bottled water to avoid the runs caused by changes in water. Antlers are great chew sticks while in the car as they don't make a mess on the dog or the car. Days Inns, Motel 8's and La Quinta's usually all allow dogs. Smaller places may allow dogs if you offer to pay a security fee to cover any damage. By the way Luv's Truck Stops are great to stop at if you see one and most have Arby's attached. They are very roomy and all the employees I dealt with are really honest - honest enough to return my credit card I dropped on the ground. Do you plan to crate or seat belt your fur kids? Make sure either way they are contained when you stop to let one out so they don't all dash out. Have fun and drive safe.
Amorette Vom Godinghofer of Summerland (AKA Abby) 5/21/15
Snake Vom Eselspfad RN CGC (AKA Raina) 3/5/08
Pyrate CGC 4/1/03-5/16/12 RIP
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