Toolbox & Spare Parts Checklist

The list can be modified to suit your own needs.

Make sure you pack everything your pet will need for the duration of the trip, as you may not be able to buy the products when travelling or at your final destination.

  • Collar / ID tag
  • Leads
  • Harness / carrier
  • Registration & Vaccination papers*
  • Microchip / Registered
  • Regular food
  • Treats
  • Can opener and serving utensils
  • Food and water bowls
  • Fresh water
  • Bedding
  • Favourite toys
  • Grooming equipment – brush / shampoo
  • Towels
  • Coat (if required)
  • Pooper scooper / bags
  • Emergency contacts i.e. vets
  • Medication – prescriptions and anti - nausea medication
  • First Aid Kit

Did you know?

  • It is illegal to drive in NSW with a pet on your lap. For safety pets must be restrained in a carrier or harness to prevent them moving around the car. (The laws regarding restraint of dogs in or on vehicles can vary between the states/territories).
  • Dogs, cats, birds and other domestic pets (other than trained assistance animals such as guide dogs) must not be taken into national parks, state conservation areas, nature reserves, historic sites or Aboriginal areas.
  • Registration and Vaccination papers maybe required for the following:
    • Essential if you want to leave your pet at a boarding kennel as they may refuse to take your pet if you are unable to provide proof of vaccinations.
    • If traveling interstate, some states/territories require this proof at interstate crossings.

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