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Posted 27th January 2019, 03:14 PM
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Im moving to Oregon from California an want to know how to make my dove comfortable while were in the car.
Should i keep her in her cage or should i put her in my dogs carrier with a towel.
I wish i could just let her out while in the car but ima have at least 2 dogs in the car also.
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Posted 27th January 2019, 04:54 PM
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Just letting her out while in the car would be very unsafe for the bird anyway. She would be the safest in a small cat or dog carrier with a soft towel.
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Agree with Jay3. Also would not feed her until you stop for the night. Our pigeon always threw up any food consumed within hours of car travel. It helped that she could see us and see out of her carrier. Some motels will let you have pets...we were able to let our bird out and feed her at night. We always took a small water dish so when we stopped for gas or whatever, we could offer a sip.
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Agree with Jay3. Also would not feed her until you stop for the night. Our pigeon always threw up any food consumed within hours of car travel. It helped that she could see us and see out of her carrier. Some motels will let you have pets...we were able to let our bird out and feed her at night. We always took a small water dish so when we stopped for gas or whatever, we could offer a sip.
All great suggestions. Thanks cwebster.
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