How to Travel With Ollie, Wherever You Go

How to Travel With Ollie, Wherever You Go

When humans hit the road, we sometimes have to sacrifice the quality of the food we eat (aka our green smoothies are replaced with McDonald's pit stops.) But your pup doesn't have to make the same unhealthy choices—you just have to do a little planning ahead before you skip town! Add it to your checklist of bringing your doggo's collapsible water bowl and his carrier. Here's how to make traveling with Ollie easy:

Keep it cool

Stash enough food for the time you'll be away in a cooler bag with ice (you can use the packs we send, and even wrap it in our recyclable jute for a longer trip!) You can also store more Ollie in the freezer before you leave to help it stay colder for longer when you're in transit.

Ship it ahead

If you don't want to deal with transporting the food, we'll do it for you! We ship to 48 states—all you have to do is change the delivery address on your account page 4 to 7 days before you arrive and we'll make sure it gets to your destination in time.

Bring it onboard

Flying? Bringing Ollie on a plane should be treated the same as human food (it shouldn't be a problem!) We've flown with trays on national flights, no problem. If you're flying internationally, though, check with the carrier's policy is about bringing fresh food on board.

Plan accordingly

Don’t forget to pack your scoop and bowl so serving is easy! And if you're staying at a hotel, request an empty minibar fridge beforehand to store your pup's food in. If it's still too cold when you arrive, you can always add some hot water to warm it up!

The Ollie blog is devoted to helping pet parents lead healthier lives with their pups. If you want to learn more about our fresh, human-grade food, check out MyOllie.com.

Cristina Tudino

Cristina Tudino

Director of Content at Ollie. Lover of all dogs, especially chocolate labs (like my four-year-old Gus!) Obsessed with all things health and wellness, for pets and humans.

 

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