Ridin' The Range
- Nov 19, 2016
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- Kitimat, British Columbia
Yikes. Why so far? I live in a rural spot too but the farthest I have gone for a goat is 2 hours. What state are you in?
Make sure they have water and hay. Not sure what else but wow that's a long trip!
We live in Northern BC and then on the coast. All the Nigerian dwarf breeders etc are either on Vancouver Island (So add a ferry in the middle of this trip) or down in Southern BC. We are going to do the drive all in one day so we may be able to have it done in about 14 hours-- but regardless... it's going to be a trip. Planning on having wood chips in crate to suck up urine.. hay available, water and several stops along the way to make sure they have everything they need and to stretch their legs. Car will be quiet etc but I'm not sure if there are more recommendations?
Do you think there might be complications with a trip of this length outside of general stress? I have an xl plastic dog kennel we were going to set up and then keep the car draft free and quiet and tag team the drive up.