Selling a car with pet wear and tear can be challenging, but there are some things you can do to mitigate any damage.
Dog travel. Keep your dog safe whether you're driving, flying or moving cross country.
Overcome motion sickness: Nervous, hyperactive dogs are more likely to suffer from motion sickness as are puppies whose inner ears have not yet fully developed.
Fly safely: Dog plane safety tips include taking a direct flight, making sure your dog has fresh water and using an approved crate that allows good air circulation.
Move with your dog: Plan, use some expert advice and moving to a new city can be as easy as a quick stroll around the dog park.
You and your dog can enjoy a dog-friendly road trip with planning and preparation. Venture to places that will delight both of you.
Whether you live in New York or California, here are a few of the best big-city dog activities to break up your walking routine.
Prepare for adventures with your dog with our helpful guide for traveling in the great outdoors and enjoying the adventure of a lifetime.
Understand the rules before you book a flight with your dog. Different regulations apply based on factors like your dog’s size.
By preparing a dog sitter checklist, you’ll make everyone feel better and more at ease: your dog, the sitter, and yourself.
Now that you’re familiar with the basic transport options, you can choose the best method for traveling with a puppy.
When you plan a luxury holiday, choose a dog-friendly location, pack extra food and take a blanket to keep your furry friend warm.
For your dog’s first hotel stay, choose a dog-friendly hotel, book a first-floor room, and plan to use the dog’s crate and favorite treats.
Dog travel safety tips: Whether you’re on a quick outing across town or a long road trip, your pet should always be restrained while you’re behind the wheel