Using seat covers, a dog hammock, or a harness to dog-proof your car keeps your pup safe and protects your vehicle from dirt and scratches.
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.
Driving with your dog: Keep pup restrained in the backseat to reduce distractions and keep you both safe if you’re in a crash.
The best dogs for travel have gentle dispositions, need little exercise, and enjoy being with people. For plane rides, small dogs are best.
Plan a dog-friendly trip with a little help from the folks at GoPetFriendly.com to find dog-friendly hotels, destinations and activities.
Move with dog. Plan ahead, use some expert advice, and moving to a new city can be as easy as a quick stroll around the dog park.
Flying with your dog creates many of the same complications as traveling with a baby — you’ll need snacks, toys, and supplies to clean up any accidents.
Being a digital nomad dog owner requires extra planning and preparation, but traveling with your dog can be a rewarding experience.
Practice dog water safety. Teach dogs to swim, use life jackets, don’t let dogs drink seawater, and watch for toxic algae.
For a successful dog-friendly summer vacation, plan, choose the right destination, and decide how you’re going to travel there.
Travel companies, airlines, and accommodation options are becoming increasingly pet-friendly and provide opportunities for budget-friendly travel with dogs.