Driving with your dog: Keep pup restrained in the backseat to reduce distractions and keep you both safe if you’re in a crash.
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.
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.
Dog walker vs. pet sitter: Which meets your dog’s needs? Before making the choice, consider what your dog needs and which option will best meet that need.