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
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.
Prepare for doggie road trip disasters from bees to bears and more before you hit the open road in your RV with your pup.
Nervous, hyperactive dogs are more likely to suffer from motion sickness as are puppies whose inner ears have not yet fully developed.
Take an adventure to one of these dog-friendly travel cities — Austin, San Diego or Carmel-by-the-sea — using some savvy planning and some high-tech apps.
Road tripping with friends is part of growing up, but embarking on a dog-friendly road trip with your furry friend in tow can provide the same great experience. In fact, you and your dog can enjoy a travel experience with the right planning and preparation. Venture to places that will delight both of you —… Continue Reading
Pick perfect dog-friendly road trip destinations. Consider size or breed restrictions, size of off-leash areas and marked potty areas.
Dog car ride fears: Take time to let your dog get used to being in the car and make sure they think riding in the car is a positive experience.
Being prepared for a dog-friendly travel adventure will make it that much better. Do some planning and preparing before you hit the road.
If your pup is nervous about a dog car ride, look for signs. He’ll show it by drooling, vomiting, shaking or jumping around.