It's always great to get outdoors and enjoy some fresh air and relaxation with your pet. Your dog will love you for bringing him with on your outdoor adventure. There's so much to see and sniff and so many opportunities to get nice and dirty! Follow a few simple dos and don'ts and you and your pet will have a great trip!
Many organizations help save the lives of animals, but these two are interesting because they are involved in volunteer transport of animals in need.
Freedom Train Animal Rescue Transports is a network of volunteers who transport animals from shelters and abusive or neglectful sit...Read More
Dog, the Philosopher: BEST EVER Dog Friendly Wineries of Sonoma Wine Country!
Day 2 of my Thanksgiving vacation up north, I was ready for a little wine tasting fun especially after my mellow beach day (see my previous blog for the inside scoop on Dog Friendly Beaches and Restaurants)! I was determined to find s...Read More
In case you are in NYC for business or pleasure and have brought along your favorite furry friend, you might want to let your pet enjoy some of the benefits of a pet spa.
Check out any of these three pet spa's right in the NYC area - the city that not only never sleeps, but the city that has it all for us pet love...Read More
Now is the time of year when people do a lot of traveling to visit with family and friends for the holidays. Don't feel guilty about leaving your pets behind. Your pets can travel with you through special flights with Pet Airways and through other airlines.
ABOUT PET AIRWAYS
Pet Airways is a special airline designed...Read More
Dog, the Philosopher: Russian River Getaway!
Sometimes you have one of those days that makes you think - it’s great to be alive! This was one of those days.
Over Thanksgiving weekend, we rented a house on the Russian River in Guerneville, a very small town about 70 miles north of San Francisco. It...Read More
Whether you want to embrace the snowy, wintry bliss of the season or escape for a tropical paradise, there are lots of options for you and your pet! Whichever you choose, here are a few travel suggestions for you and your furry friends.
For the snow bunnies (and snow puppies):
1. Squaw Valley, California
My wife and I recently moved across the country. So we had to find a way to get our entire family – two humans, a dog, and a cat – to our new home, two thousand miles away.
As I wrote in a recent post, it’s not a good idea to fly your pet unless necessary. I took my own advice and declined to send our dog and cat on an air...Read More
There are plenty of us, "Pet Parents" that spoil our pets. According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, about 60 percent of all households in the United States have a pet. There are growing numbers of "Pet Parents" around the world. The US may have the highest pet population in the world, but Latin America, Asia and Europe are soon ...Read More
To many, the holidays are a time of family, fun, and travel. Traveling with your pet can be an even grander adventure. At least, this is the case for me.
Thanksgiving is only a few weeks away and this will be the first time in years that I spend it with family. I recently relocated from Texas to Virginia. With my family in New York, hol...Read More
A few years ago, my wife and I had to fly our cat across the country. We had a familial obligation, and our cat was on medication that required multiple daily shots, so we took him with us.
He travelled fine and seemed none the worse for wear. He did express contempt for the Detroit airport, but then again, so have millions of humans.
Our ...Read More
Dog, the Philosopher: Fido Friendly First Fridays!
I love to explore places that fellow Yeepers can bring their four legged friends and this week’s recommendation is in Venice. This past Friday was First Friday on Abbot Kinney (the first Friday of every month) and it is an event not to be missed. I finally we...Read More
The weather here in Connecticut has been great for this time of the year. The temperature has stayed around 55 degrees F, and it has stopped raining everyday. So, the other day I decided to take my camera with me when I took Lizzie for a walk. I do a little amature photography.
As you can see from the picture above, Lizzie ...Read More
How to describe this blog? I'd have to say part philosophy, part wisdom and part adventure! All the best places to take your dog in LA and beyond and along the way, all the teachings and musings of one Black Tri Australian Shepherd, Sonia.
If there is a place in Los Angeles that is a must see for doggies and their companions, please...Read More
f you enjoy hiking with your dog.There are some really nice places to take that doggie out into the woods, within an hour or two of Los Angeles. OF course the easiest is just jumping on the 2 north and ride it up into the Los Angeles National Forest. If you've got the time, take that doggie to Lake Arrowhead. It's about a 2 hour drive and I fo...Read More
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My little Skye goes everywhere she can with me. I am one of the fortunate who can take my dog to work with me, in fact the CEO of the PR firm that I intern at made it a company policy that if you have a dog, it MUST come to work with you! So Skye rides with me for the ...Read More
When you’re moving or visiting overseas with your pet, it can be a stressful situation. When you hear so many horror stories about pets that have flown under the plane, it makes you wonder what the best transportation method is.
Pet Relocation is a worldwide door-to-door pet transportation service, which focuses on safe and compassionat...Read More
We all love our pets, (that's why we are here!) and for those who really love their pets, vacationing with them can be a challenge! Airline Pet Regulations have become stringent and many of us do not like the fact that our bigger pets are forced into the cargo department. Would people put thier kids in the cargo hold? NO, and for many of us, our...Read More
More and more pet lovers are out and about and taking little Fifi or Spot with them wherever they go - I have seen more and more of the Pet Vests out on the street with people walking and toting their furry friend along. I know another friend who takes their dog out walking, and when the little fur ball gets tired, pops him in the Pet Vest...Read More
I love that people take their dogs places with them rather than leaving them confined at home, withering away on a patio or in a garage somewhere, wishing they were with their masters and smelling new things, and bouncing around with other dogs. I like seeing dogs everywhere, like I often do here in my neighborhood in Chicago. Any gi...Read More