On the Road Again: Tips & Resources for Traveling With a Pet

by on April 21st, 2010 at 7:00 am

I can’t tell you how many times I have thought about planning a trip only to think, “Oh wait, what about Atticus” (my beloved dog). If you’re like me, I love taking my dog on trips, but sometimes attractions are nixed because they are not “dog-friendly”.

If you ever find yourself in the same spot, have no fear! Go Pet Friendly is here to help. If you haven’t checked out this ingenious website, you must. With a few quick clicks, Go Pet Friendly directs you to pet friendly hotels, campgrounds, and even restaurants!

When traveling by car, there is of course a lot to think about like water, toys and food- but what about a seat protector, harness, or even a pet ramp? Leave these details to a four-legged friend named Johann; he can help you find everything that you need for your pet travels. Don’t forget to check out his blog to see what he is up to now!

Have you heard about the new Pet Airways? Your pet can now set off to a new destination- without you! Traveling in the cabin of the plane, Pet Airways can take your pet to and from Ft. Lauderdale, Phoenix, New York and Los Angeles. This airline is committed to keeping your pet safe and happy and ensuring that pick up and drop off is hassle-free. Be sure to read their requirements for travel, such as vaccination records, and health certification- last requirement, no humans allowed. Check out their blog and see what furry travelers are woofing about!

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The bottom line is this, don’t be afraid to travel with your pet, there is a lot of fun to be had. Read travel blogs to help; with so many resources out there it’s easy to be jet –set with your pet!

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2 Responses to “On the Road Again: Tips & Resources for Traveling With a Pet”

  1. Laura M.

    Jul 1st, 2010

    I’ve been nervous about traveling with our new dog we rescued. Thanks for the link on pet friendly places! I have also been thinking about what some herbal remedies are available in the market to help them with a new environment and the long distance of traveling. Thanks for the links on the different resources available!

    • B. Chancey

      Jul 2nd, 2010

      Your welcome! Thanks for the comment! When I find a pet-friendly spot but it may be a long drive, one of the best things I’ve found was to give him anything he could chew on… keeps him well entertained!

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