Pet Friendly Travel Blog

Author:  Elsa Larsen, Dog Behaviorist & Trainer | Owner: My Wonderful Dog.  Cresting the hill between Truro and Provincetown you’ll find an unexpected feast for the eyes.  The very tip of Cape Cod lies across the bay to your left with the drama
It may be hard to believe, but Halloween is already upon us! And you pet parents know what that means – dreaming up new ways to enjoy the holiday with your four-legged children! While there are some great premade costumes and dog treats out there, crafting your own can be a fantastic fun way to celebrate.
Author:  Elsa Larsen, Dog Behaviorist & Trainer | Owner: My Wonderful Dog.  Is there anything that you can do to help me with my shy dog? What can I do to make my dog less afraid of other dogs? Less afraid of men? Less afraid of children? Less afraid of loud noises? How can I socialize my timid dog?
NYC is famous for its hustle and bustle, and for being a concrete jungle. However, the Big Apple is one of the most dog friendly cities around, and offers plenty of activities and accommodations geared toward canine companions.
Fall is a brilliant and colorful time of year. If you’re already feeling the fall spirit and you’re itching to take in the scenery, consider bringing your best four-legged bud along. He’ll love seeing the sites and smelling the crisp air as much as you do!
You love your dog. He’s your loyal confidant, your tireless travel buddy, and your four-legged family member. But when it comes to his play time, do you love him a little too much?
All over the United States, dog friendly restaurants, bars and hotels are embracing the idea of Yappy Hour – a dog friendly cocktail hour where pooches and their owners can socialize and enjoy drinks, treats, and delicious “yappetizers.” W
If pet travel by car with your furry best friend isn’t a possibility, or if you’d just like to see the city sights together in a brand new way, there are many bus lines, subways and trains in cities across the country and in Canada that accommodate pets.
You may see it quite often as you're driving around town: dogs riding in the back of trucks. You might even know someone who does it. Why not? It seems so convenient to just load your dog up in the back and take them with you.
From California sea lions, to horses, to treasured feline and canine family members, the North Carolina State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine, or CVM, works tirelessly to maintain the health and wellness of animals, and to search