Pet Friendly Travel Blog

Elsa Larsen and her wonderful dog, Lincoln Teaching Youngsters and Oldsters Alike (Part I)
At Drury Hotels, the extras aren't extra! Book your next stay with your pet at pet friendly Drury hotels and enjoy these complimentary services!
Summer is right around the corner, and perhaps you’re already planning your vacation. If you’re like most pet parents, it’s probably difficult to imagine going on vacation without your pet. So don’t even consider that thought for a moment.
(Los Angeles, California- April 15, 2013) In anticipation of National Volunteer Week (April 21-27) starting today passengers at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) will be greeted by a new breed of furry Airport Volunteers—dogs!  Airport officials today announced the new program—PUP (Pets Unstressing Passengers) at LAX.  As one of the few programs of its ki
We absolutely love Comfort Suites® pet friendly hotels.  They offer great amenities to help make your stay with your furry travel companion a pleasurable one.  Here are the top 5!
Wake Forest, NC - April 10, 2013 - TripsWithPets knows how challenging moving to a new home and a new town can be, especially when the move involves a beloved family pet.
When you think about the activities that you can do with your dog, your list might look like this: walk, run, play fetch. With such a short list, you probably cycle through these pretty quickly. Why not shake things up a bit and introduce your dog to something new? Spring is a wonderful time to ride your bike and the best part is that your dog can come with you.
Why not turn that daily walk into an interesting and fun hike? It's no secret that exercise is a necessity for both you and your dog. We often forget that our dogs are pack animals and their origins are rooted in hunting, playing, and roaming all day long with their pack family.
The mission of the Association for Airline Passenger Rights is to promote fairer customer service and accessibility standards in the airline industry and to improve passenger satisfaction. AAPR exists to educate policymakers on travel-related information important to airline passengers, improve accessibility for passengers with disabilities and protect the consumer rights and responsibilities of airline passengers.
Dogs and cats are more than pets…they’re family. They look to us to be cared for and protected. Just like people, accidents and emergencies can happen to animals, so being prepared could make a lifesaving difference.