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These days, pet parents are bringing their pets along more and more when they travel. For many, this means staying at a pet friendly accommodation, like a vacation rental or cabin. However, it is important to make sure that you and your pet are fully prepared for the trip.
Tis' the season to share the holidays with ALL of your family members! It’s time to start planning your holiday travels, your shopping list, and of course those holiday cards.
The time to get out and explore new cities and places with your pet is now! There are countless pet friendly destinations that will not only accommodate you and your furry best friend; they will cater to your pet's needs, making travel easy and enjoyable.
More and more often, people are choosing to take their furry best friends along as they travel. This fact has not gone unnoticed by businesses. Pet friendly business practices are taking root everywhere, from banks who open their doors to pets, to restaurants with special menus for dogs, to hotels that greet each pooch with a thoughtful canine welcome basket.
Dog parks and pet friendly places abound across the United States. However, just off the beaten path, tucked away from plain sight, there are some really fantastic spots that don’t just welcome dogs, but make them part of the travel experience in a unique way. We’ve sniffed out 10 of these hidden gems for you. Plan your next trip around them, or make them a destination all their own!
If your dog is like most dogs, she’s happy to tag along with you wherever you go – even if she doesn’t find all of your destinations so thrilling. And, let’s face it while your dog may love the dog park, and you’re more than happy to take her, watching her sniff trees isn’t the most fun you could be having on a Saturday afternoon.
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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.
Each year, over 25 million people travel with their pets, whether on the interstate or around the globe. But fur couldn’t always fly…comfortably, anyway. As short as 20 years ago, pets were not allowed to travel in-cabin on any airline in the United States. But thanks to a driven, pet-loving flight attendant, today’s travelers can comfortably tote their small companions just about anywhere they choose.