It’s that joyous time of the year again. The time when you REALLY get to humiliate your dog, cat, bird, ferret, fish or hamster (hey, humans are Equal Opportunity Embarrassers). Isn’t it enough that you dress your pet up like a sugarplum and take a picture and send it out as a holiday card to everyone [...]
(This is the first in a continuing series of articles that will highlight particularly pet-friendly hotels and lodgings, offering an in-depth look at their accommodations, amenities and corporate philosophy with regard to accepting animals.) When you think “pet-friendly hotels,” do middle-of-the-road lodgings come to mind—accommodations that are decent and comfortable but never luxurious? Are you resigned to [...]
I saw this sign at Petco today, and thought it was hilarious so I wanted to share it.
When most people consider Rhode Island vacations, they usually think Newport or Block Island. And while they are great destinations, there are a lot of other extremely beautiful and pet-friendly places to visit in the Ocean State. Our CEO, Smudge Kingsley, recently packed us up and took us on a road trip to visit some [...]
Sometimes it just isn’t feasible to take your dog with you everywhere outside your hotel room when you travel. Gasp! I know… sacrilege! But think about it. Maybe you’re traveling for a big business meeting, or to check in with your parole officer for that one “what happens in Vegas” moment you’re still paying for. [...]
When it comes to this country’s national park system, it’s very much like the hotels listed on our site: there is no one-policy-fits-all regarding pet-friendliness (though a 6-foot leash is a popular theme). Some parks welcome you and your pet with open arms, offering extensive access to their facilities, while other won’t even let you [...]
With the onset of nice weather, taking your dog into the wilderness can be extremely rewarding. With all the sensory stimulation the outdoors provides, you’ll see a side of your pet that you might not have witnessed before. Watching him fully engaged, tail wagging, nose to the ground and in the air, prancing back and [...]