Posts Tagged ‘dog travel’
If you have a smartphone like an iPhone then you probably have apps that help you find places to eat, places to go, and games. There are also several apps for pet owners. Some apps are for storing medical, some are designed to help find nearby dog friendly places, and some are for training. Here [...]
1. Labrador Retriever These are one of the most common dogs in America, every year. They are big, fun, friendly and good with children. They are one of the best family dogs. They are great travel dogs because they love exercise and can adapt to different environments. They are fun to take to the beach, [...]
Toronto, Ontario, is one of the most cosmopolitan cities in Canada, and is the most diverse. It is a very well-planned city with great transit and layout. It is also a great place to have a dog, even in the cold weather, since there are so many dog parks and services. It attracts thousands of [...]
Heading out to Boston? This beautiful city is full of American historical sites, impressive architecture, delicious food and of course, dog parks! Most parks in Boston proper require a leash, but are nonetheless enjoyable and often scenic. The Boston Common This park is almost 50 acres, and connects many of the Boston neighborhoods, so you [...]
While it might seem counter-intuitive for a company that promotes taking your pets with you wherever you go, it might not always be possible to do so. If you have a young puppy that hasn’t had all of his required immunizations, you probably don’t want to expose him to the general riffraff that he might [...]
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 [...]
Southwest Airlines just today announced their new pet-friendly policy, PAWS (Pets are Welcome on Southwest).
Convinced your dog can shed with the rest of them? Well now you have a chance to prove it.
In 2008, dogcar.com named the Suzuki Equator the best Dog Car of the year. Why? Amid claims that “dogs like trucks the best”, researchers for the site began looking for a truck that could accommodate a dog while still being safe. The trouble with trucks is that there is always the risk that your dog [...]
Traveling with a dog can be fun, provided you are well-prepared for the adventure.