What are the essentials for taking your dog on a road trip? We’ve put together a checklist with all of the essentials, plus some tips for planning your trip and keeping your dog safe along the way.
Travel With Dogs
One of the biggest joys of having a furry friend is taking them everywhere you go – and seeing their excitement as they explore new places.
But that doesn’t mean it’s always easy! This section has our road-tested advice for taking the stress out of travel with your dog – whether it’s on a plane, in a car, or even getting adventurous with biking and RVing!
A good dog seat cover can protect your back seats from mud, dirt, grime, water or pesky dog hair, keeping your car still intact and pristine underneath. Here are our favorite seat covers!
Companies like Lyft make going places convenient—until you need to transport a pet! Does Lyft allow pets, and what is the best way to bring a furry friend along for the ride? We’ll get more into the details as we continue. Join us on the journey as we go over […]
Embracing the RV lifestyle is even better when you take your dog along for the ride! Here are some of the best pet-friendly RV options.
Taking your pet in the cabin with you is the best way to fly! Learn the airlines’ rules, safety tips, and everything else you need for a great flight.
Can you take your pet in your Uber ride? Depends on the driver and your pet. Read through to determine if your dog can hitch a ride with you in your next Uber.
Do airlines measure pet carriers? Yes. Each may handle things differently. Learn what to expect and how to research what is necessary for your dog to join you on your flight. We also included a few tips on what to pack for your dog as well.
You may want your pet to join your next trip by car. There are some safety measures to keep in mind when traveling with your pet by car. Learn how to secure your pet for their safety and limit distractions while driving.
Southwest Airlines has a pet carrier policy that can feel a bit confusing when you read into it. Read more about the wiggle room that may be available.
From the day we brought him home from the shelter, my dog has known his place in a car. He loves riding in the back seat—especially when he can have it all to himself! Seven years later, we still sometimes go for a short drive around the block when he’s feeling restless.
Traveling with a pet can be difficult, especially the first few trips! There’s so much to keep in mind for a successful flight, and sometimes it can be hard just getting ourselves through the airport.
To keep your dog safe and happy in your RV, you need a dog kennel or enclosure. Read on for creative tips to make the perfect doggie home in a small space!
Although there are a few hurdles that need to be overcome, it is totally possible to bring your furry friend along with you on your travel adventures. However, this is only achievable when you take the time to plan and be willing to get a little creative.
Whatever the reason you’re considering renting an RV, one thing’s for sure: you don’t want to leave behind any family members – including those with fur and four legs!
Airline travel for dogs is best avoided, but if you have to bring your pup along, having them in the cabin with you is second best!
Nobody would really judge you if the very first time you got behind the wheel of your RV and thought about all the road trips you were going to take, you started humming the chorus from Born to Be Wild (because who wouldn’t?). If you are that excited to head […]
Traveling in an RV, either solo or with your family, is always an incredible experience. Having a dog as a traveling companion only makes things even more special.
The price of air travel is a big consideration when planning a vacation. After all, the less you spend on travel, the more you can spend on accommodation and fun activities after you land.
It’s not only humans who can be anxious when it comes to getting on a plane, so how can you help to de-stress your nervous dog before and during a flight?
Taking an Uber is super convenient in most situations. But what if you want to bring your dog with you? Is that even allowed?
Are you planning a trip and want to bring your dog with you? Or, maybe you’re moving out of state? Well, whatever the reason for your trip, you’re probably wondering whether flying is an option.
Do you want to go on vacation, but hate the idea of leaving your beloved dog behind? Or are you facing car repairs and a trip to the vet in the same week? No matter your reason, sometimes you need to put your pup in a rental car.
Just like with humans, some dogs are better flyers than others. So it’s important to know how to spot the signs that your dog might not have had a pleasant journey.
The only thing better than traveling the world is doing so with a furry friend! But bringing your pets along in your travels can pose challenges when you begin to consider logistics and safety. If you’re traveling in an RV, is it safe to leave pets inside?
]The most important thing to remember when flying with your dog in the cabin is that there can be so many different rules depending on the airline – whether it’s the size, age, or breed of the dog, or even your travel dates.
Your dog may hate the car because they get carsick, or because they get overstimulated, feel claustrophobic, or are unsettled by the motion of the car. There are things you can do to help them overcome this, such as making car rides fun, training, natural remedies, and car sickness pills.
The only thing more stressful than making a move with your family from the USA to Europe is moving internationally with pets! Arranging the shipping of your furniture, clothing and personal effects is one thing, but ensuring that your beloved best friend makes the journey with you safely is hugely important. […]
For many people, the idea of leaving their pet at home while they head off on a trip is not an option. Dog or cat owners don’t like the idea of putting their furry friend in a kennel while they’re away – they’d prefer to have them by their side […]
Many people like to take their pets with them when they travel, even by air. You can either take them in the cabin with you, provided your pet can easily fit under the airline seat, or they travel in the cargo area. Choosing a Southwest Airlines pet carrier is important, […]