Dog Travel

Driving With Dogs: Road Trip Tips To Keep Your Pup Safe And Happy

For some dogs, a car ride is one of life’s happy experiences—almost as good as a roll in dead squirrel. For others, it’s a nerve-wracking ordeal. If you want to make sure a road trip will be awesome and stress-free, then there are a few tips you should follow when driving with dogs.

by Cricket Lee
December 13th

JFK The Most Pet Friendly Airport In America?

John F. Kennedy International airport is quickly becoming the most pet friendly airport in the world. The new forty eight million dollar Ark terminal, set to open next summer, has been ten years in the making. The Ark is expected to make animal transitioning much more efficient. As pets and livestock have suffered extreme weather […]

by Julia Higgins
July 22nd, 2015

10 most dog-friendly cities

Thinking of heading out of town for a little R&R, but don’t want to leave your pup behind? Save the money and guilt that would have been spent boarding your dog in a kennel, stop worrying about who you can call to pop in to your house to take your dog for a walk, and […]

by DogTime
March 31st, 2011

Ten Signs a Bed & Breakfast has TLC (True Love for Canines)

By Carol Bryant, FIDO Friendly magazineThe April 2011 issue of FIDO Friendly magazine explores The Top 10 Bed and Breakfasts for the most memorable heart-to-barks. Here are some signs a Bed and Breakfast is more than pet accepting, but is truly pet welcoming.10. “More than a patch”: Ample grounds upon which to walk with Fido […]

by DogTime
March 31st, 2011

Pet shipping safety?

Question:I am moving my pet by air, and my biggest concern is his safety. How do I keep him safe throughout his journey?Answer:Many of the fears surrounding pet transportation stem from owners putting pets on planes without knowing the correct ways to prepare their animals, or the correct aircraft to use for their precious cargo. […]

by Rachel Farris
March 31st, 2011

Sleepypod Air

Pet Product Review – Sleepypod AirToday I was not sent a sample I was sent a press release announcing the newest product specifically designed for in cabin pet travel on aircraft. Again, I wish I had a sample so I can give you my opinion, but I did want to bring it to your attention. […]

by DogTime
December 11th, 2010

KibbleTrek Travel Packs

Pet Product Review – KibbleTrek dog travel packs by Blue Dogg Innovation MarketingBluedogg Innovation Marketing and Media announces a major new product introduction to simplify traveling with your canine companion. KibbleTrek is a dog travel pack with the essential items needed for a day trip or an extended outing.Two versions of the KibbleTrek travel packs […]

by DogTime
December 10th, 2010

To Go Car Travel Bowl

Pet Product Rewview – To Go Car Travel BowlEveryone knows that come summer time, one can spend as much time in their car as they do at home. And if you’re a dog lover, that means your dog goes with you. Now, I have to start with a common sense reminder, never, ever leave your […]

by DogTime
December 9th, 2010

Washington’s Snoqualmie Falls and the Salish Lodge & Spa

By Nicholas Sveslosky, Editor FIDO Friendly magazineWow.There are few locations that make me say that, and the Salish Lodge & Spa at Snoqualmie Falls in western Washington is one of those hotels. I love locations that don’t miss a step for hopeless romantics like myself. From perfect Northwest décor, to a luxurious spa on site, […]

by DogTime
September 7th, 2010

Canines on the Maine Line

“Dirigo,” Maine’s state motto, is Latin for “I lead.” And Fido-friendly travelers will see that Maine is one state that truly “leads” the pack in acceptance and friendliness of both humans and canines.Have dog, will travel is my personal mantra and probably one of your favorites as well. Never before have I experienced such hospitality, […]

by DogTime
August 18th, 2010

Special needs dogs hit the road

By Carol Bryant, FIDO Friendly magazine”Traveling with a blind dog is not much different than traveling with a sighted dog”; “He adapted to his wheelchair immediately and uses a harness in the car”; “Road trips with a senior dog just require a little extra planning.” These are the comments echoed by the canine guardians of […]

by DogTime
July 15th, 2010
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