A Complete Guide for Camping with Your Dog

Camping is not only for humans, pets also enjoy going out on a camping trip. Sometimes you feel your vacation wouldn’t be complete without your furry friend. Your pets may not participate in every holiday trip, but camping is the one where they certainly participate. Be sure to follow this guideline before you start packing…

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Bring Your Pets on Vacation to Orlando Florida!

Taking your dog on vacation to Disney World? Orlando, Florida is one of the best places to go with your dog. For one, the city is very dog-friendly. There are multiple parks and trails that you’ll love to go on with your pup. The other thing is that the hotels in this area provide amenities…

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Dog Travel: Helpful Tips While Traveling With Your Dog

To ensure fun, stress-free travel with your canine pal, follow these 5 simple tips: 1. With experience, most dogs get over the tendency to become sick when riding in a moving vehicle. However, some will almost always get queasy. In such cases, you should ask your veterinarian to prescribe a motion sickness pill or a…

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Dogs Parks in the USA – Part 3

Some of the best dog parks that are located in the United States can be found in both small rural communities, as well as large major cities such as New York, California, and Florida. Cedar Lane Dog Park: Best Dog Park For Hosting Social Events All dog parks have a wonderful atmosphere, but the Cedar…

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Dogs Parks in the USA – Part 2

Continuing with our list of America’s favorite dog parks, take a look below and see what locations interest you in case you want to make a few stops with your dog when traveling across the good ol’ USA: Robert L. Nelson Dog Park: Dog Park Built For Human Accommodations Most dog parks are built exclusively…

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Dogs Parks in the USA – Part 1

Beautiful parks, specifically created for the enjoyment of dogs to roam around off their leash and play with their other canine friends, is becoming more and more popular in the United States. There is at least one dog park in almost every major city across America and and if there is not one in your…

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Air Travel – Why Are Dogs Dying On Airplanes?

According to a record keeping study that was started in May of 2005, by the US Department of Transportation, 96 pets were either injured, lost, or had died during air travel. Out of this number, exactly 17 pets were lost, 49 died, and 30 were injured. This information is probably a big surprise to most…

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Air Travel – Is Your Dog Safe When Traveling By Plane?

Just because thousands and thousands of pets are safely transferred from one destination to another via the airlines, it does not mean that dog owners are without responsible precautionary measures to ensure the safety of their family pet. In fact, after reading through the following guidelines that should be taken before boarding your dog on…

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