Just because someone lists themselves as a "petsitter" it does not mean that he or she will give your fuzzy friend the best care. This article will show you how to know if you are leaving your pet in good hands.
If you're a pet owner planning a business trip or vacation, the decision to take your pet along or leave him behind is an important one for both you and your companion.
Your pet depends on you to take good care of her - even when you have to be out of town. What are the pros and cons of using a boarding kennel?
Some pets are not suited for travel because of temperament, illness, or physical impairment. Whatever option you choose, there are a few things to remember.
Just like humans, pets need to prepare before a trip, too. It's important that you make sure your pet has all of the necessary supplies and is prepared to take the trip before heading out.
Wait! You forgot something! Don't leave home without checking here first.
Road trip! It'll be that much more fun for all of you knowing your pet is content and controlled while on the open road.
The HSUS recommends that you do not transport your pet by air unless absolutely necessary. Find out why, and how to protect your pet if he or she must travel by air.
Many hotels and restaurants will give your pet special consideration during your travels. It's important to do your part to ensure that your animal continues to be welcomed as a traveling companion.