You may only think humans are the only ones with this problem, but puppies and other animals suffer from motion sickness too. If your puppy is suffering from this issue or you just want some ideas on how to prevent it from happening, look below at some tips on how to cure/avoid motion sickness. (more…)
Archive for the ‘Pet Travel’ Category
The holidays are drawing closer and Christmas is the second busiest for travelers. Perhaps you are going to be one of those travelers this season but are wondering what to do with your pets at home? A pet sitter can be a great option but how do you know if it’s right for you and your animals? We have tips on when a pet sitter is right and how to choose the best fit for your pups and kittens! (more…)
Enjoying a day at the beach with your Puggle puppy can be an excellent way to spend the weekend or a sunny, hot afternoon. But there are some things to plan for to make sure your pup is safe, healthy and happy! (more…)
English Bulldogs are perhaps one of the most misunderstood dog breeds out there. In some cases not
even the people who breed them know what to expect or why their English bulldogs are behaving the
way they do. In fact, some owners (and potential owners as well) regard English bulldogs as being
misbehaved and even aggressive! (more…)
Different dogs have different requirements. Some of these needs may not be suited to a kennel or a pet sitter. So how do you know what’s best for your pup when you’re on vacation?
We all know that accidents can happen at any time and any place – at home, in the car, at the park, on vacation, anywhere! Having a pet first aid kit can mean the difference between life and death.
Dogs get lost. It’s a simple but sad fact of life that dogs can wander off, get loose while you’re on vacation, or even get stolen. If you have current tags and an ID tag on his collar, you may get him back safely, but collars can easily fall off or get snagged on something long before your lost pet is found and taken to a shelter. To give your dog the best chance of being reunited with you, be sure he is properly microchipped.
Summertime is the favored time for vacations and many of us are sticking to car travel this year. It’s less expensive than flying and means you can easily take your dog with you! But if you’ve decided to take Rover along for the ride, make sure you know how to keep him comfortable and safe. Even adults can find long rides in the car uncomfortable, and pets can suffer even more. After all, they don’t know where you’re going or why!
Planning in advance and paying special attention to your dog’s comfort while traveling in the car will make your vacation much more pleasant for everyone.