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How To Tell If Your Dog Has A Fever | GoPetFriendly.com

How to Tell If Your Dog Has A Fever

Determining whether your dog has a fever is tricky. These tips will help you recognize the symptoms and decide what to do when your dog's temperature rises.

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Weekly Pet Travel Photo Challenge

Toby and Buddy are posing for this week's Pet Travel Photo Challege. Do you recognize this pet friendly location? Enter your guess for a chance to win!

Ty and Buster at Glacier National Park, MT

Weekly Pet Travel Photo Challenge

Ty and Buster are making a special guest appearance for our 400th weekly Pet Travel Photo Challege. Guess where they're posing for a chance to win!

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Using Rideshares With Pets

Traveling with pets doesn't always mean a cross-country road trip. Using rideshares with pets, you can explore your neighborhood beyond walking distance!

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Tips for Traveling Alone with Pets | GoPetFriendly.com

Tips For Traveling Alone With A Pet

Solo road trips are the best vacations! Traveling alone with your pet gives you time to bond. With these tips, you'll both safe and happy on your next trip.

Ty the Shar-pei and Buster the German Shepherd from GoPetFriendly.com relaxing in a campsite on their dog zip line

Making a Zip Line for your Dog

For about $10 you can make a zip line for your dog, and make your next camping trip, picnic, or afternoon at the park more fun and relaxing for you both!

Ensuring Happy Greetings While Traveling With Your Pet | GoPetFriendly.com

Ensuring Happy Greetings While Traveling With Your Pet

A bit of training and a few simple guidelines will ensure that when you introduce your dog to adults, children, other dogs, and even cats, everyone has a good experience! That’s the best part of managing happy pet greetings is making new friends and always being invited back.

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