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Little House on the Freeway

Let the pet friendly travels begin!! We left Pennsylvania on Thursday afternoon - escaping temperatures that dropped into the single digits - and made our first stop in Richmond, VA. Freezing temps and water in the RV's holding tanks do not mix, so we were excited that forecasted mild temps indicated we could fill up with water. Little did we know ...

Take the Pet Blogger Challenge!

One of the very cool things about blogging is that you get almost instantaneous confirmation that you are not alone. A post I wrote a couple of weeks ago called Bullied by the Blog struck a cord with Edie, author of the fabulous Will My Dog Hate Me? blog. On January 10th, 2011, we are inviting all who would like to reflect on what we've each accomplished on our blogs thus far, and develop a vision for where we're heading in 2011.

Buster and Ty’s Holiday Photos

Things are coming right along here. And by that I mean our house looks like one of those Whoville residences that the Grinch hit BEFORE his heart grew three sizes! Despite the disheveled state of our possessions, Ty and Buster are feeling quite festive and excited to get back on the road.

Poll Results: Pet Travelers’ Nightly Hotel Budget

Our budget for a hotel is usually determined by how long we'll be staying. If it's just a place to sleep overnight so we can continue on our journey the next day, we tend to be at the lower end of the range. If we're parking the Winnebago and spending a few days exploring a city, like we did in Denver, we're more apt to spend a little more. That got us thinking - what is the target price range most pet travelers are looking for when they choose a hotel?

GoPetFriendly Launches New Pet Friendly Road Trip Planner

The new features in GoPetFriendly's Road Trip Planner makes it easy to find hotels, campgrounds, restaurants, activities and services located along your route. You'll never drive right by a pet friendly beach, or search desperately for a place to eat without leaving your pet in the car again!

Meet Mary-Alice, aka Dog Jaunt

This is the 6th post in our ongoing series about people who travel with their pets. We interview people whose lifestyle allows them to spend A LOT of time on the road with their furry folk.

Meet Karen Feld

I would like to introduce Karen Feld, a Washington DC-based journalist specializing in political personalities, and her two poodle companions, Campari and Biscotti.

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