Pet Travel. Made Easy.

Pet Travel Tips & Resources

We continue to learn new stuff as we travel with our dogs that will make pet travel easier for you! Here’s where you’ll find all that important stuff — think of it like the “junk drawer” in the kitchen: filled with the stuff we use everyday and couldn’t live without, but just don’t know where to put. Well, we found a place for it, and here it is. Enjoy!

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Pet Friendly Ghost Tours for Howl-o-ween |

Pet Friendly Ghost Tours for Howl-o-ween

There's nothing better than putting a little howl into your Halloween celebration, and taking your pup on a pet friendly ghost tour could be fiendishly perfect! We've identified pet friendly ghost tours from New York to California - so make your plans now!

Exploring our Pet-Friendly National Grasslands |

Exploring Our Pet-Friendly National Grasslands

The national grasslands are now managed by the Unites States Forest Service - which is great news for those of us traveling with pets! While national and state park campgrounds fill up fast, there are 20 national grasslands offering incredible views, quiet camping options, and lots of pet friendly room to explore!

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10 Dog Friendly Road Trips for Fall

It's a spectacular time of the year ... when Mother Nature sets off her fireworks and lights up the hills with color. Are you planning to pack the car, buckle up your pup, and take off on a dog friendly road trip? There are opportunities for fantastic leaf-peeping all across the country, and we've pulled together our top 10 picks for pet friendly fall foliage destinations!

Commonly Asked Questions About Traveling with Adventure Cats |

Common Questions About Traveling With Adventure Cats

We started taking our cats, Fish and Chips, on outings shortly after we adopted them, including backpacking, hiking, and snowshoeing! It's unusually to see cats hiking up the trail, so people are curious about how and why we do it. These are some of the common questions we get about traveling with our adventure cats:

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Making a Zip Line for Your Dog

Making a Zip Line for your Dog

For about $10 you can make a zip line for your dog, keeping him safe and allowing him to have more fun on your next camping trip, cook out, or day at the beach.

How To Tell If Your Dog Has A Fever |

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.

How to Manage Greetings When Hiking with Cats |

How to Manage Greetings When Hiking with Cats

Cat owners who want to hike with their feline companions need to be prepared to encounter people and dogs while on the trail. This article discusses the precautions two experienced hikers take to ensure their cats are safe, while respecting everyone's right to use the trails.

Ensuring Happy Greetings While Traveling With Your Pet |

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.

Try Cabin Camping with Your Pets |

Try Cabin Camping with Your Pets

The accommodations you choose for your pet friendly trip add a lot to the experience, and that's certainly the case when you're cabin camping! These ideas and tips will get you thinking about how a camping cabin might work into your next trip.

Rattlesnake Training for Dogs: The 411 on Snake Avoidance |

Rattlesnake Training for Dogs: The 411 on Snake Avoidance

If you live or hike in an area prone to rattlesnakes, training your dogs to avoid them could save their lives! We found a trainer in Tucson that uses postive reinforcement to teach dogs to avoid snakes, and have advice for finding a trainer in your area.

A bag with all the essentials your dog will need to go on an overnight trip.

Packing an Overnight Bag for Your Dog

For an overnight or weekend trip, you want to pack your dog's essentials without lugging along more that you'll need. It's a delicate balance, but we put together a list of the things they absolutely can't live without.

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