Now is the best time to take your pets and find new places to explore! The pet friendly options in today’s world are widespread, and there are many that will not only meet your needs but will also go above and beyond to meet your pet’s needs. This hospitality can make your travels go more smoothly and make them much more fun! Read more
TripsWithPets.com recently conducted a survey to find out what’s important to pet parents when planning a vacation with their pooch...and the results are in. Read more
Pets are family and when we venture out, they should be able to join us. That includes bringing them to pet friendly restaurants. Although pets are not allowed inside establishments that serve food due to health code laws, many restaurants have pet friendly outdoor seating and welcome four-legged guests to accompany their pet parents. However, there are a few tips that pet parents should heed before and during dining with their pups to ensure an enjoyable dining experience. Read more
Before you book that flight for you and your pet, it’s important to make sure that flying is the best option for your furry travel companion. Clearly, flying is a time saver for long distance trips, however, a lot more planning and consideration goes into air travel with pets as compared to road trips. Read more
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With Springtime upon us, many are starting to think about planning that long awaited getaway. And for pet parents they look to consider travel options that they can enjoy with their pooch by their side. Beach and mountain destinations are always fun, but if your idea of a perfect trip involves sampling fine Cabernet in picturesque family vineyards, no worries! You don’t have to leave Rover behind – there are vineyards around the country that welcome dogs. Read more
If you’ve never brought a feline friend home before and you’re even a little fussy about your interiors, furniture or decor, you’ll want to answer a few questions first. Where will you put the litter box? What kind of upholstery and carpet do you have? How will you protect your cherished collection of Precious Moments from your always curious and very nimble pet? Here are four ways to help your cat live in harmony with your furniture. Read more
If you’re looking for a way to relax, unwind and bond with your pooch, look no further! Breweries and bottle shops are opening their doors to patrons of the two and four-legged variety, providing dog friendly fun for you and your pup all year round! Read more
Whether you live in the city or the suburbs, these breeds will likely be quite comfortable with a relaxed, in-home lifestyle. Read more
When a dog chews up a new pair of sneakers, it’s annoying, but when he breaks into the pantry, it can be dangerous. Read more
Americans still love Labrador retrievers, but the nation's flirtation with French bulldogs has reached new heights. Here's a look at the la… Read more
Curious about the popularity of your dog's name? Want to know how names like Chloe and Milo fare? Check out our name database to find the perfect name, or see what others chose to name their pets. Read more
1. A quick-dry towel that'll come in handy when budget accommodations don't have a towel at the ready. I’ve stayed at many hostels where there are either no towels available or it costs $15 to use one. Instead of breaking my budget just to ensure I stay fresh and clean, I pack a quick-dry towel. These towels are nothing short of magical. They fold up really thin, making them easily packable, and they’re made out of microfiber so they dry super quickly (within two hours or so). I usually bring a small and large — one for the shower and one that's useful for outdoor activities. Read more
1. Diving into the Serpent's Lair. Also known as the Worm Hole, this naturally formed pool is situated on Inis Mór island off the west coast of Ireland. It's a popular spot for cliff jumpers, but if you'd prefer to stay dry, we won't blame you. It's still stunning to observe from a distance. Read more
Small dogs are great companions that take up little space and are just downright adorable. However, a small dog isn't necessarily easier than a medium or large breed dog - the challenges are different. Your small dog’s diet, exercise and training need to be considered and established with his size in mind. Read more