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Moving With Your Dog

When I look back on my family’s move from Los Angeles to Austin, I still don’t know how we managed to make it on the plane with our one-year-old son and two dogs – along with our luggage, playpen, dog crates, and car seat. But it wasn’t just the plane ride; every stage of the move was made more challenging with three creatures who weren’t interested in sitting still while we checked off our to-do list. Whether your move is long-distance or just down the block, there’s a lot to accomplish. Here are a few things I learned from my

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Before You Bring Your Dog To Work…

More and more workplaces are becoming dog friendly, and you might even be lucky enough to have a job with one — but if the opportunity comes up, should you bring your dog with you? Let’s say your workplace has gone dog-friendly. Here are the questions to ask yourself before you let your best friend tag along. Is my dog socialized enough to bring? This is probably the single most important question. Does your dog get along well with other dogs and people, especially ones she hasn’t met before? If the answer is yes, the next question is whether there

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Camping With Canines

Looking to take your dog on a vacation? A camping trip is a great option. Many pups enjoy spending time with their pack out in the great outdoors. But just like some humans love it, and some humans hate it, you should take your time and consider whether or not it truly is a good fit for your dog. And when camping with canines, you also need to make sure you take the time to prepare and pack properly to ensure your trip is fun and safe. Should you take your dog camping? It may sound like a good idea

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Creating The Best Vehicle For Your Dog

According to AAA, 80% of dog lovers take their dogs on the road with them frequently. A dog sticking his head out the window and letting his tongue flap in the air is an iconic American image that stands alongside baseball and apple pie. Dogs love to travel, and we love to travel with them. However, if you are going to take your dog for a ride, you should do so in a vehicle that is comfortable and safe for him and for you. Dog lovers have made their desire for dog-friendly vehicles known to car manufacturers. Vehicles designed with

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5 Best Places To Spend Your Summer Vacation With Your Dog

When you’re ready to hit the road this summer for some much-needed vacation time, don’t forget to bring your four-legged friends along for the ride. Many popular human escapes are actually places both people and dogs can enjoy together. So when you’re packing for your next summer road trip, don’t leave the dog’s bag behind. 1. Sonoma Valley, California The trip starts on the scenic West Coast in Sonoma, California. Known for its expansive and beautiful vineyards, Sonoma is the ideal place for a relaxing vacation for you and your pooch. What you may not know is that Sonoma is

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6 Tips To Enjoy The Great Outdoors With Your Dog

If you’re like many dog owners, you probably love spending time in the great outdoors, but before you hit the great outdoors with your four-legged pal, consider these expert-approved outdoor tips. 1. Know before you go Whether you plan to camp with your pup in an RV park, pitch a tent at your favorite lakeside campground or hike several miles to an idyllic destination, make certain you know the rules and regulations related to dogs, according to Jon Asher, a Santa Fe, New Mexico, resident who runs online canine outfitter company Wild Mountain Online. “First, find out if dogs are

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Dog Care

Hit The Road Jack… Russell

A relative of mine recently asked where they could get a dog harness like the one I use with my guide dog Nash. I chuckled and told them — Sorry, pal — but these harnesses are only for service dogs. Hey, being blind has to have a few advantages! The biggest is having Nash, my yellow Lab, go everywhere with me including planes, public transportation, hotels, even cruise ships. That’s right — he gets to go everywhere with me! Automobile of America Association (AAA) and Best Western recently conducted a study about pet owners, their travel habits with their pets

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How To Travel Abroad With Your Dog

Traveling is especially fun when you can bring your dog along, but you will need to do some planning first. When it comes to travel, the dogs are easy to deal with, but the people are not because there are a lot of rules and regulations when it comes to animals in general being transported to other countries. Many of these issues will greatly depend on which country you are going to, because they all have different requirements. Here are some things to know before you go. Review the customs laws It is essential that you know exactly what the

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