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Travel with your dog is not always easy, nor is leaving your pup behind at a kennel or with a pet sitter while you explore the world. Our experts have put together guides and everything from the best places to stay with dogs to preparing your dog for travel.

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The Ultimate Guide To Backpacking, Hiking & Camping With Your Dog

When we adopted our dog, Sally, we knew she’d be the perfect hiking companion. As we prepared for some outdoor trips with her, we researched all the latest dog backpacking gear to have with us, and here are the top picks for each category. Being prepared with the best dog camping gear makes backpacking with dogs an enjoyable experience for everyone.

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Top Dog: Interview With Pet Express’ John Manning About Pet Relocation

John Manning General Manager at Pet Express pet relocation recently moved from his home country of Australia to Los Angeles with his two dogs Frank and Walter. As a pet relocation industry expert, he shares his first-hand experience and some tips for anyone embarking on an international move with their furry family members…

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Traveling With Dogs In The Car Safely

Road trips can be a lot of fun, and staying safe while traveling in your car is a priority. We all think about wearing our seatbelts and following the rules of the road. But how often do you think about how to keep your dog safe in the car? Focusing on traveling safely with your pup in the car will help you all have a better time and enjoy your trip.

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Dog Friendly Restaurants Dining Tips

Thinking of dining al fresco with your pup but not sure where to start… literally? We can help with these four easy tips on how to find dog friendly dining locations in your town, how to entertain your pup while you are enjoying your cocktail, how to make sure everyone minds their own business and a few ideas on how to keep them out of trouble (read: fight). All of these helpful doggy dining ideas might just make your next dog day out a little more enjoyable…

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Rover Pet Sitting Reviews: Are They Safe? Background Check, Prices, Promo Code, And More

Taking a last minute trip but need your dog cared for while you’re away? You call the kennel, but they’re already booked up for the weekend. What other options do you have? Through pet sitting sites like Rover you can connect with pet sitters in your local area, giving you the opportunity to meet and make bookings for them to watch your dog while you’re away. But how safe are services such as Rover compared to taking your dog to the kennel?

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Dog Car Sickness: Natural Remedies, Nausea Medicine & More Tips For Puppies Throwing Up

Do you envy fellow dog owners who can take their dogs everywhere in the car? You’ve tried, but your dog gets car sick. It’s a challenging problem for both you and your pup, but rest assured — there are steps you can take. And, you’re not alone. There are multiple reports that state that one in five dogs suffers from motion sickness. How can you help your dog’s car sickness (and save yourself the headache of cleaning up from your dog throwing up in the car)? Read on to learn our tips to nip dog car sickness in the bud.

Dogs Sleeping on Hotel Bed

Find The Best Pet Friendly Hotel Chains

When it comes to traveling and your dog, you really have two main options: Fido can go to a kennel or Fido can stay with you. If you’re anything like us, we’d rather take our BFF (Best Furry Friend) with us rather than leave him or her behind. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of the top pet-friendly hotel chains so you and your dog can kick the kennel to the proverbial curb…

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