Travel

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. But here are some tips to help make it less stressful for you and your pet.

Best Pet Sitting Websites 2020: Rover vs Care vs Fetch vs PetSitters

Going out of town for vacation? Working long hours and don’t have time to get home to take out Fido? Dog-sitting services are like Airbnb for pups giving them the luxury of a home-stay with the freedom and attention they deserve while you’re away. Some even offer other services like grooming, walking and training. Much preferable to a crowded kennel or ruffing it in a cage. Find out how much top pet sitting websites cost, where geographically they’re available and which is the best fit for your needs…

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Rover Dog Sitting Reviews: Other Options Besides A Kennel

Pet sitter with dog

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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How To Fly And Travel With Pets: A Complete Guide

Dog sitting next to luggage

Headed out on a holiday and want to bring your furry family member along for the ride? Perhaps you are going to a conference or traveling for work and want your pup to keep you company? Whether it’s a short road trip or a long haul flight, here are a few tips for smooth sailing for you and your travel companion…

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Best Dog Barrier For Cars: Drive Safer With Your Pup

Dog outside car with dog barrier

Does your dog like to explore the vehicle while driving down the road? Your pup probably starts out in the back seat, then meanders to the front seat with you (making sure to whack you in the face with their tail), then wanders to the back and continues this pattern until you reach your destination.

This can be dangerous you and other drivers on the road because you could get distracted by your dog. We know your dog doesn’t mean any harm, they’re just so excited to be on the road with you. So we recommend using a dog barrier for your car…

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Dog Sitting Tips For Parents: How To Ensure The Best Care Possible

Dog in bag

Looking to use a dog sitting service like Rover? It’s a convenient alternative to putting your dog in the kennel and gives Fido the luxury of hanging out in a loving home while you’re away. I don’t have pets myself, but having dog sat hundreds of hours for dozens of dogs over the years, I’ve learned a few things that are useful for owners to know before dropping your pet off with a caregiver. Hopefully, these tips for dog parents will help ensure that their sitters are well-prepared to give furry friends the best care possible (while giving you ultimate peace of mind too)…

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