All your bags are packed and you’re ready for your next adventure. You were about to leave the house when suddenly your dog barks at you. You look down to see your dog wagging its tail and evincing its big round eyes as if to say, “please don’t leave me agai
Before you travel or move overseas, you should think about getting your dog, cat, or even ferret its own passport. While there are a few hoops to jump through, obtaining the necessary paperwork will make your jet-setting lifestyle that much easier.
Don’t leave any animals in cars. Don’t crack the window and pop into the store “for a few minutes”. Don’t park in the shade and walk away, thinking everything is cool (literally and figuratively). When it’s 70 degrees outside, the temperature in a car it can
While traveling is always fun for humans, our four-legged pals can find it rather stressful. However, unlike cats, most of the dogs would prefer being besides their owner in any unusual situation to staying at sweet home alone. If your dog is young, healthy an
Planning your vacation may become a little less exciting when you have a furry friend who is not that into sightseeing. As opposed to dogs, most of cats belong to ‘stay-at-home’ type of personalities. They get attached to their environment no less than to thei