Other Stories by Agatha Weisz

Airport survival kit for traveling pets

Getting together a survival kit for traveling pets is not very hard and it can make your trip (and more importantly your pet’s trip) a lot more comfortable. It only takes a little foresight to greatly improve your pet’s relocation. For a full list of what’s allowed in your carry on please follow this link…. View Article
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Lady Bird and Lyndon: pets move to Germany

Lady Bird and Lyndon moved with their military family from Texas to Germany last month.  “They love their daily walks in Germany” says mom. Here are some interesting details about the two traveling dogs… When is your dog’s birthday- February Where did you get him/her– We got Ladybird from a friend in college and Lyndon… View Article
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Dogs Dream!

Legs twitching, muffled barking and growling, quivering, teeth chattering, nose and eyes moving are all signs of a dog dreaming. Dogs dream quite similarly to humans. “During sleep the brain wave patterns of dogs are similar to that of people, and go through the same stages of electrical activity observed in humans, all of which is consistent… View Article
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Shipping your college pet: shipping exotic pets

Many colleges within the United States allow pets in their dorms. So you will need to know about shipping your college pet. Knowing the basics of pet travel can be very helpful and professional pet shippers can arrange every detail of your pet’s relocation to and from college. Most of the pets allowed are small,… View Article
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