Pet Travel – Marcus & The Chateau Lake Louise

Marcus &  The Chateau Lake Louise   Are you and your dog relocating to Canada? If your travels take you near Banff, then The Chateau Lake Louise is the dog friendly hotel for you.   Marcus is a four-year-old yellow Labrador that works there as director of pet relations. After finishing his training with the Canadian National Institute… View Article

Shipping your dog? Here’s why you should hire a qualified, experienced Pet Shipper

  For Peter Harrold and his wife, Jan, Shanti is part of the family, which means when they fly, their adorable Goldendoodle does, too. But Shanti is too big for the cabin so she has to be checked. Typically airlines require carry-on pets and their carrier to fit under the seat in front of you,… View Article

The Esperanza Hotel – A Traveling Pet’s Delight

Esperanza Hotel Are you and your pets moving to Los Cabos? Or is it just too hard to go on vacation and leave your pets behind? If so, Esperanza Hotel in Los Cabos is a fantastic choice for you.   Traveling pets receive a complimentary pet kit. It includes a pet bed, water, food dishes,… View Article

Pup weight loss

  Simple tips to help your pup lose some of those holiday pounds! Feed less. We know it’s hard but with a few changes you can both get through this. Reduce the daily amount of food by a quarter. So if she normally gets one cup of food, now she gets 3/4 of a cup…. View Article

Pet Shipping – Edie & The Fairmont in Pittsburgh

The Fairmont in Pittsburgh   Are you and your pet relocating to Pittsburgh? The Fairmont Hotel is pet friendly and home to Edie. Edie is a 5-year old Boxer/Labrador Retriever. In her position as Canine Ambassador, Edie accompanies guests on walks throughout the city, greets guests, visits meeting breaks upon request and attends community events. She… View Article
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The Pet Travel Friendly Algonquin Hotel

The Algonquin Cat  Talk about cat friendly travel! The Algonquin hotel in New York City has a resident cat, Matilda. There have been 3 Matildas and 7 Hamlets (for the male cats) in the Algonquin’s Cat history, all from shelters. Matilda is famous and has friends around the world. This cat gets gifts from Russia… View Article

Dental Care for Your Traveling Pets

Per their dentist’s recommendation, most people brush their teeth twice a day and floss once a day. Practicing regular at-home care and routinely visiting an oral health professional can help prevent bad breath, tooth decay and gum disease. Having good oral hygiene practices is also essential for helping maintain one’s overall health. Did you know… View Article

Beware of Online Pet Adoption Scams

The Better Business Bureau is warning people to be aware of pet adoption scams that tend to increase during the holidays. “I paid $700 for a kitten that does not exist,” reported one consumer to BBB’s Scam Tracker.“My kid is devastated because she was waiting for a kitten to be delivered to our house today.”… View Article

More airlines are requiring IPATA pet shippers like Airpets America

Beginning March 1 next year, Delta passengers who are accustomed to checking their pets as “baggage,” will need to book them on Delta Cargo. Pets carried on Delta Cargo are closely monitored by customer service teams during travel and are kept in temperature-controlled holding areas while on the ground. International pet shipments must be handled… View Article