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Flying a bulldog

Bulldogs are a snub nosed dog breed. This term is used to describe dogs that have a shorter than normal snout, also called brachycephalic. Bulldog’s noses and sinuses are compressed, causing smaller nostrils and a narrowed windpipe. The very characteristics that make bulldogs so cute and distinctive, also make them not as efficient breathers as… View Article
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Tips for big dogs traveling

Big Dog Crate Buy the right sized crate. Big dogs traveling need big crates and sometimes that means having one customized to provide the best space for your big dog. Crates can be customized in different ways, from adding height to provide head and ear clearance to full customization of crates, built to the exact… View Article
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Flying pets in summer

Flying pets year round is an intricate process that can take months of planning, flying pets in summer can raise a whole new set of challenges. As the hot weather rises, the details for safe pet travel become even more important. Here are some quick tips from our pet travel experts. Check airline restrictions Airlines… View Article