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Great Traveling Breed Roundup | Airpets America

If you’re a person who moves a lot or who loves to travel, the constant change is likely to have an impact on your furry friends—unless they love to travel, too! Here’s a look at some of the best breeds for pups that are happy to take trips and don’t mind moving.

Labrador Retriever

These friendly pups are America’s most popular breed for a reason! They’re sturdy and affectionate and always up for an adventure.

These dogs make good travel companions because they’re friendly and sociable, and also smart and easy to train. Plus, they’re energetic and love the opportunity for activity and exploration!

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

Like the Labradors, these dogs are energetic, affectionate and intelligent! Originally bred to be lap dogs, these companions will happily accompany their humans while traveling.

Poodle

These popular pups are versatile, friendly and easy to train. They come in a variety of sizes, making it easier to pick a pet that will fit your vehicle and home.

Bonus! Poodles have low-shedding curly coats, making them easy to clean up after when traveling and great for people with allergies.

Pomeranian

These tiny dogs are the perfect size for traveling! They have big personalities and are easy to train. Their plush coats make them especially prone to overheating though, so be careful about how long you have them outside or in the car on a hot day!

Got a Mutt?

No matter what kind of furry friend you have, dogs are creatures of habit and can learn to travel comfortably with patience, training and keeping safety and security in mind. If you take your dog traveling often and make each trip a positive experience, you’ll soon have a great travel companion!

Whether you’ve got one of these travel-happy friends or a pup that needs a little extra care when moving, Airpets America is here to take care of all of your pet moving needs! Visit our website to learn more about our quality services.

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