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April 25, 2017

Four Travel Tips for You and Your Pet

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Spring has sprung and so has the travel season. If you are planning a trip this spring or beyond, here are some quick Best Friend's tips on traveling with your pet this vacation season.

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Tags: Best Friends Spotlight, pet travel, pet advice

November 21, 2016

Well-Mannered Pets Welcome! Tips for Practicing “Petiquette” on Trips

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More and more often, pet parents are bringing their furry kids along on their travel adventures.  Most folks who are traveling with pets will need to stay at some kind of pet friendly accommodation. Fortunately, pet friendly hotels, motels, inns, bed and breakfasts and vacation rentals are abundant across the U.S. and Canada, and they’re easy to find and book. But before you head off to enjoy your temporary digs, make sure that you know what to expect, and that you and your pet are prepared. Planning ahead and following some sensible tips will ensure that your trip is fun, and that you BOTH will be welcomed back on your next adventure!

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Tags: Cats, Dogs, Pet Hotel, Pet Safety, pet travel, Pet Vacation, Uncategorized

September 06, 2016

Know Before you Go: Tips for a Safe and Happy Road Trip with your Pet

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Many pets love a road trip almost as much as their parents. But before you load up Rover and head off into the distance, make sure you’re thoroughly prepared for a long car trip with your pet. We’ve compiled some comprehensive, road-tested tips on what to do before you go, as well as how to manage along the way.

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Tags: Cats, cats, Dogs, dogs, pet advice, Pet Safety, pet travel, Pet Vacation, pets and road trips, pets and trips, safety, tips, Uncategorized

July 12, 2016

Pet Travel: Take Your Furry Sidekick Along, or Leave Him Behind?

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As a pet parent, a road trip with a furry kid might seem like a dream come true. You’d love the opportunity to bond and share new experiences with him, and you’d certainly appreciate the company. But before you load your beloved pet into the car for the long haul, take a moment to reflect. A pet who’s a great companion at home, on walks, and on short trips around town won’t necessarily be an ideal travel buddy. Long trips aren’t right for every pet, and your pet’s needs should come before your desire to take him along.

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Tags: Cats, Dogs, Pet Safety, pet travel, Pet Vacation, Uncategorized

April 22, 2016

A Secured Pet is a Safe Pet: Reduce Serious Risks by Restraining Pets on Car Rides

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Only a few short decades ago, buckling up was optional for drivers and their passengers, and people were generally unaware of the serious dangers posed by riding in cars without safety belts. Today, all that has changed. Everyone uses a seatbelt, and wisely so. Those riding in the front seat can reduce their risk of fatal injuries by 45 percent and their risk of moderate to critical injury by 50 percent, just by buckling up. In addition, rear seat passengers riding without seatbelts increase the death rate of front seat passengers by up to 5 times.

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Tags: Contributors, Dogs, dogs, Pet Health, pet health, Pet Safety, pet travel, Pets, travel with pets

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