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Pets on the Go!

More and more, Fido and Fluffy have been coming along for the ride (and even the overnight). But if you've tried it you know how much complication and expense it can add. Here are ways to minimize both.

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Comment by La Quinta Inns & Suites Bryant on May 21, 2011 at 12:09pm

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Comment by Ed Wetschler on October 30, 2010 at 3:58pm
The Greenwich Village Halloween Parade for people is more famous, but today was the Washington Square Park costume party for dogs. Superman Schnauzer, a collie dressed as a lion, a pug as a pirate, a bulldog bumblebee. The bulldog's owner was also dressed as a bumblebee, albeit with less success. This is my favorite doggie destination for Halloween; do you have one you like even more?
Comment by Ed Wetschler on August 31, 2010 at 9:12pm
At the bark park today with Benny, my alter ego, I struck up a conversation with a woman who had a rare dog -- so rare that I'd never seen one before. She told me her husband had gotten the dog in England, but the carriers that serve London would not let this 3 1/2-month-old puppy fly in cabin.

"So how'd you get your dog to New York?" I asked.

Any guesses? (No, he didn't rent a corporate jet.)
Comment by José Balido on August 9, 2010 at 10:42am
Check out Kaleel Sakakeeny's blog post, featured on the Tripatini home page today, about the horrible death of those seven innocent puppies. Thank God our little guy in under 20 lbs and fits under the seat!
Comment by Allie McCoy on August 5, 2010 at 10:29am
Seven puppies have died on an American Airlines flight from Tulsa to Chicago. It must have been a horrible death for them. How can we get the airlines to treat pets more humanely?
Comment by Carol Bryant on May 19, 2010 at 6:30pm
Looking to get started on the travel season with Fido and not sure what to take along? Need an expert opinion? Be sure to visit us and email when you need an expert. Here is our blog link: http://blog.fidofriendly.com

And some things to take along: http://blog.fidofriendly.com/hot-topic/is-fido-doggone-ready-for-va...
Comment by José Balido on April 19, 2010 at 4:36pm
Pet owners are fed up with airline fees (I know I am!). Here's what some are resorting to!
Comment by José Balido on March 10, 2010 at 1:28pm
And another journalist is looking for stories of pet travel gone wacky, courtesy of HARO (Help a Reporter Out)! Any takers?

40) Summary: That's not what "Pet-Friendly" means

Name: Harriet Baskas (MSNBC.com)
Category: Travel

Email: query-5iw@helpareporter.com

Media Outlet: MSNBC.com

Deadline: 06:00 PM EST - 12 March

Query:

Seeking (outrageous, funny, alarming) stories from hotels,
bars/restaurants, attractions, airports, etc., where guests took
"pet-friendly" too far. And - 'fess up - seeking stories from
pets and their people who stretched pet-friendly while on the
road.
Comment by José Balido on March 5, 2010 at 3:17pm
Hey dog lovers! Any great stories of traveling with your hound? Denise Fleck with Dog Sport magazine is looking for anecdotes for a story (see below). If you write to Denise, please mention your involvement with the Pets on the Go! group on Tripatini.com!

Traveling with Your Dog

Name: Denise Fleck (Dog Sport Magazine)
Category: Travel

Email: query-555@helpareporter.com

Media Outlet: Dog Sport Magazine

Deadline: 12:00 PM EST - 9 March

Query:

What is your favorite method of traveling with your dog...plane,
train, ship or automobile and how do you prepare you dog for such
an adventure? What do you wish you had brought along that would
have made the trip more enjoyable for your dog? What is your
favorite destination, and what is there for your dog to do at
this location? Any special stories about traveling with your
dog? Thanks for sharing.
 

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