It’s almost time for your dog’s least favorite holiday: The 4th of July. Most dogs don’t like fireworks and noise that comes with the Independence Day holiday. Here are some great tips from a recent infographic roundup. 1. 5 Ways to Keep Your Dog Safe on the Fourth of July 2. More pets get …
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Pomeranian dog in travel bag - Terry Husebye/The Image Bank/Getty ImagesTraveling with your dog can be loads of fun if you make all the right arrangements. However, poor planning can really ruin the vacation for everyone. If you have decided that your furry companion should be part of your trip, let the planning begin.
Around the holidays a lot of people travel to see friends and family. A dilemma that many of us become faced with is what to do with our furry or four-legged ‘family’ members while we do these annual visits. Many people will opt for a pet-sitter, or a high-end boarding facility to care for their dogs while they are gone, but for others (especially those with pet-friendly acquaintances) they prefer to bring them along.