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Traveling with Your Pet

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Traveling with your pet:

Suggested by a Companion Connection viewer, this page seems to provide good information regarding traveling with your pet and safety for your pet.

Thinking about flying with your companion?  Check out this suggested website:

Guide to Flying with Pets (and getting rewarded for it)  Creditcards.com

Guide to Train Travel With Pets – and Getting Rewarded for It!  Million Mile Secrets

Did you know that traveling with your pet by train can often be a much safer and cheaper alternative than flying or even driving?  It’s true!

 

Animals can struggle with the air quality, air circulation, temperature, and cabin pressure that accompanies flying in a plane, while trains offer a much safer alternative and a much easier travel method with a pet.  And with many airlines recently tightening up their policies on flying with pets, it’s always good to be prepared to travel by train just in case you’re not able to fly with your pet!

Road Safety for Dogs, MadPaws written by Sarah March 6, 2019

 

As a Pet Owner, you want to ensure road safety for your dog when you’re out and about. And while you may feel that you have to be hyper-vigilant in busy areas, which is true, there are also a few habits that you can teach your dog to further prevent any accidents.

In this guide, we’re going to talk about how to improve your leash-training game so that your dog is extra safe around cars.