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Infographic – Preparing For Your Pet Sitter

Pet Sitter Cropped

Of course we know – though we hate to admit it – sometimes it’s necessary to travel without our pets. When those situations arise, the best thing you can do to make your pet more comfortable while you’re away is to leave detailed instructions for your pet sitter. Naturally you’ll leave the essentials: your emergency contact information, […]

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Friday Pet Photo Challenge

Photo Copyright: Pam Jonasson

Welcome to the weekly GoPetFriendly.com photo challenge … where we post your pet travel pictures and you guess the dog friendly destinations! Last Week’s Winner Thanks to everyone who played last week, and congratulations to Rich W. of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - he recognized this pet friendly destination as Oak Creek Canyon in Sedona, Arizona! We hope you enjoy […]

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We Can’t Get Enough of Pet Friendly Milwaukee

Going to Milwaukee feels like going home. It’s not just because I’m from Wisconsin. Or because I went to college in Milwaukee. This city has a vibe … a friendly, easy-going way that permeates the atmosphere and inoculates all who linger here. Time slows down a bit, and you pause to listen to the birds […]

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#TravelBuddy Photo Contest Starts Today!

If you’ve been hanging out around here, you already know that pets make the best travel partners. Whether it’s a trek to the Grand Canyon or a mosey down the street to the ice cream stand, they are always up for an adventure! The only thing that would be better is if we could get […]

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Friday Pet Photo Challenge

Welcome to the weekly GoPetFriendly.com photo challenge … where we post your pet travel pictures and you guess the dog friendly destinations! Last Week’s Winner Thanks to everyone who played last week, and congratulations to Amanda A. of Guelph, Ontario - she recognized this pet friendly destination as Bass Harbor Light near Acadia National Park in Maine! We […]

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Infographic – Protecting Dogs From Heat Stroke

August has arrived, and many parts of the country are taking a direct hit with high heat and humidity – a combination that can be deadly for dogs. If your dog becomes overheated, quickly recognizing the symptoms and knowing how react could make all the difference.  To help, we’ve teamed up with our friends at PetHub to bring you […]

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