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Make Camping with Your Pet Safe and Fun

Dog Camping

Today we are happy to bring you this guest post by Lisa Trent, a dog and travel lover, who currently works with Coffee Home Direct. Don’t see the connection between coffee and camping with your pet? Spend a weekend in a tent with your dog and we think you will. :-) *** If plush B&B’s […]

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Heat Stroke is a Real Danger for Dogs

Buster and Ty Spooning

THE WEATHER. It’s the uncontrollable variable that can quickly affect your plans when you’re traveling with your pets. This week Austin greeted us with unexpectedly warm temperatures. As much as we were looking forward to seeing this city – recognized as one of America’s most pet friendly – highs in the upper 90s mean we’ll […]

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Pet Travel. Made Easier!

Travel season 2011 kicked off this month with the arrival of spring break. And with it, we added a new feature at GoPetFriendly.com to make it easier than ever for you to plan your next pet friendly vacation. If you follow our adventures you know that we blog about the places we visit and  invite […]

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Hiking Safety: Encountering Predators on the Trail

The snow is melting, the first green buds are appearing, and soon it will be time to hit the trails. Hiking is one of our favorite pet friendly activities, and I know many of you feel the same way. Of course, communing with nature can lead to encounters with wildlife and, while thrilling, it can […]

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Locate Dog Parks on Pet-Friendly Road Trips

Some of our wonderful Facebook fans have said they want to easily locate dog parks while they’re traveling. Do you feel the same way? Well, so did we – Buster is a young German Shepard after all! He as a lot of energy to burn. (Ty, not so much.) When we launched the new Road […]

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Pet-Friendly Needs to Also be Human Friendly

We’re happy to bring you this guest post by Christine Gillow, author of Raising Ruby. My husband Jeff and I have not taken a vacation without our 65-pound shepherd mix, Kiva, in nearly 13 years. Well, that’s not completely true; we once spent 3 days without her in Las Vegas, but we missed her desperately. […]

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