Mike and I started planning our first pet-friendly trip to London, England a few weeks ago. We've already been to Europe with Django once and even got him a EU Pet Passport in Paris. Planning the trip to London should be easy, right? Wrong. We quickly discovered that no airline offers in-cabin pet travel to the United Kingdom; pets are only allowed to fly to the UK in the hold.
The good news is there are safe travel options for getting to the UK with your dog without having to put him or her in cargo. Here are the best travel options for taking your pet dog or cat to the UK.
Django and Chloe might be the world’s most well-traveled dogs. Hailing from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, these two pups are only 4 years old and have already bounced around several continents with parents Bruna and Luiz.
We met this globetrotting family last year while living in southern California. We caught up with Bruna again last week to hear about her most recent adventures around the world and get a few tips on traveling internationally with dogs.
Whether you have a healthy puppy, a middle aged dog with a sensitive back, or an older dog who has already experienced IVDD, consider minimizing the risk of future back problems with pet gates, bedside dog ramps, and pet stairs.
We researched the best products currently available on the market (and we own #1 on the list).
When Home Depot reached out to me to test and review their new SmartWash Advanced Pet Carpet Cleaner, I welcomed the opportunity. We were getting ready to move out of our Philadelphia apartment - a one bedroom rental - and the light cream carpet in the bedroom showed clear signs of Django’s presence. In additional to many little smudge marks, there was one very noticeable pee stain.
Here is our honest product review of Home Depot's advanced pet carpet cleaner - and an entertaining product video for your viewing pleasure ;)