After being quarantined at home for the last 45 to 60 days, a vast majority of Idahoans are ready to take a much-deserved summer vacation. And if you're planning on taking Fido or Fluffy along with you out of state (or out of the country), you're probably going to need a pet health certificate.
The holidays are fast approaching, and it's the season to visit grandma, your parents or whoever you've promised you'll be home for Christmas. Is Rover hopping on an airplane with you as well this year? If so, it's crucial that you plan ahead and factor your furry carry-on into your travel plans. Here's how to make sure things go smoothly on your first flight with Fido.
Does your pup suffer from separation anxiety every day when you leave the house? You may wonder whether your dog's poor behavior is due to your absence or something else. Here are the signs and symptoms of separation anxiety in dogs:
The holiday season is fast approaching, and with it, plans for travel to see family and friends. Taking your dog or cat with you on a trip isn't always an option. From the stress caused by long car trips or airline flights to difficulty finding hotels willing to accommodate pets, finding a good cat or dog boarding facility is often the very best option.
Going on a vacation or business trip has some unique twists for pet owners. Taking your dog along is often not an option, so careful arrangements must be made for competent dog boarding. In this article, we'll explore some options.
Vacation, business trips, family weddings, etc. -- whether traveling for amusement or work, your pet is not usually invited. What do you do with your pet while you're away? You can ask a friend or family member to take him, but they have busy lives, and it's hard to ask someone to inconvenience themselves for your pet. That's why pet boarding is a splendid option for your travels.