Pet-Friendly Luxury Cruise Liner Makes its U.S. Debut

All hands – and paws – on deck! The new pet-friendly cruise ship, the Queen Mary 2, has made its official U.S. debut. This dog-friendly boat had a makeover costing over $130 million to make sure it was in ship shape for its new four-legged clientele. The design of the ship has been updated, including luxurious furnishings reminiscent ... Read More

Flying With Your Dog In-Cabin?

  1. Figure out if your dog is eligible to fly in-cabin. The first thing to do is to figure out if your small dog is actually small enough to fit under an airplane seat. Size and weight restrictions vary from airline to airline, but most require that your dog and carrier together not weigh more than around 20 pounds. They also insist ... Read More

World’s first luxury animal terminal under construction at JFK airport

An airport terminal with a swimming pool, suites equipped with flat-screen TVs, customized departure lounges and around-the-clock medical care sounds like a dream come true for airline passengers. Sorry, human frequent fliers, this one is for animals. Horses, birds, pets and livestock arriving at New York's John F. Kennedy ... Read More

Travelling with Cats – Car or Plane

Cats are not the easiest of pets to travel with. They are very much creatures of habit and tend to prefer the familiarity and safety of their home. Where possible, it is always better to leave your cat either at home with a sitter or at a boarding cattery. However, sometimes travelling is necessary, either a family moves home or decides ... Read More

What to Do When Animals Are on Board

Allergies to peanuts, shellfish, dogs, cats and other triggers haven’t stopped 31-year-old Allie Bahn, a fourth-grade teacher and blogger from Boston, from living in Italy for three years and in Australia for seven months. She keeps medication and sanitary wipes handy. Still, she’s had mystery attacks while traveling, including a ... Read More

Going Through Airport Security with Your Pet

When I moved from New York to Oregon I had two cats. Driving them across the country would have made them miserable so I opted to fly. However, I was stressed out about how to the whole process works. I knew the cats would have to be screened with me but wasn’t sure if I had to take them out of the carrier. The security personnel was very ... Read More

Dog Friendly Travel Tips

Travel is often about leaving the comforts of home behind, but there’s something irresistible about having Fluffy along for the ride. These days, more pet owners than ever—according to a recent study, the numbers have doubled since 2005—are opting to travel with their furry companions. Below is everything you ever wanted to know about ... Read More