Tweet This week, Amtrak announced that it would trial a pet program that would carry small dogs and cats in designated passenger cars (NOT luggage cars) between Chicago and Quincy, Illinois until November, 2014. Should the trial prove successful, they … Continue reading
Tweet Happy Thanksgiving to all of our loyal pet travelers. Just wanted to point you to a past blog that still rings true. Enjoy your Thanksgiving and resist the temptation to stuff your pet! Tips for Pet Health and Safety This … Continue reading
Tweet Time for the Holidays! Holidays and travel seem to go together as we all want to be with loved ones during this special time of year. There are few reasons to leave your pet behind. With a bit of planning, … Continue reading
Tweet As Veteran’s Day is approaching, I thought it would be appropriate to re-visit our most popular blog post of all times regarding the dogs who have served us in the military. Kudos to the brave canines who have ventured … Continue reading
Tweet Presently, pets are not permitted to travel on Amtrak trains unless they are medically certified service animals. But that may change if a Federal bill just introduced in the house moves forward. H.R. 2066, the Pets on Trains Act … Continue reading
Tweet Pet Travel Transport recently had the privilege of helping to save the life of an adorable pup who was 3 days away from being put down in a local shelter. We received a call from Jennifer who asked if … Continue reading
Tweet Pets are on the move. More than 2 million pets are transported each year in the United States according to US Department of Transportation. Although the majority of animals that are transported are dogs and cats, exotic animals can … Continue reading
Tweet Pet Travel gets many people who ask the same question: is there anyway to fly to the UK with my pet in the cabin with me? The answer is, unfortunately, no. Due to airline regulations, currently there is no … Continue reading
Traveling with a pet can be extremely fulfilling. This is the story of Sasha, a rescue dog who just took her first trip to the North Carolina mountains. Her gratefulness for being included was so obvious. There is no doubt that the trip was better because she was there.
With hurricane season in full swing, it is important for the pet owner to be prepared and plan prior to a major storm this summer. Natural disasters occur all over the world, and whether it be a flash flood, hurricane, tornado, or earthquake, you will need extra arrangements made to insure your pet’s safety.