10 Dog Dangers That Can Derail Your Vacation
Your dog is a part of your family, and taking him along with you on your next trip can make the journey a more enjoyable experience for everyone.
Fortunately, many cities (both in America and abroad) are beginning to pride themselves on being very pet-friendly.
“A lot of restaurants now allow you eat outside with your pets. Our public park systems are allowing pets on leashes,” said Susan Smith, owner of PetTravel.com. “For the most part, our culture is becoming more and more accommodating. That’s because there’s demand for it from people who know how fun vacations with your pet can be.”
Nowadays, there is little you can’t do with your pet when traveling, added Kim Salerno, a pet travel expert who runs the website TripsWithPets.com. The key, however, is preparation. You can’t just pick up your dog and go, assuming it will all go well. Here are ten potential doggie-related vacation disruptions and what you can do to prevent them.