Traveling by air with your pet is not a simple process. You may be a frequent flyer yourself, but the rules and requirements for animals are not the same as for people. Mistakes can lead to frustration and, occasionally, heartache as we’ve seen in the news recently. Choosing a professional animal transport company to manage your pet’s travel is the most prudent step you can take to ensure her safe arrival.
South America has long been a destination for North Americans and Europeans looking for an intriguing holiday or a longer-term expat adventure. If you’re headed to South America with your pet, you’ll need to know what vaccinations are required for dogs or cats before you go. It’s important to remember that this continent is home to many different countries, and each one has its own set of pet import rules.
You don’t need a Border collie or a Scottish terrier to go hiking with your dog in Scotland, but if you happen to have a BC, you’ll certainly be in good company. Even if your hikes don’t take you to the Borders. Scotland is a hiker’s paradise, dog or not, with gorgeous scenery and friendly people who are inveterate trekkers themselves.
As a pet owner, one of your first concerns upon moving to a new country is finding a new veterinarian for your dog or cat. If your furry companion should become ill or injured or run low on prescription medication, you don’t want to be caught off-guard. Along with identifying potential new vets, what will it be like when you visit? Can you expect things to be the same as home?
With the warmth of spring and the approaching summer, what devoted dog owner doesn’t dream of taking their Best Friend out for dinner at one of Rome’s many sidewalk cafés? Of course, it doesn’t have to be dinner. Rome is famous for its coffee and wine as well as innumerable delectable culinary dishes. You and your dear Maxwell (or Missy) can hit the streets in search of a beverage or snack at any time.