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Travel Tips

  • When traveling with pets in extremely hot weather, you will want to make sure the air conditioning...

  • As far as feeding your pet, you might want to curb the usual amount so as not to create too many...

  • If you and your pet are the active sort, bring plenty of towels. You can wipe your feet at the...

  • If you know your dog will jump on the furniture and bed, bring a couple of sheets to use as...

  • Check ahead for daycare and pet sitters before you travel. Needing one may present itself when you...

Recent Articles

  • Tentrr

    Tentrr Provides Comforts of Home in the Great Outdoors

    Tentrr Provides Comforts of Home in the Great Outdoors

    Few dogs have experienced acres to themselves to run free and reconnect with their animal spirit.

    Give you and your dog a special treat by booking a fully equipped, Fido-friendly campsite for your next vacation! Tentrr is perfect for the experienced camper who’s looking to escape the crowded campground or a novice who’s never pitched a...

  • Pet-friendly Beaches

    fido friendly beaches

    Top Twelve Pet-Friendly Beaches Around the World

    A great day at the seaside just isn’t the same without your best friend so follow us to discover the globe’s top 12 dog-friendly beaches.

    By Heidi Fuller-love

    Island Fun, Florida.

    A short drive from Fort Myers Beach, just follow Estero Blvd to Lovers Key and you’ll find Dog Beach just after the entrance to the State Park. This secluded Lee...

In The Blog

  • If Your Pooch Has a Paunch Healthy Starts Here

    The days are shorter, leaves are changing, the weather is getting cooler – it’s FIDO’s favorite time of year –not too hot and not cold means more trips to the doggy park and games of fetch!  (And then well-earned naps on the hall steps in the sunshine too.)

    We all want to keep our furry friends healthy and vibrant for as long as possible, and what we feed FIDO , especially if they need to shed a...

  • Tips for Helping Your Dog Adjust to Hotel Stays

    Hotel rooms can be stress inducing for your dog. They are full of unfamiliar sights, scents and sounds as well as lacking many of the amenities of home.

    Perhaps the most important thing you can do to help your pet relax in a hotel is to look for opportunities to make it a positive experience. Here are some suggestions to help your dog appreciate staying in hotels:

    Crate Training: Home Away from...