Want a Cheap Pet-Friendly Vacation? -Travel Animal Doctor

Want a Cheap Pet-Friendly Vacation? -Travel Animal Doctor

Learn to be a good houseguest and you are sure to be welcomed back anytime by your family. -Travel Animal Doctor If you would like to see a quick veterinary list of 6 things to remember when your pet is a houseguest, see “A Cheap Pet-Friendly Vacation: Veterinary Version” The Story. The bird song is in the morning air, early spring bloomers are starting to pop up, and the temperatures are creeping up ever so slowly even in the Midwest. Spring is here according to the calendar, and we are in the midst of spring break season. Before we know it summer will be here, and so will peak travel time! Planning a vacation is fun and exciting. Who doesn’t want to go somewhere exotic and adventurous, yet safe and peaceful all at the same time? There are endless possibilities from cruises, to guided bicycle trips, to backpacking across France! How about a week at Disney or an exclusive resort in Puerto Rico? Oh, yeah, you have a budget. The Compromise. Okay, maybe this year’s summer pet-friendly adventures will be visiting Aunt Stella in Chattanooga, TN for a long weekend, and your younger brother Tony in Hershey, PA for a week. It could be worse. Aunt Stella has always told you that you are more than welcome to stay in her mountainside home. Her place does offer good views of the area, and it is very peaceful on her back deck. You haven’t seen your brother Tony since he graduated from college two years ago and he does live within a few miles of that famous chocolate factory which has...
Travel Animal Doctor: 6 Tips to Reduce Pet Moving Stress

Travel Animal Doctor: 6 Tips to Reduce Pet Moving Stress

If you plan on moving into a new apartment or house soon, check out these tips to reduce stress of moving with pets.- Travel Animal Doctor Moving can be just as stressful to your pet as it is to you. According to the most recent US Census Bureau statistics 35.9 million people changed their place of residence within the United States between 2012 and 2013. Most moves occur in relation to life events. Those who are 23-40 years old move most often, likely due to job changes. Another wave of moving seems to occur when people retire beginning at age 65. A change of residence for any reason, and at any age involves a lot of research, compromise, and decision making not only for the humans in the family unit, but also on behalf of their furry family members. Travel Animal Doctor: If a move is in your near future here are a few things to consider to make the move less stressful for you, Fido and Sassy.  REPORT Jessica E. Claudio, DVM Owner 7 items   2 followers   0 votes   88 views 6 Helpful Hints When Moving with Pets Listly by Jessica E. Claudio, DVM Here are 6 things to remember when moving with pets. Follow List Embed List 1 Plan ahead Mar 20, 2015 Is the place you are moving to going to be your permanent home, or a temporary one until you locate a new house? If you are moving to an apartment while you house search you will want to consider requesting a first floor apartment for ease of taking your dog (especially an elderly dog...
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