Many families wouldn’t dream of leaving their four-legged friend at home while they vacation. However, we must make special preparations and take unique precautions before hitting the road with Fido.
Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) March 22, 2013
Spring officially started on March 20, 2013. With people all over the country making Spring Break travel plans, many are making preparations to include their family dogs.
“Dogs are part of the family,” said Brandy Arnold, Content Editor for Dogington Post. “As such, many families wouldn’t dream of leaving their four-legged friend at home while they vacation. However, we must make special preparations and take unique precautions before hitting the road with Fido.”
Just in time for Spring Break travel season, the popular dog news site published several travel-related articles covering many facets of traveling with a pup.
“For those who travel by car, we’ve made recommendations that will ensure the journey is both fun and safe for dogs,” said Arnold.
Dogington Post made recommendations for preparing for a road trip, including taking extra safety measures and finding dog-friendly accommodations.
In fact, the site posted a list of several dog-friendly hotels that allow Fido to stay for free.
Dogington Post also published a guest piece by Spencer, a Yorkshire Terrier and self-proclaimed “Ambassador of Small Dog Travel.” Spencer has traveled the world with his dog parent and companion, Susan Gilbert, and has all the tips and tricks you’ll need when traveling with a small dog.
The site also published several articles intended for pet parents who prefer to travel by airplane.
“Airline travel carries with it a unique need for special preparation,” said Arnold. “Letting a dog fly in the cargo hold, for example, is a decision that should not be taken lightly, as there are certain risks involved.”
Dogington Post warned readers about the dangers associated with flying with a dog, especially in the cargo hold of an airplane. The site also made recommendations for travel-safe carriers and tips for those traveling with their small dog on board a plane.
For those who cannot bring their dog on Spring Break vacation, the site also made recommendations for how to choose a suitable caretaker when you’re not home.
Dogington Post reaches up to 2.6 million dog lovers each week, and reminded its readers that, by taking extra precautions and making special preparations before traveling, dogs can enjoy traveling as much as their human companions.
For more information about Dogington Post and their latest efforts to prepare dog lovers for Spring, visit http://www.dogingtonpost.com.
About Dogington Post:
DogingtonPost.com was created for the love of dogs. It promises a forum of informative articles, newsworthy dog stories, health and breed information, and heartwarming videos. The site addresses current issues affecting dogs and their human parents – from serious health concerns to lifestyle issues on feeding, grooming and the overall well-being and mental health of dogs. It is the Internet newspaper, all about dogs.