dog friendly travel


ver since we moved to Central Florida almost a year ago, my husband and I have been discovering new ways to include our dog on outings. While you can’t always take your dog, it’s so much less stressful when you can. Not only do you not have to worry about getting home at a certain time for a bathroom break, but their minds are stimulated in a new environment…

Shortly after we brought our 8-week old puppy, Gant, home, we were told we needed to socialize him as much as possible. Not only should he interact with other dogs (once he was properly vaccinated), he needed to be exposed to various environments – out at a restaurant, inside a dog-friendly store, in the car, or any place that had a lot of people. This would get him comfortable with different situations, types of people, and noises. It is important for a dog to be able to acclimate to their surroundings. Since then, we have taken him on cross-country road trips, restaurants, shopping in our local downtown, and many dog-friendly establishments. He loves being with us and we enjoy our outing without having to worry about leaving him at home. Gant ready to embark on our cross-country road trip (He’s in the back seat)! He loves people, plays with all…

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