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Jetting with pets? Don't forget to pack this Pet Travel Checklist!

Does your furry traveler fret travel? Try Calming herbs. Bach flower (Rescue Remedy), kava, valerian, passionflower, and skullcap have been used for decades to ease anxiety naturally in dogs and cats. Ask your vet for some suggestions and safe dosing recommendations.

How to help your pet feel at home on vacation

Help your pet feel at home on vacation

7 Tips for Moving with Your Pets

7 Tips for Moving with Your Pets

Planning to move with pets? Don't forget to pack these tips!

10 Tips For Moving With Dogs

12 tips for traveling with pets

12 tips for traveling with pets

Must-have pet documents to bring on your vacation

Traveling with pets infographic

Tips for Traveling with Pets [Infographic] |

Moving with pets--excellent infographic on how to move your fur babies to your new home, safe and sound!

Tips for flying with dogs

The jet-set pet: tips for flying with dogs

Weary travelers at San Francisco International Airport can now while away time at the terminal by cavorting with specially trained therapy dogs, meant to cheer the homesick, the aggravated, the fuming and the just plain bored.

8 cat sitter tips for your next trip

Snow Before You Go! According to the U.S. Travel Association, 18% of U.S. adult leisure travelers take their pets with them on trips. Before you hit the road this winter, check out these four pet holiday travel tips to keep your best friends safe.

According to AAA statistics, over 43 million people historically travel during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, many of them with their furry adventurers! Click here for tips to make your trip with pets less stressful

On the road with your pets!

On the Road with Pets - Infographic |

Before you move, notify the company that supplied your pets’ microchips. Let them know you’ll be moving and give them your new contact information. Do the same with your pet insurance provider. Petplan offers coverage in all 50 states and Washington D.C., so no matter where in the U.S. you travel, your best friends will be protected

Most airlines have strict policies when it comes to pets and temperature. American Airlines, for example, will not accept checked pets if the current or forecasted temperature is above 85 degrees F at any location on your itinerary. Call your airline and check the forecast if you’re flying in the near future to avoid getting grounded.