Choose a right car for your dog

If you have a dog at home, and you like camping trips, it would be necessary for you to buy a car suitable for your dog sitting. Otherwise if the dog doesn’t like stay in it, or happen some unpleasant things in the process of car ride, it will definitely affect your mood. While what kind of car is good for dog?


May be storage space should be the first to be considered. With plenty of room in the back to put a dog bed and toys and other things for your beloved dog to enjoy.

Here is some suggestions :

Ford Flex. Large passenger area with a rear hatch access that is pretty close to the ground. The height comes in handy when your aging Golden Retriever comes down with arthritis.

Honda Element. Easy for dogs to jump in and out, plenty of room and no carpet equals easy clean up of hair or motion sickness.

 The Audi A6. Ideally the 1998-2004 vintage.

It’s large, comfortable and does not want to be driven fast ever, so Fido is less likely to puke in the back. Quattro will help you into any fields you need to park in but it’s still low enough that old dogs can get in by themselves.

Get it with cloth seats and a load-liner and you’re all set.

The Honda Element. Because you can open the doors and hose it down.

Without a doubt my 3rd Gen 4Runner (or any 4Runner for that matter). When I was looking for a new car I needed 2 things. 1) 4WD to get me around in Vermont winters/summers and 2) A place for my 90lb Husky/Golden mix to chill out during our adventures. The 4Runner’s rear glass rolls all the way down so my dog can lean his big ass head out and drool and sniff till his hearts content. Also, the rear area is so spacious. I can pack him in there along with my camping gear. It does come with carpet but after spending less than 100 bucks I have a nice Weathertech rubber mat back there so he can be as muddy and wet as wants to be and all I have to do is hose it off. Definitely the 4Runner if you like your dog and want to take him where dogs belong, out in nature.

Taking your Dog on Holidays with you

Do you feel that your dog is a genuine part of the family?  When you go away on holiday, you would be unsetting if your dog to be left behind. So how can we let the dog enjoy a safe and happy journey with us?

Fortunately, more and more destinations are willing to accommodate people holidaying with their pets.  So with just a little extra planning, you can enjoy taking your furry best friend on your next trip away.


Train, plane or automobile?  Whether you are taking a driving holiday or flying to your destination, you will need the right restraints to keep your dog safe.

For driving, a safety harness or a barricade across the backseat is important.  Also make sure there is good ventilation.  If your best friend is travelling in the back of a ute, take care with an ample size cage and don’t forget about shade.

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For those taking to the skies, check with your airline as they will have strict rules about dog carriers and even dog breeds.  For instance, Qantas allows small to medium dogs but has some exceptions relating to dangerous breeds and puppies less than 8 weeks old.  Excess baggage fees may also apply so do your homework in advance.

You will also need an authorized crate or carrier to fly on a plane.  Luckily, there is no need to invest in purchasing an expensive carrier just for a one off holiday.  You can easily hire one from places such as Jet Pets which are specifically designed for air travel. 

Welcome to spring. Enjoy the outdoors!

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Welcome to spring. Enjoy the outdoors!

As the days grow longer, the weather gets warmer. The snow is finally melting here and the dogs are hanging out in the sunshine, seeming to really enjoy it. While we look forward to spring, wishing to hit the road with the pets need some preparation.

Protect your dogs eyes while traveling in the car by preventing your dog from hanging it’s entire head out the window. Be careful not to open the window too wide if your dog is prone to bolting. Never travel with your dog in the back of a pickup truck without ensuring that he or she is secure and safe.