27 Airlines That Allow Dogs in Cabin

What It’s Really Like Traveling for 2 Months with 2 Dogs

We traveled for two months with two dogs… Traveling abroad by yourself can be hectic, let alone with a friend or partner with the amount of travel logistics and planning. Our total trip was from LA to Boston, NYC, France, England (two separate trips), NYC + back to LA with my hubs. Now add two dogs to the mix and…

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Review: Sleepypod Air In-Cabin Dog Carrier Bag

I think I’ve found THE airline carrier, guys! Sleepypod‘s Air In-Cabin Carrier is so well-structured and they’ve thought of practically everything. I used it for the first time on our trip back from NYC to LA. Weston and Fira both fit in the bag comfortably (individually—not together at the same time, of course). FYI: Weston is 22 lbs and Fira…

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What You Need To Know About Pet Passports

Does my dog actually need a passport?   It is not required. If you are traveling with your dog internationally for the first time (from the US), you don’t need a passport but you must have international health certificates completed by a USDA-accredited vet. These forms will allow you to get your dog into your designated international country. The forms…

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DIY: Rosé Gummy Bears + More

How cute are gummy bears?! Well, when I found out you could make gummy bears for dogs and that gelatin is indeed safe, I knew I had to make pink rosé gummies! I made mine with pureed strawberries + coconut water. There are sooo many varieties you could make too—bone broth treats like this recipe on This Dog’s Life, pumpkin…

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Can My Dog Eat Fermented Vegetables? Yes!

Who else loves fermented foods? Pickles, kimchi, sauerkraut, jalapenos—literally, some of my favorite foods. Did you know some of your favorite foods are probably fermented too? Beer, some cheeses, wine and cacao beans are all fermented to make into chocolate. Why fermenting? There’s just something about the sour-salty and extra layers of flavor that make fermented foods so delicious and…

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Sanderson

  Ahh, the Sanderson (must say in English accent: Sanduhson). We come to London every year (anywhere from 1-3x/year) and the ONLY hotel I’ve ever stayed in is the Sanderson. The rooms are spacious and peaceful, the service impeccable and the location is super central—just off Oxford Street. Another Ian Schrager/Philippe Starck combo—it’s since been sold—but it keeps its dreamy,…

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Here’s How To Get Through The Eurotunnel With Your Dog

Here’s How To Get Through The Eurotunnel With Your Dog How the hell do you get a dog into England once you’re already in the EU? Eurostar is not dog-friendly, a private car service could cost upwards to $600 and who wants to deal with renting a car with the hassle of city parking + more? Oh, and there are ferries…

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Does My Dog Need A Health Certificate When Flying?

Does My Dog Need A Health Certificate When Flying? Yes and no. A health certificate when flying with your dog can vary state-to-state and with individual airlines. For example, if your dog is going to be checked (in the cargo of the plane—BTW this is banned for flat nosed breeds like frenchies but all others are OK) then you need…

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33 Main

Come visit the Berkshires… We recently had a stay in Lenox, Massachusetts at the adorable 33 Main–a quaint but luxurious New England-style bed and breakfast where all the lovely interiors are shoppable! Where is Lenox, Massachusetts? It’s a small, picturesque town in the Berkshires—a rural region with villages and towns in the mountains of Western Massachusetts, just 2 1/2 hours…

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