AAA understands that your pets are beloved members of the family and that now, more than ever, you’re choosing to bring them along when you travel. By providing information such as pet-friendly accommodations, travel tips and what do to in case of an emergency, AAA hopes to extend its promise of safety, security and peace of mind to pet parents and their four-legged family members.
Taking your pet on vacation with you can be a fun and rewarding experience, but there are things you should know before you go.
Hopefully, your pet will never get sick on the road. But you should be prepared for any turn of events by knowing how to get to the nearest animal hospital.
The benefits of dog parks are many — for pets and pet parents alike.
Whether you are going on a day trip or for a week’s vacation, it is important to know how to safely travel with your pet bird in a car to ensure that your trip doesn’t end in disaster.
If you are moving from one place to another and you need to bring your pet fish with you, it is important that you delicately handle the process to help prevent injuries or death.
Most cats do not enjoy traveling, as they are prone to feeling frightened and vulnerable when they are taken away from their familiar territory.
Maybe your dog or cat gets lost while you’re on vacation. Read these tips to prevent the worst from happening.
Your pet’s good behavior on a trip paves the way for future furry travelers and their pet parents.
I’m moving cross-country and want to fly my pets. How do I learn about airline requirements?
Is your pet a seasoned traveler? Or a first-time vacationer? Either way, be prepared.