Pet Travel

Morey’s Piers Opens for Pooches in September

July 18th, 2016

Pet Travel
Courtesy: Morey’s Piers

Treat Fido to a day at Morey’s Piers. From Sept. 9 to 11, the Wildwood destination will host a number of events for canines and their owners. On Sept. 10, join the Wild Half for the first-ever Doggie Dash. For $30 for humans and $5 for dogs, you’ll get a shirt, bandana, dog tag, and […]

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Doggie Day Out Idea: The Shops at Columbus Circle

May 10th, 2016

Pet Travel

Want a change of scenery during your walk with Fido? The public areas at The Shops at Columbus Circle could be the backdrop for a day out with your pup, as they’re open to four-legged friends (with the exception of Whole Foods and the restaurants). When you’re not browsing the stores for presents for your […]

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JFK’s Terminal 4 Goes to the Dogs

May 9th, 2016

Pet Travel
Courtesy: JFKIAT

Pooches are getting their own place to relax at JFK Airport. Now open at Terminal 4, there is an indoor post-security pet area where passengers can relieve their service dogs, emotional support animals, and other pets. JFKIAT — the terminal’s management company — and Guide Dog Foundation, a guide and service dog school, partnered to […]

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Pooches Now Welcome at NY’s Outdoor Dining Areas

November 11th, 2015

Pet Travel

If you’re dining al fresco in New York, Fido is welcome to tag along now. According to USA Today, new law recently signed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo permits restaurants to allow customers’ dogs in outdoor dining areas – but only if a separate entrance doesn’t require the dogs to walk indoors or near food preparation […]

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Pet Terminal to Open at JFK in 2016

February 7th, 2015

Pet Travel

JFK Airport is going to the dogs. Next year, the world’s first animal-handling cargo terminal will open at the New York City airport, according to Gothamist. The terminal, aptly named The ARK, will house horses, livestock, pets, exotic and zoo animals, and other furry friends. The 178,000-square-foot space will have an overnight pet resort and […]

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Poll: Passengers Divided About Pets on Planes

January 19th, 2015

Pet Travel

Does your seatmate like when you bring Fido with you into the main airplane cabin? According to Mashable, 52 percent of more than 430 respondents answered that they think non-service animals should be allowed to travel in airplane cabins, in a survey conducted by Chicago-based ground transportation company Go Airport Express. Sixty-three percent of those […]

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Most Pet-Friendly American Cities for Travelers

May 6th, 2013

Pet Travel

People love their four-legged friends and pet-friendly hotels make it easier for travelers to take their “fur babies” with them when they’re away. Priceline compiled a list of the top 10 most pet-friendly cities in America, based on the number of hotels within Priceline’s network of Express Deals that are listed as “pet friendly,” as […]

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Pooch-Friendly Poconos

August 5th, 2010

Pet Travel

The Inn at Pocono Manor in Pennsylvania just got a little bit friendlier. Pet friendlier, that is. For the first time since the opening 108 years ago, The Inn has opened its doors to pets. The Inn is the longest continuously operating resort in the Poconos, and it’s the only historic resort in the Poconos […]

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Pet Travel 101

May 10th, 2010

Pet Travel
Pet Airways Founders Dan, Zoe, & Alysa

If you’re thinking about taking your pet along next time you fly, here’s how. First, make sure it’s up to the trip. Flying is stressful enough for humans, let alone animals. Also, pets should be up-to-date on vaccinations; and some airlines require a health certificate. Consult with your vet. Most domestic airlines allow carry-on dogs. cats or household birds if they fit […]

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