I consider myself to be a seasoned traveler, as I’ve been enjoying the road and skies since before I can remember. Now that I’m older I have my own way of doing things, and I’ve created successful routines for traveling via car and airplane with my dog. I’m an expert at traveling alone with Wynston, and in the next couple of years I’d like to be living on the road full time. In the meantime, let’s discuss road tripping alone with your pup. Here are helpful tips for surviving a solo road trip with your dog.
It had been six years since I’d been to Las Vegas when I stepped foot into Mandalay Bay for the 2018 SuperZoo event. Vegas isn’t really my style, as I’m not into the night life or drinking. However, I was over-the-top excited to attend SuperZoo, as I’ve always wanted to go. While you’ll see a complete recap of SuperZoo, I decided to create a separate blog post about our stay at the dog-friendly Mandalay Bay. There is a lot to share and talk about!
I had never been to New York. The furthest East I had been in the United States was Pennsylvania – until Monday! I was given the opportunity by Purina to fly to NYC for the Better With Pets Summit and I jumped on it. I knew the summit would be amazing and my sister had just moved to Manhattan a couple weeks prior, so I figured it’d be the perfect time to connect with her. Although it was three days of insanity, it was absolutely amazing.
(Post written February 7, 2014)
Today, I scratched “take Wynston to the beach” off his bucket list, and boy, was it incredible!