While I absolutely love ALL dogs no matter their size or breed, I’ve only ever had small-ish dogs. My biggest dog was a Corgi, who weighed around 30lbs. I have a thing for small dogs, as their compact stature is perfect for my lifestyle. I’m sure one day I will have a big dog, but for now I can’t help but appreciate all of the benefits of having a small dog. Sometimes I feel like tiny dogs are severely underestimated, so in this post I outline the benefits of choosing a smaller pooch as your bestie.
Traveling is an activity that I’ve always enjoyed, but I’ve never been over-the-top excited to go out of my way to do it. It can potentially be expensive, exhausting and stressful. However, 2017 was a tough year for me, and recently I decided I wanted to get out of my comfort zone and expand my horizons. I started doing so by traveling with Wynston – just he and I. Through our experiences, I’ve learned that traveling can take on a whole new dynamic if you bring a companion pet. Traveling with a dog has proven to be mentally and emotionally beneficial not only for me but also for those around me. Here’s what I’ve learned from traveling with Wynston.
I’m aware that there are tons of articles floating around in cyberspace about tips for traveling with pets. I even wrote a blog post about vacationing with dogs, but what about adding an injury to the mix? Sometimes you may have to travel with an injured animal (perhaps you’re moving) or maybe you want to take a fun trip! As long as it’s safe and healthy for your canine companion to travel (be sure to get the all-clear from your vet), here are some tips for traveling with an injured dog.