News You Can Use 4/16/01
WEB MAP: Travel with pets
Can't bear to leave your pet with the cat sitter or the
kennel? Here's advice for the road.
database of pet-friendly hotels in the United States, with
reviews and a guide to pet fees and deposits. The site also
offers tips for on-the-road emergencies such as a lost
Pet-friendly inns, cabins, resorts, and bed and breakfasts.
Check out "charming casitas" in Taos, N.M., or a Montana
farmhouse with a kennel ("nice for hunting dogs").
http://www.traveldog.com/ Resorts that
promise fun for you and Rover, links to pet-friendly
campgrounds, and tips on hiking with your dog.
http://www.travelpets.com/ Bone up on Trevor
the dog's travel wisdom, such as "Do not take me swimming in
the public pool." Find an accommodating hotel in the United
States, Canada, or abroad–mostly Holiday Inns, Comfort Inns,
and Quality Inns.
http://www.petswelcome.com/ Enter your
driving route to find places to stay with your pet along the
Also worth a click:
http://www.companimalz.com/ Before you
bundle your pet in the car, read up on pit stops, safety, and
ways to acclimate a pet to car travel. -Ann