Your Pets Can Earn Rewards For Flights! Here’s How!

DogCatFlyBe it for vacation, visiting family, etc., more and more pet owners are choosing to take their pets with them on airplane flights. In fact, in the United States alone, over two million pets, mainly with with fur or feathers, are transported by air every year. Many are put into cargo and we all know the problems that can sometimes cause. However for smaller pets, it’s becoming a regular occurrence for them to fly in the cabin. Here are the carriers who not only accept pet travel with open paws, but even give them rewards for their travel:

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Review of WDW Event, Update on Real ID Deadline, What To Do With Pets While Traveling & More…

Woo hoo, it’s finally the weekend! Here’s a quick recap of the posts we wrote this week:

This week Joe wrote about:

And Sharon wrote about:

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What To Do With Your Pet(s) If You Love To Travel

We’re lucky that we get to travel as much as we do. However a problem this presents is what are we to do with our toy poodle, Dobby, while we’re away from the house? Dobby is a cuddly ball of cute but she does have a mischievous streak in her.

As you can see, Dobby likes socks, I guess that’s we get for naming her Dobby (from the Harry Potter books).

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Our Weekly Recap 6/11/17 – 6/17/18

Hello, friends and HAPPY SATURDAY! Here’s a quick recap of our posts this week:

Joe wrote about:

Sharon wrote about:

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