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Maltese dog in pajama, on an early flight in his "invisible dog" bag

On His First Flight My Baby Doggy Met HRH

Gucci caught his first flight when he was two months old. It was also his first contact with the outside world. Everything Gucci does from day one, he does it with glamour, so his first friend had to be … a royal. Read about Gucci’s first flight. Continue reading

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Boston Terrier in her car bed

A Cheat Sheet With Eight Things You Need To Do When Traveling With Your Dog

There are eight things you need to do when traveling with your dogs by plane to provide a safe and happy travel adventure for both you and your dog. Continue reading

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Maltese dog stretching in the car after a long ride

Preparing Your Dog For The Flight

Tips from an experienced dog traveler about flying with a small dog and having him inside the airplane cabin with you. What to do the day before the flight? How to prepare the dog for the flight? What do you have to do on the day of the flight, at the airport? How to pass the security control?
Be prepared, know all the steps you'll have to do at the airport, so you don't walk around the insecure, nervous and scared you'll lose your flight. Continue reading

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Baby Boston terrier with the "I just farted" look

How I Feed My Dogs And Why None Of Them Was Ever Overweight

I had many dogs in my life and none of them was overweight.
Never in my life had I used the measuring cup or a scale for weighing their food. Never in my life, I had a food-obsessed dog. Continue reading

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Maltese dog celebrating his birthday

Dry vs Canned Dog Food

My longtime experience with giving my dogs dry vs. canned food.

As I explained in my earlier post, I never measure the dog's food! That's why all my dogs were psychologically balanced and not obsessed with food, as well as very fit little guys. None of my dogs was ever fat and none of them was drooling around people who were eating. They always have their bowls full of food and they decide when and how much they want to eat. Continue reading

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