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Five training tips for traveling with your dog

Today’s post is actually on another blog! Edie Jarolim, the author of Am I Boring My Dog: And 99 Other Things Every Dog Wishes You Knew and Pet Travel Correspondent for KVOA-TV in Tucson, writes a terrific blog called Will My Dog Hate Me. It covers all kinds of dog care and dog training issues, and features some amazing dog fashion, often worn by her own seriously adorable terrier Frankie. She invited me to write a guest post, and the result is Five Training Tips for Traveling with Your Dog. Please check it out — it includes the five commands we’ve found most helpful while traveling, and a bit about how we taught them to Chloe. Many thanks to Edie, and stay tuned: I’m trying to convince her to write a guest post for Dog Jaunt!


  • Rachel at PetRelocation

    I left a comment on your post at Will My Dog Hate Me? but I wanted to let you know that I enjoyed your post! Training in advance of travel is one of the most important — but also the most commonly overlooked — parts of pet travel!

  • GoPetFriendly

    THIS IS A GREAT POST! Dogs need to be trained before they travel. If they don’t listen to you at home, they sure aren’t going to be well behaved on the road (where there are more distractions). Pet owners can teach the recommended commands in 10 minutes per day – 10 MINUTES PER DAY. The key is consistency! Thanks for writing this!

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