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Chloe’s Clicks: The best recent dog travel links

You may have noticed that the blog has been quiet for a while (and that I’ve admitted defeat and titled this Chloe’s Clicks “recent” rather than “this week’s”). I have a good reason — a very good reason indeed — and I’ll announce it as soon as possible. In the meantime, forgive me. I’ll get back in gear on the blog — and don’t miss the news and chat on Dog Jaunt’s Facebook page.

The troubles at Pet Airways made the  … Read more

Photo Friday: Tater the Yorkie, and a bullet dodged

This week’s photo was sent to me by reader Kristin, who travels all over the U.S. with Tater, her Yorkie. Here he is, in what looks like a medium Sherpa carrier, on their recent trip to Portland, OR.

And the bullet dodged? Kristin mentioned how miffed she was that American now charges $175, and requires a health certificate, for in-cabin dogs. Astonished, I checked the web site, and it turns out that the agent she spoke to got his or her  … Read more

U.S. airline policies for pets as checked baggage

Since this blog focuses on traveling with a small dog, I’ve only provided you with a guide that sets out the main U.S. airlines’ policies for in-cabin pets. That’s how I travel with Chloe, and how I suspect most of you travel with your small dogs. However, I’ve created a chart for my other blog (Pet Carrier Reviews) that sets out the main U.S. airlines’ policies for pets as checked baggage, and I thought I’d let you know about it — sometimes  … Read more