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Posts tagged ‘overnight’

Traveling by public transit (and train) in and around Rome with a pet dog

Put briefly, your pet dog need only be leashed and muzzled to travel on Rome’s public transit, but there is a fee. Broadening the focus beyond Rome, small pets in carriers travel for free on Trenitalia regional and long-distance trains, while there is a fee for larger dogs. We haven’t been back to Rome since Chloe walked (or, rather, wiggled — she was very small) into our lives. I suspect that, as in Paris, the rules provide a general framework for  … Read more

Feeding a picky dog while traveling: Sending frozen raw dog food ahead

Photo by TheGiantVermin

Otherwise trouble-free, Chloe is a very picky eater. After extensive trial and error, we’ve found something she likes:  The raw food from Natural Pet Pantry, a small storefront in White Center, a South Seattle neighborhood. In a pinch, she will also eat Dick Van Patten’s Natural Balance rolls of dog food, but I’m not confident that she’d eat it for more than a couple of meals in a row. So today I bought some of her  … Read more