Originally posted on CBS New York:
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A recent survey showed 63 percent of pet owners plan to travel during the holiday with their dog or cat.
But before you and your four-legged friend hit the road, learn what to do — and what to not do — of taking your animal with you on the road.
Charlotte Reed, the author of “The Miss Fido Manners Complete Book of Dog Etiquette,” hit The Couch with helpful tips.
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1. Travel with your pet if she is well-behaved and can remain calm when left alone. Unfortunately, not all dogs are suited or sized to travel with you.
2. Call hotels and confirm current pet regulations and perks that they offer. Hotel pet policies change frequently, dont rely on your travel agent or pet travel website. Also, ask them for the name of a…
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