These are the companies, websites, and information we use when planning a trip with our dogs. Check back here often when planning as we love to update with new finds.
Airbnb allows you to rent entire homes, private rooms, or shared rooms, all over the world. You and your pup can enjoy the comforts of a home at a fraction of the price of a hotel.
Want to try it out? Sign up here and get $40 towards your first trip!
Trip Advisor lets you book pet friendly hotels or vacation rentals. Their reviews, filters, and list of things to do make planning a full trip a breeze.
Meetup allows you to discover local meetups across the globe. Join a pug meetup in London, NYC, or Barcelona, or a dog playgroup on the beaches of Rio de Janeiro. It’s a great way to connect with the dog community wherever you’re traveling.
Rover makes it easy to find trusted pet services in the U.S. and Canada. Their network of dog sitters, dog walkers, and doggy day care lets you off the hook when you need a little help. Download their app to use them on the go.
BringFido lists over 100,000 dog friendly hotels, restaurants and attractions around the world. Their descriptions and reviews help you narrow down what to do, and their 24/7 support
Moving? Pet Relocation helps get your pet to your new home, safe and sound. Their pet transportation services are offered worldwide, with over 30,000 pets moved so far!
Dog Buddy allows you to keep track of your dog’s veterinary information, medications, vaccinations, allergies and other relevant information all in one place. It’s a must have in case of an emergency.
Pet First Aid
The American Red Cross Pet First Aid app provides veterinary advice for everyday emergencies. Their videos, interactive quizzes, and step-by-step advice are a great resource when traveling.