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On the Road Again
This article first appeared in The Bark,
Issue 69: Mar/Apr/May 2012
Lisa Wogan lives in Seattle and is the author of, most recently, Dog Park Wisdom. lisawogan.com
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Submitted by Mary | April 4 2012 |

Very helpful information. I've traveled with dogs and two potty-training daughters, so just planning travel with a dog sounds like a breeze. Regardless, it's always good to keep that sense of awe and patience our dogs model for us.

Submitted by abbygirlalso | April 5 2012 |

This is great information for folks who are new to traveling with their dog. When I take out my dog's suitcase from the closet, he gets so hyped spinning circles, wagging his tail, running for the front door. He doesn't care where we are going he just can't wait to get there. I have to pack his suitcase the morning we are leaving and not before. If I pack his suitcase too early, everytime someone goes for the front door he thinks It's Time ! and has a hard time settling down. I love his excitement, ready to see new things, visit with people and playing with other dogs. What makes him happy makes me happy

Submitted by Jenny Bruin | April 3 2014 |

Information in this article is outdated. Companionair is not flying at this time. Also, I'd like to see auto manufacturers pay more attention to features that would make travel with pets safer and more comfortable, most notably, air conditioning that can operate when the car is off and locked.

Submitted by renzo | April 7 2014 |

Or just don't leave your dog in the car when you're not in it. Leaving your dog in the car even with a/c is not good.