I’ll be honest – It’s been six months and I’m still on the fence about it all. I mean I don’t hate “her” or anything… but if her antics at our Puppy Shoot with Liz Bradley are anything to go by …. *sigh* Oh. Yeah. I guess I should introduce you. It would be the polite thing to do. Dear Reader; meet the newest addition to our family […]

Did you know the bipeds got married last summer? Yep! And what a day it was! A day that included loads of dogs too, because I had my own guest list! Oh yes! But first, let me tell you about the civil ceremony. I will save the spiritual wedding (held at sunset) for later. As I mentioned in our post on the epic engagement in Prague; one of the reasons […]

HUGE announcement! She asked. He said yes! The bipeds are engaged! And it only took Mom TWO YEARS to plan this — THIS — perfect moment that took place a few weeks ago during our trip to Prague (September 14th to be exact). As travel bloggers you knew it would be during a travel spree right? But two years to plan a proposal? I guess it is true what they say: […]

  The blog turns five years old today! If that doesn’t seem like a long time to you, then let me try and put this milestone into context. Five years ago, selfie sticks, Uber, and Hulu didn’t exist, and Instagram was just barely launched. Five years ago, I heard Mom say to Dad, “It will be a travel blog. But not just a blog. More than that. A […]

Has it really been two years and 86 posts?  Two years of pet travel blogging… wow. Wow. Anniversaries (or Birthdays) are usually a time for reflection and celebration.  So before I return to the party, the friends, food, drinks, music and the general state of revelry… what? Oh! … no no no … not for the blog; it is also Dad’s birthday today… didn’t I mention that? Oh, […]

Even as my bipeds fight bad head colds … we are so excited about this we can barely sit still!  At long last The UK will harmonize its pet movement rules with the rest of the European Union.  As of the 1st of January 2012 the UK (along with Ireland, Sweden and Malta) will leave behind the archaic six-month quarantine that has been in place from the 1800s. […]