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. […]

After flying to Fort Myers with a small dog … me… the bipeds agree that there is always far more charm associated with a small airport.  Not only does the smaller size make it more manageable to maneuver, the atmosphere is also always far more pleasant.  The staff tend to smile more, things are a little more relaxed.  Not lax – but less … how shall I put […]

For my very first birthday (June 14th, 2011), my bipeds got me a booster seat.  Now, for some people this may seem extreme; but the fact is that every year thousands of dogs are killed in automobile accidents.  Many from hanging their head out the window and getting debris lodged in them in some horrid way.  Others are in the front seat and when a collision occurs the airbag […]

The bipeds always prefer going through US customs at the Ottawa National Airport. This little perk is a well kept local secret. Flying to Philadelphia with a small dog has huge advantages over other airports. It’s small, it’s quiet, it is highly efficient and it’s quick; all major bonuses when travelling as a four legged tourist. The only down side is on a human front – the Duty Free […]

Travel to the Everglades with a small dog and taking an Airboat Tour sounded like a great idea! If you’ve never been to Florida, and you have never seen these particular everglades (and if you are/were a CSI Miami fan like” mom” was before they gave up cable…) then there is one thing you really want to do; an Airboat Everglades Tour.  The Bipeds were faced with two […]