list a pet-friendly property
pet transportation
professionals in pet travel
pet emergency services
Our extensive resources are here to assist you in planning a trip with your pet. Our carefully researched information covers everything from international pet travel to professional pet transportation. We can help you locate professional pet sitters or emergency veterinarians or learn which national parks welcome your pet.

Happy travels.
Pets on the Go™ has extensive international pet travel resources that include DEFRA regulations. We provide a comprehensive overview of what you will need to know for international pet travel. More importantly, we provide an extensive synopsis of each country's pet entry requirements, as well as links to each consulate.
If you think that you can simply jump in the car and cross state lines with your pets – hold your horses. Dogs and cats need health certificates before traveling to any of the 50 U.S. states, and especially Hawaii. Most states have specific laws on the books that require appropriate health documentation for your visiting pet. While this isn’t an enormous issue for people who like to travel with their pets, it is important to obtain proper documentation before taking your next trip across state lines.
Transportation is our most expansive resource, covering pet air travel, fees and even car rental companies like Hertz and Avis that rent to people traveling with pets. While most U.S. train and bus lines do not transport pets, there are privately owned companies that will allow your pet on board. One cruise line allows pets, and there are a number of pet-friendly boat charters that also welcome your dogs and cats.
Pets on the Go™ professional resources contain recommendations for veterinarians, kennels pet movers and pet sitters. Our veterinary resources contain a comprehensive list of Internet sites that contain searchable databases of veterinarians and medical advice. If you are looking for a pet sitter, first read our tips on how to choose a qualified sitter and contact one of the recommended organizations to find one.
Pet emergency services is an extensive section on how pet-owners should prepare for an emergency or natural disaster. We offer advice on how to put together an emergency first aid kit and what to do if you have to leave your pet behind and in the aftermath of an emergency. We also offer a list of emergency contacts.

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