When Pet Airways first launched, it had the tremendous opportunity to provide an incredible and comfortable travel journey for so many pets. Here we share an excerpt of a story of one Pawsenger, Finney, featured on the Huffington Post:
Ever wanted to travel long distances with your pet, but didn’t want to drive, your pet is too big to fly under the seat in a plane and/or you know too many horror stories to put him in cargo? Pet Airways is solving those travel challenges with its small pet-only planes where dogs, cats and other critters travel in the cabin. This is how my rescue dog Finney took to flying the friendly skies…
Pet Airways was recently featured on JohnnyJet.com as the website of the week! Their article highlights that these days, pets are a part of the family, and when we decide to travel, we need a safe way to take them along for the journey. JohnnyJet.com writes:
See the world through fresh eyes: your dog’s. One of my favorite memories is of a hike we took with our dog Bella at Yosemite National Park. If it hadn’t been for her, we would never have seen the mule deer grazing just a few yards away. Dogs see, hear and smell things that our puny senses would never pick up, making them perfect companions for exploring the great outdoors.
Bag packed. Check.
Kong? Well, sure. This travel checklist isn’t for you, it’s for your dog. We at Pet Airways know that one of the most important things you can do when traveling with your dog is to pack proven entertainment that will intrigue him for hours. For many dogs, that’s a tough, durable Kong toy packed with their favorite treats.
You might not think of this city of skyscrapers and chill winds as especially pet-friendly, but you would be off the mark. If you are whisking your dog to the Windy City, you’ll be glad to know that there is a plethora of activities to keep the two of you entertained. Parks, baseball, boating, gardens, dining: whatever your pleasure, you’re sure to find a way to enjoy it here with your dog. Let us help you sniff out some fun things to do.
By Arden Moore for Pet Airways
Cats have been part of this planet for eons. Yet, through the ages, they have been loved and loathed. Fortunately, cats are enjoying a popularity movement – they outnumber dogs as America’s favorite pet by a margin of 90 million to 73 million.
For more than six decades, Betty White has achieved success in her two favorite passions: a love for acting and a love for animals. This six-time Emmy winner and president emeritus of the Morris Animal Foundation, happily shares her Los Angeles home with Pontiac, a devoted golden retriever. Betty takes time to chat with Arden Moore of Pet Airways, about the golden lessons in life that pets teach her every day and the continuing role she plays in strengthening the human-animal bond.
Read about Arden Moore’s interview with Betty White.
We know a lot more about dog and cat behavior these days than ever before, but there are still lots of myths about pet care and behavior floating around that are just plain wrong. Pet Airways wants to set the record straight, so we talked to some of the top dogs in pet medicine, skin care and behavior. Here’s what they had to say about some common old wives’ tales, plus some pet-friendly advice on care and training.
In the fascinating world of felines, fiction can sometimes blur fact. Gospel truths are anything but and so-called impossibilities are 100 percent certainties. I’ve surveyed some of the country’s top veterinarians and animal behavior consultants to set the record straight on seven of the most common cat myths.