• What You Need To Know About Pet Passports

    Does my dog actually need a passport?   It is not required. If you are traveling with your dog internationally for the first time (from the US), you don't need a passport but you must have ...

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    What You Need To Know About Pet Passports
  • DIY: Rosé Gummy Bears + More

    How cute are gummy bears?! Well, when I found out you could make gummy bears for dogs and that gelatin is indeed safe, I knew I had to make pink rosé gummies! I made mine with pureed ...

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    DIY: Rosé Gummy Bears + More
  • Can My Dog Eat Fermented Vegetables? Yes!

    Who else loves fermented foods? Pickles, kimchi, sauerkraut, jalapenos---literally, some of my favorite foods. Did you know some of your favorite foods are probably fermented too? Beer, some cheeses, ...

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    Can My Dog Eat Fermented Vegetables? Yes!
  • Sanderson

      Ahh, the Sanderson (must say in English accent: Sanduhson). We come to London every year (anywhere from 1-3x/year) and the ONLY hotel I've ever stayed in is the Sanderson. The rooms are ...

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    Sanderson
  • Here’s How To Get Through The Eurotunnel With Your Dog

    Here's How To Get Through The Eurotunnel With Your Dog How the hell do you get a dog into England once you're already in the EU? Eurostar is not dog-friendly, a private car service could cost ...

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    Here’s How To Get Through The Eurotunnel With Your Dog

27 Airlines That Allow Dogs in Cabin

Must Haves For A Dog Friendly Road Trip

Road trip, anyone? Road trips are sooo necessary. Something about the open roads, wind in your hair, mountains against a blue sky and wildfields stretching for miles and miles (or yellow flatlands–depending on where you’re going). There is always that certain tinge of remembering something you didn’t know you missed (classic American nostalgia?) and gratitude for the kindness of strangers.  I’ve…

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Ojai Getaway

Only 80 miles north of Los Angeles lies a picturesque, off-the-beaten-path little town called Ojai. Nestled in between the Topa Topa Mountains with hiking trails, biking and rural nature, Ojai is one of the most dog friendly places in the state! (And we know–we live here!) There are ranches here, olive groves, wineries and farms (taste the amazing fruits of labor at the…

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Marfa TX Getaway

On our roadtrip to pick up baby Fira in Missouri, I knew we definitely had to make a stop in Marfa TX. It’s a tiny town (population: 1800!) filled with artists, writers, singers, poets and just a quirky group of people. I loved it.  First stop was PRADA MARFA! We stayed at El Cosmico–a 21-acre campground with teepees, caravans, trailers…

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Palm Springs Getaway

The great thing about Palm Springs is that everyone seems to welcome dogs and it is only 107 miles from LA, making it a no-brainer for a fantastic weekend getaway. Weston and I stopped here on our way east during our road trip and we rounded up the best things to do and see with your pooch! Formerly the Viceroy,…

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Ojai Valley Inn

One of our favorite getaway places has always been Ojai Valley Inn (only 80 miles north of Los Angeles). You really can’t get much better than this! It’s one of the most magical places on earth. You have the wondrous views, the famous “Pink Moment” sunsets, the blissful spa, an award-winning golf course, complimentary bicycles, three pools, several different restaurants and bars, yoga, meditation…

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10 Dog Friendly Restaurants in Hollywood

Croft Alley. 8428 Melrose Pl. Love this little hidden gem. This rustic spot is tucked away behind Alfred’s Coffee in a charming courtyard down some steps. Yummy breakfast, sandwiches and salads. After lunch, take a leisurely stroll with your pup down the enchanting Melrose Place.  Hart & Hunter. 7950 Melrose Ave. The first word that pops to mind when I think of Hart &…

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San Ysidro Ranch

San Ysidro Ranch has always been on my list of places to stay and my guy definitely knew that, so for my birthday he says to pack a suitcase and that we’re going somewhere. We drove north as I was trying to guess–Santa Barbara? Santa Ynez? San Luis Obispo?  Long story short, the directions he printed (MAPQUEST–oh god) weren’t exactly…

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Idyllwild CA Getaway

One through five, most dog friendly places in the country, I’m gonna give Idyllwild a TEN! Idyllwild’s mayor is a golden retriever named Max. I mean, c’mon. Nestled in the San Jacinto Mountains (only about 2.5 hours away from Los Angeles), you can get all the things you’re missing in LA! Pine trees, clean air and nice people–I kid, I…

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Corso Di Napoli

I don’t know if you guys knew this but there is a section of Long Beach called Naples… that models itself after NAPLES ITALY. It is gorgeous and unexpected and so cute and why didn’t anyone tell me about it sooner?!? Beautiful homes line the street of Corso Di Napoli which is right on Alamitos Bay where your backyard is…

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