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Dogs want to see the world, too!
Traveling with your good boys and girls doesn’t have to be limited to road trips. International dog travel may seem daunting at first glance thanks to long-haul flight safety and dog import paperwork. However, through careful preparation and planning, you and your fur-friend can explore the world together!
Gigi and her senior rescue Yorkshire Terrier, Roger, have been roaming around Europe the last few years. Together, they've people-watched at Parisian cafes, island-hopped in Greece, hung out at ruin pubs in Hungary, shopped for fresh tagliatelle in Italy, and survived a strict lockdown in Spain. She has encountered all sorts of challenges along the way and loves to share her experiences with other travel-enthusiasts who love their dogs.
Join us to learn:
- Whether or not you should bring your dog to Europe
- What to expect & how to keep your dog safe on international flights
- If your dog needs visas/paperwork to enter European countries
- How to find dog-friendly accommodations
- How to use public transportation with your dog
- Examples of dog-friendly activities around Europe
- How to keep your dog safe in Europe
- Extra costs you could incur while traveling with your dog
Since 2016, Gigi C. has been living the nomadic life with her senior rescue Yorkshire Terrier. She is the creator behind Wet Nose Escapades: A Yorkie’s Guide to Healthy Dog Travel, which is narrated by her ultra bossy furry travel companion Roger Wellington. Together, they find the best dog-friendly activities wherever they go and teach dog pawrents how to travel with their dogs.
To date, Gigi has traveled to 50 countries, lived on 3 continents, and taken Roger W. on over 45 flights and countless trains across more than 20 countries.