If you go in vacance, you will take your pet with you?If not with who he stay?

June 27, 2009 11:47am CST
All will go in vacance this summer, will go to travelling, but almost all have a pet dog or a pet cat, or others....will you take with you your pet? Did your pet traveling with you until now? All of us know that if we travel with car, is more easier, but if we will traveling with the plain, is to much expensive and need a lot of papers to can take pet with us. So, if you let your pet home, with who you will let? FRIENDS? FAMILY?
3 responses
@maximax8 (28559)
• United Kingdom
5 Jul 09
When I went to South Africa this year my mum looked after my two dogs. She visited twice a day to feed and walk them. Last year my mum wanted to just visit once a day because she was only just better from her broken arm. So she popped by in the morning. I employed a dog walker to care for my dogs in the early evening. That was expensive. If I go on a camping trip in my home country I take my dogs with me. I did once get pet passports but now with a disabled child couldn't manage him in his buggy and my two dogs in separate cages.
• United States
27 Jun 09
When we go to Vegas in 2 weeks my boyriends parets will be watching the puppy. We are going to leave the kitten here by himself , he has an automatc feeder , an automatic water container and even the litter box is automatic..then my boyfriend parents will check on him a few times
27 Jun 09
We will be taking our dog with us this summer because we are going on holiday at home - we live in the UK and are holidaying in the UK. We are staying in a cottage that allows dogs and we will be doing mostly things that we can do with the dog - walking, picnics, beach, visiting places, and probably one day we will hire a boat. We will be travelling by car and it is easy to travel with the dog in the car. If we were going abroad we would only take the dog if it was suitable and somewhere you can travel to by ferry, e.g. Ireland or France, as taking dogs on planes isn't a great idea I don't think. If we go away and can't take the dog then she goes and stays with family.