Over half of pet owners are planning to travel with their pets and roughly 2 million domestic animals board commercial and private charter flights each year. Pet travel is an important part of the travel industry and should not be taken lightly or ignored. With over a third of owners saying they simply won’t travel without their pets, making traveling with pets as accessible as possible would be beneficial for both travelers and businesses. Owners… Pet Travel TrendsRead More Pet Travel Trends
Can our dogs eat that? This is a great article, especially for pet owners when traveling with Pet Jets and are on the go! For most people feeding your dog is simply a matter of grabbing the dry kibble, putting some water in the bowl and hope that your pup loves it. There is, however, a new movement of feeding dogs a raw diet or supplementing their diets with fresh fruit, vegetables, and meat. Of… From Apples to Oatmeal and Lobster, can our dogs eat that?Read More From Apples to Oatmeal and Lobster, can our dogs eat that?
Consider attending these Pet Jets Travel Destinations in 2017! Contact Pet Jets for your next Pet Jets Travel Destinations pet friendly aircraft charter! Carnival of Venice, Italy 11 – 28 February 2017 Colorful, fascinating, funny and a superbly costumed environment in spectacular St Mark’s Square and the misty, magical streets around. For the full flavor, buy a mask, rent a costume and go to a palazzo ball (the best is the Doge’s Ball). Visit: Carnevale di Venezia website… Pet Jets Travel February 2017Read More Pet Jets Travel February 2017
Dog Travel Tips Dogs are considered as man’s best friends because of their loyalty and affection. They are sweet and cuddly, not to mention cute! You’ll be surprised that owning a dog also has benefits on your health, and there are several of them. If you don’t have a dog yet, you’ll be encouraged on getting one after reading this post. One of the things that you’ll notice about dogs is that they are active… How to Travel with Your Dog without Going Completely InsaneRead More How to Travel with Your Dog without Going Completely Insane