You’re planning a holiday and bringing your senior dog along for the fun. You want to find the best pet friendly hotel, but aren’t quite sure where to start. You first have to determine what “best” means to you, since we all have different criteria by which we judge. I would say it’s what meets the needs of you and your family…furry family member included!… Read full post
Moving is stressful no doubt about it, but did you know it’s up there with job loss, marriage, divorce and death?
I have moved a lot, but that’s what happens when you have wanderlust, and most of that moving was done with dogs and cats in tow. Yes they were usually seniors!!… Read full post
Have you been caravanning for years and just welcomed a new senior dog into your life? Or have you had a dog for years and are about to embark on your first senior caravan experience? Either way you’re setting off on a new adventure and this article will help make it amazing!… Read full post
After spending four months in Spain, we’re about to say goodbye. I can’t talk about it because I’m devastated, not to mention very unhappy. I will definitely be back for another few months in the not too distant future, but in two weeks we’ll be saying adios.
There were still a few places on our bucket list, and we just crossed off a big one – El Torcal.… Read full post
Red’s next day trip took her to El Chorro, which of course had its hiccups in terms of knowing where in the world we were going. I don’t think I can remember an outing in Spain when we didn’t get lost, which is all part of the adventure of learning your way around a new place.… Read full post
Red is quite a well-traveled dog, something you may not know!!
Adopted by me 8 years ago while living in Florida, Red is (I assume) originally from there, then moved with me to England about a year later. Every year for 5 years we flew back to Florida for 3 or 4 months, then during that time a quick visit to Toronto to visit her Canadian family.… Read full post