Bringing a dog (or pig, or snake, or miniature pony) on your next flight is easier than you'd ever imagine
Gone are the days of cringing at a crying baby on board or getting stuck with a middle seat. Today, travelers face a bigger (more terrifying) concern: winding up with a wild animal for a seatmate.
Just last month, that scenario became a reality for Delta passengers when a traveler brought ... More
England's latest pet project: hotels that cater to the furriest member of the family
So many posh hotels these days make a big deal of all the ways in which they cater to pets—the in-room “Best Friends” menu featuring burgers and bone-shaped biscuits at L’Ermitage in Beverly Hills, the poolside pet massage at Las Ventanas al Paraíso in Cabo among them. But make no ... More
The designer celebrated for his elegant fashions is now an Instagram star for a very different reason
Adam Lippes is known first and foremost for his elegant fashion designs, but along the way he’s also amassed a bit of a cult following for another role: dog dad. His Instagram followers can catch glimpses of his Labradoodles (Bidu, Lola and Kiko) frolicking at his upstate New York farm ... More
A life in pictures, arriving this summer to a coffee table near you
We love our share of social media pups, and Toast the dog is no exception. The self-proclaimed first supermodel dog, Toast —@toastmeetsworld as her Instagram fans would call her — will be featured in a coffee table book, ToastHampton.
A collection of simply fabulous photographs, the rescue Cavalier King Charles Spaniel will be ... More
Travel perks aimed at pampered four-legged family members
Queen Mary 2Pets on Deck Program
Cunard’s transatlantic ocean liner is the only luxury passenger ship with dedicated kennel services for cats and dogs. The iconic ship is equipped with 12 kennels, a full-time kennel master, a reserved walking deck and a private lounge, where owners can visit with their ... More
President Harry S. Truman reportedly once quipped that if you want a friend in D.C., you should get a dog. Here, a group of high-powered Washingtonians—human and canine alike—weigh in on whether that's true