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Pet Care

Over half of Americans have a dog, cat or other animal they consider to be a family member. Whether you are looking for general pet care guidelines, hints on finding animal-friendly rental housing, or advice on coping with the death of your beloved companion, you've come to the right place.

Adoption

Dog Boarding

Dog Parks

Vets and Animal Hospitals

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Travel

  • TakeYourPet
    Lists 41,000 Places to stay with your pet B&B, inns, hotels, motels, resorts.
  • PetTravel
    Offers friendly hotels, pet friendly motels, passport, quarantine, and airline information for your pet.

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