Pet strollers are a great way to get your pet around. Not only are they ideal for small pets, but wheeled pet carriers assist senior or disabled pets to get around and enjoy the outdoors. Dog strollers have become popular in recent years and come in a variety of styles and colors. Whether you're looking for an all-terrain stroller or one that becomes a detachable carrier, you'll find many pet strollers here to choose from.
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Q. When traveling with our 13-year-old male tabby, we normally seclude him in the rear bath of our motorhome with litter box, water and food. He also has a hammock bed but no windows, just a skylight. Bottom line - would he be better off in a carrier up forward with us? -- William C., Winston, GA
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From: Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA
To: Lima, Peru
Pet: A miniature/medium size poodle; 4 years old; around 7 kg
Q. Hi PetRelocation,
I would like to know what the best month/season is to bring my poodle to Florida. Also, is there is any airline that will allow her to travel with me in the cabin? If not, what airlines treat pets well while they are not in cabin?
I wanted to bring her to the United States in 2012 and everything was set, but when we were checking in the guy that was attending me told me the weather was too hot in Florida during that season (it was August or July) -- was she not allowed because Lima was too cold and the change of climate could make her sick when she arrived?
She is used to traveling 2-3 hours in the car.