Pet umbrellas are handy when you have a small dog who may be a little stubborn about going outside in the rain to do his business. Dog umbrellas are also convenient when it's raining on the day he needs to go to the vet or groomer's. Pet rain umbrellas provide a cover over your pet so he doesn't come back in the house or vehicle soaken wet. A small tether leash clips to your pet's collar or harness while you hold the pet umbrella over him by a handle that's attached to the top. Dog umbrellas are a fun and novel product, but they do serve a purpose! Pet rain umbrellas are great for that special pet person you know.
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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: Chicago, Illinois, United States
To: Madrid, Spain
Pet: Coco, Toy Poodle, male, 5 yrs old, 7 lbs.
Q. Dear PetRelocation,
Hello, I would like to have my dog flown from Chicago, IL US to Madrid, Spain. I would like to know what steps I need to follow to have him safely flown (and with the least amount of fear). Which documents, shots, etc. do I need to get so that he can travel to Spain? I am in Spain right now and my dog is in the US with my friend.
He gets easily scared and I want to know whether it is best for me to wait and fly with him or is it reasonably safe and can it be a minimally anxious process for my little one to go through?
Thank you for your help.