So somehow @staciejodina convinced me that it is a good idea to become Lake George winter 12sters. Not sure what’s more daunting, hiking 12 mountains in the winter or the fact that we’ve only given ourselves six weeks to do it...😬. 2 down 10 to go.
Chinese New Year in Chiang Mai’s China town. It’s now the year of the dog 🇨🇳 🐕🐾🇹🇭
Chinese New Year in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Happy Year of the Dog!🐕🇹🇭🐾
The dog on a plane.
Have you ever thought about traveling by plane to the unknown with your dog? Holidays in warm countries? Or maybe moving to the other end of the world? ...
Exactly. In April we will be moving from Poland to the USA. Of course, I can not imagine leaving Sir Cheddar behind, so poor guy has to fly with us. I hope that we will get a lot of support from you in this very stressful situation. I'm scared for our Cheese Pup, but I believe we can do it 🙂
Below are some valuable information:
Not all airlines agree to take animals onboard, and if so, usually we can take only a small dog, weighing no more than 8 kg (about 18 lbs, the upper amount may vary on airlines) to the cabin. Larger animals must travel as oversized baggage in a cage under the deck (except for service dogs and ESA certified dogs). In this situation, the most important thing is to make sure the room is air-conditioned / heated. I suggest to not travel in the winter and summer months, where even a heated airplane standing a few hours on the apron may be a problem. Regarding sleep pills, where opinions are divided, some airlines have even banned the administration of these medications because they are most likely the cause of the death of dogs due to differences in pressures during the flight. The dog's cage should have a special IATA (International Air Transport Association) certificate. It must have a metal door that allows air in, have a water bowl, and the size appropriate to the size of the dog (the dog must be able to turn and stand up freely). Layovers are very problematic, so if possible, choose a direct flight. It is not recommended to take dogs with a short muzzle, such as boston terrier, bulldog, boxer, pug, lhasa apso (...), because they may have breathing problems.
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One of my travel dreams came true today! Only 2% of people who visit Yellowstone see a wolf and I can proudly say I am now part of that 2%. We were lucky enough to see the entire Junction Butte Pack, all 8 of them. Such an amazing an surreal moment! I already want to go back. What’s your travel/adventure dream?
“Life has an interesting way of letting us evolve as individuals. In this photo the feeling of fulfillment, happiness, joy, and even love I felt was indescribable. Which is crazy to think for most because I was alone in the mountains, just traveling for a day and a half. In that alone time, I learned that I could feel all those things as an individual. I didn’t need someone else. I just needed myself. You see, in life we tend to rely on others to make us feel those things. That’s the issue. We are so reliant on others, and it’s unhealthy. Happiness and love come from within, and we have to learn to be in tune with ourselves FIRST. So I just want to share that I am proud of myself for learning such an important lesson, and I hope to inspire YOU to do the same thing.” -erickajeanserrano #alwaysevolving#loveyourselffirst#innerconnectedness#nature#peace#travel#getthere#adventure#adventuretime#findyourfreedom#venture#ventureout#ontoadventure
Thanks for making everyday Valentine’s Day. I couldn’t do life without you, thanks for being my biggest encourager and best adventure partner. So proud of the person you’re becoming and proud of you for your consistency and willingness to pave the way for our future. Xoxox 💕💙✨