Top 5 Pet Travel Websites

Jul 15, 2022 | 0 comments

by Lisa Dempsey, Southeast Texas Chapter Guide

The number of attractions, restaurants, hotels, and parks that allow you to bring your pets has increased over the years.  My top five pet travel sites will help you make the most of traveling with your fur baby.  Whether you are looking for a dog park along your route or a pet-friendly restaurant, these sites will help you find what you need for a safer and more enjoyable trip!

The most well-known top 5 pet travel site is probably  This site is easy to use for finding local restaurants that are pet friendly.  It also features a page with National Pet Events you may want to attend with your pet.

Woman with blond hair and a jacket sitting on a bench in a park with her small dog going on a hike from the top 5 pet travel sites

My favorite site for anyone bringing their pet on a road trip in their camper or RV is  It has a dedicated page for recreational sites such as dog-friendly beaches, pet-friendly attractions, and guides to a pet in National and State Parks.

For planning a road trip with your pet, check out PetsWelcome.comIt has the most robust trip planner, and includes an emergency exit plan to create an escape route should inclement weather require an immediate evacuation.

A gray cat peaking out of a bright orange hammock hanginf from two trees

Are you considering an overseas vacation?  Do you have a bucket list dream trip to Europe?  Check out for details and information on how to bring your beloved pet on the journey with you.  It shares the documents you need to travel with your pet and facts about pet travel in many popular countries.

Last but not least is  This site has my favorite traveling with your pet blog.  It also features an excellent disaster preparedness guide that anyone traveling with a beloved pet should read and follow the checklist for home or the road.

Pet travel site shows a Girl sitting by a lake watching a black and white dog jump and play in the water

Many of our Girl Camper Events are pet-friendly.  Event attendees must also follow the park or campground policies.  Pink It Out in the Park 2022 includes a Puppy Parade as one of the activities for the Girl Campers bringing their dogs with them to the event.  Be sure to read through the details of each event to learn more about bringing your four-legged friend with you. I do not get to bring my two Cardigan Welsh Corgis with me on my trips. They prefer staying at home with the rest of the family and I don’t know how my crew at home would handle them being away! Meet Mick (he has the moves like Jagger) and the Mighty Zeus. They are both fluffy Cardigans.

Two Cardigan Welsh Corgi Dogs with Black white and brown coloring sitting next to each other in a yard
Mich & Zeus are Lisa Dempsey’s Cardigan Welch Corgis


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