Traveling around Manhattan with your four pawed sweetie can sometimes prove tedious especially if he won’t fit into a backpack, let alone the back of a cab. Then it’s time to get his own pet limo.
Call [b]Pet Taxi[/b] ([url=http://www.PetTaxi.com]www.PetTaxi.com[/url]), a convenient service run by a registered animal handler who’ll pick up your furry friend in his Chevrolet Astrom — the taxicab-yellow minivan is outfitted with roomy cages and other pet necessities — and take him anywhere he needs to go. Along with making trips around town and to the airports, Pet Taxi often drives to the Hamptons. The great thing about Pet Taxi is that your pooch can travel with or without you, especially handy for those trips when you’re still stuck at work and Fido has a salon or vet appointment. Pet Taxi is available Monday through Friday from 7.30am to 8.30pm, Saturday and Sunday 9:00 am to 6:00 pm. Additional hours by appointment.
If you’re planning a vacation and a trip across the Atlantic, a more luxurious way for both you and your pet to travel is on the cruise ship [b]Queen Mary 2[/b]. Long accustomed to pampering their clientele, the Cunard company([url=http://www.cunard.com]www.cunard.com[/url]) is now extending their expertise to passengers of the four legged variety, for both dogs and cats. The cruise line has a [b]Pets On Deck[/b] program that includes services such as premium food, food dish and scoop, fresh baked treats, beds and blanket choices and even a QM2 coat. They even get a commemorative crossing certificate and personalized cruise card. QM2’s Kennel Program is overseen by a full-time Kennel Master who takes care of daily pet care responsibilities such as feeding, walking and cleaning the ship’s 12 spacious kennels. That gives you ample time to enjoy the comforts of the cruise without the concerns of your pet’s comfort. Once you’ve decided on a cruise, simply call your travel agent, our reservations team at 1-800-7-CUNARD or go to their website at [url=http://www.cunard.com]www.cunard.com[/url]