Travel to the USA and Canada With Your Dog – Interview with Mark and Mya’s Adventures
If you’re wanting to travel long term but feel as though you can’t because you don’t want to leave your dog behind, perhaps you should consider bringing them with you. Now I know that’s much easier said than done, which is why I wanted to get advice from a good friend who’s been doing this for a while to hear about his experience.
Mark is an Aussie guy with a strong love for the outdoors and an even stronger love for his 6-year-old White Shepard, Mya. He put his job in Melbourne on hold in November 2017, and they’ve since traveled over 65,000km… or 40,000 miles around more than 40 states in America and Canada. Mark and Mya ski, mountain bike and even kayak together. I’ve been following their adventures on Instagram from day one which has flourished into a blog, a highly engaged Facebook page, and multiple Facebook group communities helping others in a similar situation.
I first met Mark while we were both living in Melbourne, so was so great to be able to catch up for a chat in Portland, Oregon, while he was passing through the United States on his road trip.
What we talk about in the episode:
What are the requirements to bring a dog into the US and Canada?
How do you transport pets overseas?
How do you get your dog a plane ticket?
How does a dog fly on a plane?
How do you travel long term without much money?
And plenty more!
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