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Dog Breed Destinations – Part II

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Today our dogs are an integral part of our daily lives.  The eagerness for our companionship is like no other. The adage is undoubtedly correct, that "dogs are man's best friend".  If you are considering adding a new pet to your family, consider which type will fit your family best. 

Traveling is made a little trickier when it comes to carrying our fur babies with us.  Thankfully, many modern travel options are pet-inclusive. Check out AAA's latest Pet Book with over 13,000 pet-friendly accommodations listed. Marriott Hotels are pet-friendly and partnered with AAA, so booking there is a no-brainer. 

 

The Affenpinscher is described as a famously funny, confident, and fearless toy breed, making it sound like the perfect friend.  Affenpinschers generally do not get larger than 12 to 13 pounds, either.  These are great life and travel companions. Book this Best of Germany trip and visit the place these adorable dogs originated.  Your Affenpinscher is already packed and ready to go!

 

The Polish Tatra Sheepdog is perfect for the family that likes to exercise.  These babies average between 80 and 130 pounds and need a daily walk.  They are great with kids and other canines.  Visit your dog's home country of Poland on this Pilgrimage to Poland trip.  

 

The loyal Shikoku is native to Japan.  These beauties are full of energy; they are also brave and smart.  Take this Splendours of Japan trip to see the mother country of your vivacious pet.  

 

The Pharaoh Hound is native to the Maltese Islands. This playful dog grows no larger than sixty pounds and is energetic and affectionate. Book this Marina Hotel trip to explore beautiful Malta. The private beach club on St. Georges Bay is reason enough to make this a vacation destination for you and your pooch.

 

The Tamaskan was first crossbred in Finland to resemble a wolf. These dogs were bred to be sled dogs, but look wild. They are sociable, intelligent, and obedient, grow no larger than 84 pounds, and usually live for up to fifteen years.  Enjoy this Week in the Baltics trip and get up close and personal with Finland. Your fluffy buddy will love the snow!

Remember, AAA is your one-stop travel planning agency.  Visit your local travel location for passport services, international driving permit and travel wallet!  Contact your trusted AAA Travel agent for a memorable trip with your doggy companion.  Call 1-800-444-8691 today!

 

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