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  • Sep
  • 16

Vegan on the Road: Central Europe

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PETA award-winning animal defender and HLN host  Jane Velez-Mitchell recently posted a terrific article CNN.com about her travels in Europe. Turns out there’s fantastic vegan food to be had from Prague to Vienna! Check out the article here .

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  • Sep
  • 4

Taking Fido With You on Vacation? Animal-Friendly Hotel Chains Abound!

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Many of us consider our animal companions to be part of the family, so it’s no wonder we sometimes want to take our furry family members with us when we travel. USA Today recently published a list of top animal-friendly hotel chains . Check it out, and be sure to read PETA’s information on traveling safely with animal companions .

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  • Aug
  • 27

Ooh La La—Vegan Splendor in France

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Vegans who are worried that the land of fromage and foie gras won’t provide them with a warm welcome should fret no more. All-vegan French inns such as the Auberge Bouyssour give the compassionate traveler the chance to enjoy the splendor of the French countryside and world-famous French cuisine.

The inn, a charming family-run establishment nestled in green hills …

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  • Aug
  • 13

Cruelty Shouldn’t Fly

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Would you board a flight if you knew that under your feet in the cargo hold , there would be terrified monkeys on their way to a laboratory , where they would be tortured and killed? Few people would. Perhaps that’s why almost every major passenger airline in the world now refuses to accept blood money for shipping primates to …

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  • Jul
  • 31

Finding a Reputable Sitter for Your Animal Companion

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The summer travel season is in full swing. Leaving your animal companion safe and comfortable at home while you travel doesn’t have to (and shouldn’t) mean checking your loved one into a kennel, cattery, or veterinarian’s office, where animals often become stressed, frightened, ill, or even hurt or lost. Ideally, “safe at home” means finding the right …

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  • Jul
  • 18

7 Ways to Help Animals While on Vacation

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Taking a vacation? Good. You deserve it. You already take action for animals in your everyday life, but how about helping them on the road, too?

Here are seven easy ways that you can help animals on your summer vacation:

1. Use HumaneTrip.com to plan your vacation.

Not only will Humane Travel make sure that your trip is compassionate in every way, …

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  • Jul
  • 14

The Winners of PETA’s 2014 Vegetarian-Friendly MLB Stadium Rankings Are …

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Take me out to the ball game. Take me out with the crowd. Buy me some … vegan pot stickers and black-bean burgers? Yep, that’s right. There’s no need for animal-friendly baseball fans to settle for peanuts and Cracker Jack anymore. Many MLB stadiums have a stacked lineup of vegetarian fare, everything from veggie dogs and faux chicken …

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