Pet Travel has certainly changed. On my first big trip to Europe when I was 13 we arrived in our best outfits and heels and our biggest piece of luggage. Today, it’s casual wear, sneakers and lightweight bags. But, one thing hasn’t changed, we love to take our furry companions with us.
Victoria Station, the Iconic Belmond British Pullman, and the day of fashionable Dress for Travel.
1955: Hollywood Movie Stars, Grace Kelly and her Poodle, Elizabeth Taylor and Lorraine Day arriving in New York City
Two Men Enjoying a Day at the Beach with their Furry Friend
Vintage Girl in the day when you packed up your phonograph and took it to the beach with your Furry Friend
Bulky Luggage has changed so much, but luckily, Pet Travel is increasing
1941: Handsome Movie Star, Errol Flynn and his Faithful Companion aboard a yacht
1933: “Sleep Like a Kitten and Arrive Fresh as a Daisy in Air-Conditioned Comfort” Chessie the RailRoad Kitten rode the rails in Quiet Slumber on the C&O Railway
1955: Hollywood’s Favorite Italian Actress, Sophia Loren, at the Beach in Cannes with her Dachshund
How we Dress for a Day at the Beach has Certainly Changed A Lot–But not for Furry Companions
If Only all Pets were Allowed in Theaters as here in this Publicity Photo
Pet Travel is Coming Back into Vogue. A Lot has Changed including More Comfortable Seats, and More Room for Pets
1954: The always Fashionable, Ava Gardner, arriving by Plane with her Companion Pet, Rags
1956: Hollywood Actress turned Princess, Grace Kelly, Traveling in her Stylish Way to find her Prince. She Wouldn’t Leave for Monaco without her Pet Poodle, Oliver, who was Given To Her by the Legendary Cary Grant
Staycations Are Nothing New. Stewart Granger, Jean Simmons and their 3 Companion Pets enjoy Some Family Time at Home
Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh at Grand Central Station following Tony’s Movie Premier with their Aptly Named Poodle, Houdini
America’s Little Darling, Shirley Temple, and a Furry Friend at the Beach
Dorothy Dandridge and her Pet Poodle Relaxing in Style at Orly Airport in Paris
Travel has certainly changed from dress and bulky luggage to casual wear and lightweight bags. But, one thing hasn’t changed, we love to take our furry companions with us.