7 Pet-friendly Destinations You Must Visit With Your Four-legged Companion!

MIKHIL RIALCH | April 3, 2018

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Or two-legged. I mean, birds are pets too. So are snakes. People have been known to tame ostriches in the past. But I digress. Going on a vacation with your pet is all kinds of cool. Think epic Instagram selfies with your pet, exercises and adventures with your pets, and laying on the super-comfy bed while he shakes himself off, giving the cleaning staff extra work for their next shift. Holidays with pets are growing more popular by the day in India, as we wake up to a bevvy of pet-friendly restaurants in the country.

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