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By Matt Kibbe
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Kelly E. Carter
Travel for humans during the holidays is tough enough: long lines, crowds, extra bags full of presents. Throw a pet in the mix, and it's a recipe for disaster.
Tennis star Venus Williams hopes her failure at the French Open will spur her on to success at Wimbledon next week.
"Some dogs don't like to travel, some love it," said Kelly E. Carter, the pet travel expert for AOL's Paw Nation and a Chihuahua owner. "You have to know your pet."
"My God, are pets being considered killers, like smoke? That's a sign people don't want to be around pets," she said.