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Traveling with Fido

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In a new partnership meant to make it easier for its customers to find the information they are looking for, pet supplies multichannel merchant Doctors Foster and Smith has joined with Midwest Airlines to create an online resource for people traveling with pets.

Answers to questions people have about flying with pets can be found on a page of the Doctors Foster and Smith Web site. The Web page was created by animal experts at the multichannel merchant as well as by the staff at Midwest Airlines responsible for creating its Premier Pet Program, which provides travel rewards to pets and lets customers use their Midwest Miles to pay for a pet’s travel.

The page showcases nearly 30 premium pet products that can be helpful while flying with pets, some of which have been branded with the Midwest Airlines Premier Pet Program signature. The page will also include pet travel columns researched and written by animal experts at both Doctors Foster and Smith and Midwest Airlines.
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