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“Is Priceline a scam?”

When David Rasmussen made a nonrefundable “name your own price” reservation through Priceline, he was in for a series of […]

Pet policy spat reveals fliers’ distrust of airlines

Perrito is a 4-year-old terrier from Yelapa, Mexico, who’s proud of having made it to “El Norte” with his human companions, Raoul and Baerbel Schuhmacher. At least that’s what his Facebook page says.

Kicked off a flight because of a dogfight

Mention the word "pets" and "planes" and it's enough to start a dogfight.

Ridiculous or not? Responsible travelers vacation with their pets

Over the years, my incendiary writings have offended everyone from airline pilots to card-carrying frequent fliers to travel agents. I make no apologies for ticking them off.

Is this enough compensation? “I paid $94 to sleep in my own ant-infested bed”

Kate Farrelly has a little ant problem in her apartment, so she decided to book a hotel room while her landlord fumigated her building. She paid $181 for two nights in a "pet friendly" room at the Vagabond Inn Glendale through a Priceline-affiliate site.

Unauthorized “babies” can’t board Delta flight — now what?

Here's what happens when an airline can't get its story straight. It ends up with a passenger like John Campagna, who nearly forced to abandon his "babies" in Honolulu.

Bitten by a surprise $250 pet fee in my hotel room

It's been a while since we looked at the pets-in-hotel-rooms controversy. But today I have a cautionary tale about taking your dog on vacation.