On Location with Dominic Monaghan

Go behind the scenes and see the world through the eyes of Wild Things host Dominic Monaghan.

On Location with Travel Channel Hosts

Josh Gates Admires Nepalese Sky Caves
Nepalese Sky Caves

Nepalese Sky Caves

My cameraman and I were the first people to climb into these Nepalese sky caves in over 500 years. I’m trying to forget that we have to make the terrifying climb back down by admiring the view. 960 1280

  

Tibetan Culture

Tibetan Culture

The village of Lo Manthang in the remote Mustang region of Nepal is probably the best preserved example of Tibetan culture left on earth. Here, life carries on much as it has since the Middle Ages. Here, a woman weaves yarn by hand while wearing Rastafarian looking yak hair atop her head. 960 1280

  

Dressing the Part, on the Equator

Dressing the Part, on the Equator

When taking a photo at the equator, you have to dress for both the southern and northern hemispheres. 960 1280

Josh Gates  

South Africa's Anti-Poaching Unit

South Africa's Anti-Poaching Unit

There are about 8,400 rhinos left in South Africa’s Kruger National Park. Armed anti-poaching units patrol the bush, but with nearly 1,000 rhinos killed in the park last year, it’s a dangerous, uphill battle.  960 1280

  

The Equator

The Equator

Welcome to Equador's Mitad del Mundo, or the middle of the world. On the left side of the photo is the northern hemisphere. On the right, the southern hemisphere. And down the middle, the planet’s equator.  960 1280

  

Christopher Columbus and America

Christopher Columbus and America

"This season on Expedition Unknown, we'll be digging into the real story behind some of the world's most legendary characters, such as Christopher Columbus. Get ready to be shocked by the true story of the world's most famous explorer."

 

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Josh Gates  

Robin Hood, Sir Gates and Little John

Robin Hood, Sir Gates and Little John

"Taking a picture with 'Robin Hood' and 'Little John' in Sherwood Forest." 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Stunning Ruins

Stunning Ruins

"The sun setting over English ruins makes for a gorgeous vista." 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Unearthing History

Unearthing History

"This season on Expedition Unknown, we'™ll be opening a thousand year old Mongolian tomb. How cool is that?!" 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Street Bagpipes

Street Bagpipes

"When in Scotland, do as the Scottish do, as this man plays his bagpipes on the streets of Edinburgh." 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Devil's Bridge

Devil's Bridge

"A gorgeous look at Devil's Bridge in the countryside of Bulgaria." 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Josh, Lions and Trafalgar Square

Josh, Lions and Trafalgar Square

Can't go to London without taking in some of the sights. 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Running of the Bulls

Running of the Bulls

"Every year, thousands of people attend the "Running of the Bulls" in Pamplona, Spain. The course is only 3,000 feet and the average speed of the herd is 15mph. Advice: Don't look back." 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Richard III Remains

Richard III Remains

"Recently discovered, the remains of Richard III are entombed at Leicester Cathedral in England." 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Triumph the English Countryside

Triumph the English Countryside

"This bike is quite the Triumph as it takes me across the English countryside on the search for Robin Hood." 960 1280

Josh Gates  

All Dressed Up For Scotland

All Dressed Up For Scotland

"While searching for the truth behind the legend of King Arthur, I decide to see what being Scottish is all about. And to answer your question - 'No, I'm not, and it feels liberating'." 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Backyard Adventures in Yosemite

Backyard Adventures in Yosemite

"Some adventures are right in your own backyard: an afternoon at Yosemite." 960 1280

Josh Gates  

A Skeleton Rises

A Skeleton Rises

"A closeup look at the skeletal remains of Nikolay Ovcharov and his team found at Perperikon in Bulgaria which may hold answers to the Strigoi myth." 960 1280

Josh Gates  

King Arthur's Round Table

King Arthur's Round Table

"In Winchester, Hampshire, the Round Table has been discovered ... or what King Henry VIII thinks is the Round Table." 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Gallant Sir Josh

Gallant Sir Josh

"Gallant Sir Josh Gates stands watch." 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Purple Sunrise

Purple Sunrise

"Dawn departure from Cap-Haitien, Haiti. Buckle up..." 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Not THAT Big Ben

Not THAT Big Ben

"Big Ben is not THAT big." 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Lederhosen and Beer

Lederhosen and Beer

"While mounting an expedition in Germany to look for lost treasures, I decide to take a break and explore a German beer hall. Needless to say, things get a little boozy. (Honestly, I have no idea whose lederhosen I'm wearing.)" 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Jerusalem Smiles

Jerusalem Smiles

"Exploring the storied streets of Jerusalem. Endless streets filled with vendors, history and true characters."

 

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Josh Gates  

Sunset Cemetery

Sunset Cemetery

"The local cemetery in Martinou de Sus as the last light of day fades in Romania." 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Stunning Ruins

Stunning Ruins

"All that is left of the once magnificent Glastonbury Abbey which is said to be the final resting place of King Arthur and his Queen Guinevere." 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Budapest and Accordions

Budapest and Accordions

"An accordion player shows off his local flavor on the streets of Bucharest, Romania." 960 1280

Josh Gates  

The Winding Path Ahead

The Winding Path Ahead

"Navigating the streets of Budapest can be a challenge, doing it in a vintage, 3-wheeled, Czechoslovakian car ... well that'™s just crazy."

 

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Josh Gates  

Havana, Cuba

Havana, Cuba

The Malecon waterfront in Havana, Cuba. Where old meets even older.  960 1280

Josh Gates  

Mummified Snow-Leopards

Mummified Snow-Leopards

The monasteries of the Mustang Region in Nepal are mystical and protected places. This particular shrine is guarded by several mummified snow-leopards. I’m guessing these are highly effective in warding off intruders. 960 1280

  

Swayambhunath Temple in Kathmandu, Nepal

Swayambhunath Temple in Kathmandu, Nepal

Swayambhunath temple in Kathmandu, Nepal is home to hundreds of monkeys who watch over the soaring Buddhist shrine. They’re cute…just don’t take out a candy bar in front of them or it turns into Planet of the Apes. 960 1280

  

Cave Art in Nepal’s Mustang Region

Cave Art in Nepal’s Mustang Region

Stunning cave art from remote cliffside dwellings in Nepal’s Mustang region. 960 1280

  

Interior Design with an Aztec Flair

Interior Design with an Aztec Flair

The Aztecs were one of the mightiest civilizations in the ancient Americas. Their sense of interior design, however, is a little harsh for my taste. 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Rain and More Rain in the Cloud Forests of Ecuador

Rain and More Rain in the Cloud Forests of Ecuador

Trekking into the cloud forests of Ecuador made for one of the most challenging days in Expedition Unknown history. With constant rain and fog, nearly everything gets soaked. Except for this llama, who brought his own raincoat.  960 1280

Josh Gates  

Cleaning Up at Teotihuican Ruins in Mexico

Cleaning Up at Teotihuican Ruins in Mexico

You think your job is tough? Try being on the janitorial staff at the ruins of Teotihuican in Mexico. This place is falling apart. Literally. 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Holding it Down on the High Seas

Holding it Down on the High Seas

While traveling the world for a living is an honor, not every day is a walk in the park. Here, my 2 cameramen do their best not to puke while filming in horrible seas off the coast of Florida. You don’t want to see the "after" photo. 960 1280

Josh Gates  

New Friends in Tibet

New Friends in Tibet

One of the best parts about traveling is making new friends. This little guy came right up to our car near the border of Tibet. 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Tailors of Ecuador

Tailors of Ecuador

In the markets of Ecuador, you can buy just about anything, or mend the things you already own. 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Hanging with the Locals in Cuba

Hanging with the Locals in Cuba

On a recent expedition to Florida, I decided to blend in with the locals. Of course, most of the locals are about 80 years old. 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Coming Full Circle in Nepal

Coming Full Circle in Nepal

A few years ago, I was lucky enough to go to the Olympics in Vancouver. I remember standing in line to buy an overpriced red sweatshirt to commemorate my trip to the games. I was recently amazed to see the kid's size of the same sweatshirt a few thousand miles away in the high-altitude Nepalese village of Lo Manthang. Makes me wonder the journey it took to get here. Also, this adorable kid wears it much better than I did. 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Getting Connected in the Kalahari Desert

Getting Connected in the Kalahari Desert

The internet isn’t really a thing yet in the Kalahari Desert. But, we’re working on it. 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Hanging Out in Kathmandu's Durbar Square

Hanging Out in Kathmandu's Durbar Square

Hanging with a Hindu holy man in Kathmandu’s Durbar Square. It kind of looks like he just pulled 5 quarters out of my ear. This dude's a straight-up magician! 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Jeepney's of the Philippines

Jeepney's of the Philippines

In the Philippines, locals trick out busses known as "jeepneys," cobbled together from old U.S. military jeeps from WWII. 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Hope Returns to Kathmandu

Hope Returns to Kathmandu

Nepal suffered a devastating blow in 2015 when it was hit with a 7.8 magnitude earthquake. A year later, the cleanup is in full force, and hope is returning to the storied streets of Kathmandu. 960 1280

  

Checkers, South African Style

Checkers, South African Style

Checkers in South Africa. Now if I can only find the icy-cold bottles those caps came from. 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Lion Sand Game Reserve, South Africa

Lion Sand Game Reserve, South Africa

South Africa’s National Parks are filled with some of the wildest creatures on the planet, but that doesn’t mean you have to live like an animal. Here’s a look at my stunning treehouse retreat at the incredible Lion Sands Game Reserve. 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Booze Traveler
Wagon

Wagon

Riding in the back of a wagon in the city outskirts in Hungary. Their preferred method of transportation. 960 1280

  

Acropolis

Acropolis

The theater at the Acropolis in Athens. 960 1280

  

Booze Crew

Booze Crew

The Booze Traveler crew in Manila, Philippines. 960 1280

  

Arctic Circle

Arctic Circle

Well, no going back now … 960 1280

  

Bridge of Death

Bridge of Death

Walking across the so-called “bridge of death” in the Philippines. 960 1280

  

Bugatti

Bugatti

In a 1929 Bugatti. A pretty good way to see Sicily, Italy! 960 1280

  

Chocolates

Chocolates

Making chocolates in Savannah. Yes, we are adding liquor to them. 960 1280

  

Cow's Blood

Cow's Blood

Drinking cow's blood with the Maasai in Tanzania can get a little messy. 960 1280

  

Dive Bar

Dive Bar

Tanzania, Africa. I like dive bars, but ... ;-) 960 1280

  

Drinkin' and Fishin'

Drinkin' and Fishin'

Drinkin' and fishin' in the Okefenokee Swamp in Georgia. Well, I'm drinkin' and they're fishin'. I mean, the show is called Booze Traveler! 960 1280

  

Female Impersonator

Female Impersonator

At a female impersonator show in Savannah. This is all I can show you. ;-) 960 1280

  

Gypsy Dance

Gypsy Dance

Dancing with Hungarian gypsies. 960 1280

  

Hobbiton

Hobbiton

Walking through the Shire in Hobbiton, New Zealand. 960 1280

  

Hungarian Feast

Hungarian Feast

Lunch the Hungarian way — a gigantic, all-day feast. 960 1280

  

Ifugao People

Ifugao People

With the Ifugao people in the Philippines. 960 1280

  

Jeepney

Jeepney

Riding on top of a jeepney, because that's how they do it here in the Philippines. 960 1280

  

Kava

Kava

Trying some kava at a formal ceremony in New Zealand while wearing the traditional lava-lava. 960 1280

  

Maasai Warriors

Maasai Warriors

Walking with the Maasai warriors of Tanzania. 960 1280

  

'Macbeth' Throne

'Macbeth' Throne

Something whiskey this way comes. At the castle in Scotland that inspired Macbeth. 960 1280

  

Maui Sailing

Maui Sailing

Sailing old-school on Maui. 960 1280

  

Patagonia

Patagonia

Patagonia, Argentina. I would turn around to see that beautiful view of the Andes, but I'm afraid I might fall. 960 1280

  

Pharmacia

Pharmacia

Stopping into a place called Pharmacia for a little "medicine" in Buenos Aires. 960 1280

  

Puppet

Puppet

Hey, wait a minute: This puppet in Sicily looks an awful lot like me … ;-) 960 1280

  

Rugby

Rugby

About to play rugby with some professionals in New Zealand. This could go a little sideways, I'm thinking. 960 1280

  

Sailing

Sailing

Sailing into the sunset in Zanzibar, Tanzania. 960 1280

  

Rock Sledding

Rock Sledding

Doing a little rock sledding in Hawaii. It's all downhill from here. 960 1280

  

Shepherds

Shepherds

With shepherds on the Greek island of Crete. 960 1280

  

Deer in Argentina

Deer in Argentina

Oh, deer! 960 1280

  

Snowshoeing

Snowshoeing

A little snowshoeing through the Andes of Patagonia, Argentina. 960 1280

  

St. Andrews

St. Andrews

At the world-famous St. Andrews golf course in Scotland. Oh, yeah, and I'm wearing funny clothes. 960 1280

  

A Match Made in New Zealand

A Match Made in New Zealand

I love you... still 960 1280

  

Viking Cruise

Viking Cruise

Oh, it's THAT Viking cruise line?! (Shetland, Scotland) 960 1280

  

Oye Hombres!

Oye Hombres!

Do not mess with me! Behind the scenes of Esmeraldas getting into character for my scene as a bad guy. 960 1280

Karla Cavalli  

Back to the Future

Back to the Future

I was blown away by how futuristic these bad boys look! The high-speed Bullet Trains or Shinkansen in Tokyo, Japan. Their average delay time is about 30 seconds. Late for work? Cross that excuse off your list if you live here! 960 1280

Karla Cavalli  

World Ranking

World Ranking

Behind the scenes of World Ranking! Waiting for my cue to hop on stage and battle it out with their host Imoto Ayako - Japanese style! 960 1280

Karla Cavalli  

Cheat Sheet

Cheat Sheet

Backstage at The Winner Takes It All’ nervously prepping for my imminent tone-deaf performance. Totally cheated because I couldn't remember my lyrics. 960 1280

Karla Cavalli  

Riding Solo

Riding Solo

Looks like I'll be walking home. 960 1280

Karla Cavalli  

Proost!

Proost!

Amsterdam...you are as beautiful as Stroopwafels are delicious. 960 1280

Karla Cavalli  

The Snow Maiden

The Snow Maiden

In Moscow dressed as the Russian fairytale legend Snegurochka, the Snow Maiden toasting to the holidays with beloved TV Host John Warren and friends on the set of his travel show Let's Go and Let's Eat. 960 1280

Karla Cavalli  

Gorky Park

Gorky Park

Gorky Park in Moscow! Shooting in a winter wonderland above the largest Ice Rink in all of Europe and Russia! 960 1280

Karla Cavalli  

Setting the Stage

Setting the Stage

The calm before the 'Ice Age' storm. Before the audience fills the theatre, before the judges take their seats and before the cameras start to record the competing teams warm up and rehearse their routines in costume on the ice. 960 1280

Karla Cavalli  

Cheese!

Cheese!

My first day in India and I got quite the warm welcome! All smiles! 960 1280

Karla Cavalli  

Namaste

Namaste

Namaste from India! On the very colorful set of Home Minister. 960 1280

Karla Cavalli  

Butter Chicken

Butter Chicken

Making Butter Chicken with the very charming, very famous TV host and chef Sanjeev Kapoor! 960 1280

Karla Cavalli  

Selfie Time!

Selfie Time!

Testing my techie skills and taking selfies at I24 News in Tel Aviv, Israel on a show called The Tube. 960 1280

Karla Cavalli  

Animals Around the World

Rabbits on Okunoshima, Japan

Rabbits on Okunoshima, Japan

During World War II, Japan used the island of Okunoshima for producing chemical weapons. Now, it’s a much happier place that’s better known as Rabbit Island, because it is home to hundreds of wild bunnies. The adorable inhabitants of this popular tourist destination hop up to visitors in search of scratches and snacks. 960 1280

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Pigs on Big Major Cay, Bahamas

Pigs on Big Major Cay, Bahamas

Bet you never thought of swimming with pigs as an adventure on your next vacation in the Bahamas. But that’s just what visitors can do on Big Major Cay, aka Pig Beach, in the Exuma archipelago. There are several theories on how the growing colony of 20 or so pigs landed on the island, but with 1 snort from those adorable sandy snouts, you won’t even care. 960 1280

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Lemurs in Madagascar

Lemurs in Madagascar

There are about 100 species and subspecies of these primates, and all of them are native only to the African island of Madagascar, one of the most biodiverse destinations in the world. Some are as small as a mouse; others can be the size of a big house cat. Conservation efforts have continued to grow, as many of the lemur populations are in danger of extinction. 960 1280

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6-Toed Cats in Key West

6-Toed Cats in Key West

The official term is polydactyl, meaning "many digits," but they’re also called Hemingway cats. That’s because a ship captain gave Ernest Hemingway a cat with this genetic abnormality. The author was fascinated and began collecting and breeding others. Forty or 50 cats — about half of them polydactyl — still live at the Hemingway Home in Key West, and the small island has a higher-than-normal percentage of 6-toed felines. 960 1280

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Red Crabs on Christmas Island

Red Crabs on Christmas Island

Tens of millions of red crabs live on the 52 square miles of Christmas Island, an Australian territory in the Indian Ocean. Every year at the beginning of the rainy season, usually in November or December, they migrate from the forests to the coast to breed, creating a bright red parade that shuts down roads on the island. 960 1280

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Giant Pandas in China

Giant Pandas in China

A symbol of the country, these critically endangered bears are now found only in a small section of mountain forests in central China; by last count, there were fewer than 2,000 left in the wild. Beyond that, almost all of the pandas in captivity elsewhere in the world still technically belong to China and are being "leased" to other countries. 960 1280

iStockphoto.com/Oktay Ortakcioglu  

Giant Tortoises on the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador

Giant Tortoises on the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador

The islands made famous by Charles Darwin’s study of evolution have a number of unique animal species, but the 1 that most often comes to mind is the giant tortoise. In fact, its official name is the Galapagos tortoise. These vertebrates live to be an average of at least 100 years old in the wild and can grow to be more than 600 pounds. 960 1280

  

Wild Ponies on Assateague Island, MD/VA

Wild Ponies on Assateague Island, MD/VA

More than 300 wild horses live on the Assateague Island National Seashore, half in Virginia and half in Maryland. Visitors who take a boat ride along the inland waterway can often see groups of the animals grazing among the grasses of the salt marsh. Every July, thousands of spectators gather on neighboring Chincoteague Island to watch the traditional Pony Swim. 960 1280

National Park Service   

Cape Fur Seals on Seal Island, South Africa

Cape Fur Seals on Seal Island, South Africa

There are 60,000 seals living (and lounging) on this island in False Bay. Oddly enough, the destination may be just as famous for the great white sharks that patrol the surrounding waters and feed on the island’s namesake inhabitants. Visitors can catch one of many boats from the mainland in hopes of witnessing the unbelievable sight of a predator jumping out of the water to devour its prey. 960 1280

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Corgis in England

Corgis in England

Even though these short-legged dogs are a Welsh breed, they’re most often associated with England, thanks to Queen Elizabeth II, who has owned more than 30 of them. London even used one in an adorable promotional campaign. The queen declared in 2015 that she wouldn’t be getting any more new corgis, but luckily, you can see them outside the United Kingdom, too! 960 1280

Carl Court/Getty Images   

Koalas in Australia

Koalas in Australia

Sure, Australia has a number of endemic species, including kangaroos and emus. But no trip Down Under is complete without getting your photo taken with a fuzzy little koala. Because of habitat destruction, these marsupials (they’re not bears!) are now found in the wild only in eastern Australia. 960 1280

Adam Bruzzone/Tourism Australia  

Mountain Gorillas in Rwanda

Mountain Gorillas in Rwanda

The estimated 800 remaining mountain gorillas actually live in 3 countries in central Africa, but the population in Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park is the most famous, thanks to Dian Fossey, who studied it for nearly 20 years and wrote about her experiences in Gorillas in the Mist. Even Breaking Borders hosts Michael Voltaggio and Mariana van Zeller stopped for a glimpse of these giant primates, which live in groups led by a dominant male called a silverback. 960 1280

Panoramic Images/Getty Images   

Bengal Tigers in India

Bengal Tigers in India

Bengal tigers are the most common kind of tiger — relatively speaking, of course, considering that all 6 of the remaining tiger subspecies are endangered. The biggest population lives in India, whose Ranthambore National Park is known as the best place to still see these majestic cats in the wild. 960 1280

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Penguins in Antarctica

Penguins in Antarctica

Penguins crowded on a barren, white expanse of snow and ice — that’s what many people imagine Antarctica to look like. About a third of penguin species live and/or breed on the southernmost continent, including the largest, emperor penguins. The flightless birds’ waterproof coats, fatty insulation and amazing swimming skills come in handy in this harsh environment. 960 1280

Paul Souders/Photolibrary/Getty Images   

Komodo Dragons in Indonesia

Komodo Dragons in Indonesia

They may not be as cute as koalas or lemurs, but Komodo dragons, which are found only on a few Indonesian islands, are just as fascinating. Weighing as much as 300 pounds or more, they are the largest living lizards. Their size, combined with an acute sense of smell, powerful claws, serrated teeth and a venomous bite, makes them ferocious predators.  960 1280

Danita Delimont/Gallo Images/Getty Images   

The FEI World Equestrian Games are the major international championships for equestrianism, held every 4 years, halfway between the Summer Olympic Games. Like the Olympics, the location rotates to different spots around the world. The last games were held in 2010 in Kentucky -- the first time the event was held in the US. 960 1280

Bob Langrish courtesy Lexington Convention and Visitors Bureau  

The 13th International Ornamental Fish and Accessories Exhibition, Aquarama 2013, will be held in Singapore and will feature a wide variety of species, from dragon fish to guppies. 960 1280

ThinkStock  

In the Annual Loews Coronado Bay Resort Surf Dog Competition, each dog has 10 minutes to catch his or her top 2 waves and is scored on confidence level, length of ride and overall ability to “grip it and rip it.” 960 1280

Loews Coronado Bay Resort   

Cat lovers from all over the world come together at the International Cat Exhibition in Ljubljana, Slovenia to show off their felines – from Persians to Sphinxs to American Curls. 960 1280

Reuters  

A dog takes part in the agility competition on the first day of the annual Crufts dog show at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham, England. During this 4-day competition over 20,000 dogs and their owners will vie for a variety of accolades, ultimately seeking the coveted title of “Best in Show.”- 960 1280

Getty  

The Hampton Classic Horse Show (generally referred to as the "Hampton Classic") is a Grand Prix show jumping competition in Bridgehampton, NY. With its location close to New York City, the horse show is known for celebrity spotting. 960 1280

James L. Parker  

The London Pet Show features hundreds of different breeds of animals and amazing live animal action displays, including Quack Pack, an entertaining show of duck herding by border collies. 960 1280

  

A Basenji named Abby gets a treat before the competition at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The show, one of the most prestigious dog shows in the world, has over 2,000 dogs competing. This year, 6 new breeds will make their debut. 960 1280

Getty  

A lop-eared rabbit from Sweden competes in the Rabbit Grand National in Harrogate, England. Approximately 3,000 animals attend the annual show, which runs over 2days and was first held in 1921. 960 1280

Getty  

Bald, wrinkly, hairy and toothless – these dogs are competing for “Worst in Show” at the annual World’s Ugliest Dog contest held in Petaluma, CA. 960 1280

Irish Typepad, Flickr  

Morris Animal Inn

Morris Animal Inn

A full service, luxury pet resort for dogs and cats located in Morristown, NJ, Morris Animal Inn offers 3 cat-boarding options for their feline guests -- condos, deluxe condos and luxury suites. 960 1280

Morris Animal Inn   

Morris Animal Inn

Morris Animal Inn

Indulge your pet with a nightly tuck-in session during their stay at Morris Animal Inn. A bedtime story will prepare your dog for a peaceful sleep at the end of a full day of playing and pampering.
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Morris Animal Inn  

Morris Animal Inn

Morris Animal Inn

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Morris Animal Inn  

Morris Animal Inn

Morris Animal Inn

Morris Animal Inn offers “Pampered Pet Sessions” which include a game of catch, a dip in the pool and cuddling time. 960 1280

Morris Animal Inn  

Morris Animal Inn

Morris Animal Inn

If Morris Animal Inn’s cat condo beds aren’t indulgent enough, you also can sign up your cat for the kitty “walks” in an enclosed "Kitty SUV" that tours the scenic grounds and has large viewing windows for the cats. 960 1280

Morris Animal Inn  

Morris Animal Inn

Morris Animal Inn

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Morris Animal Inn  

Best Friends at Disney World

Best Friends at Disney World

The 1300-square foot, canines-only “splash and play” area is just one of the ways Best Friends Pet Care caters to its canines. As Walt Disney World Resort ’s exclusive pet care provider, both Disney guests and local residents can take advantage of the full-service pet care that is sure to please even the most discriminating pet parent. 960 1280

Best Friends at Disney World  

Best Friends at Disney World

Best Friends at Disney World

The 50,000-square-foot Best Friends at Disney World complex includes 17,000 square feet of indoor space, 10,000 square feet of outdoor patios and play areas and a 25,000-square-foot private dog park. 960 1280

Best Friends at Disney World  

Best Friends at Disney World

Best Friends at Disney World

VIP (Very Important Pet) Suites at Best Friends at Disney World feature tiled bedrooms with glass doors, raised platform beds and flat screen TVs, and each has its own covered outdoor play area. 960 1280

Best Friends at Disney World  

Best Friends at Disney World

Best Friends at Disney World

Pets are kept busy and happy during their stay at Best Friends at Disney World with group and individual play sessions, nature walks, cuddle sessions and bedtime stories. 960 1280

Best Friends at Disney World  

Grand Pet Resort

Grand Pet Resort

Worry about your pup or cat while you’re away or just curious how their vacation is going? The Grand Pet Resort and Spa in Fort Worth, TX, lets owners view webcams -- DogCams and CatCams -- so they can keep an eye on their pet 24/7. 960 1280

The Grand Pet Resort and Spa  

Grand Pet Resort

Grand Pet Resort

Let’s face it, the best part of vacation is the food. The Grand Pet Resort’s dog-friendly bakery is stocked with treats like Pup Tarts, Bonewiches, and Donut Holes, even Bon Bons. 960 1280

The Grand Pet Resort and Spa  

Grand Pet Resort

Grand Pet Resort

The Grand Pet Resort’s signature bone-shaped pool gives its furry guests a place to cool off and socialize with the other pups. There is even a group swim time and doggie life jackets for any pooch that hasn’t quite mastered the doggie paddle yet. 960 1280

The Grand Pet Resort and Spa  

Grand Pet Resort

Grand Pet Resort

The Grand Pet Resort offers exceptional overnight accomadations for dogs with private suites that include abundant natural light, an elevated dining table and luxury bedding. 960 1280

The Grand Pet Resort and Spa  

Grand Pet Resort

Grand Pet Resort

The Grand Pet Resort and Salon goes the extra mile for your pet with turn-down service including a treat and good night hug, flatscreen TVs (at dog’s eye view), soothing music, and web-cams, so you can see how much fun your pet is having all day long. 960 1280

The Grand Pet Resort and Spa  

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