Whether it's a new luxury commuter bus to Baguio or a new highway that shortens travel time to the Summer Capital of the Philippines, we're always on the lookout for the most efficient way to get to the Cordilleras. And who can say no to one that allows pets? Victory Liner, on February 18, announced their guidelines on how to travel with your cats and dogs aboard their commuter buses. "Look for buses with the pet-friendly sticker," they said in a Facebook post. This comes after the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board clarified their guidelines about bringing pets aboard public utility vehicles.

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The schedule for these pet-friendly buses includes routes from Caloocan to Olongapo, Sta. Cruz, Iba, Dagupan, Baguio, and Tuguegarao, and vice versa. There are also trips from Cubao, Kamias, Pasay, and Sampaloc to various provinces in the north.

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Pet owners are required to put their cats and dogs (small- to medium-sized only) inside a carrier or cage, and they must wear animal diapers at all times. The carrier or cage can be placed in front of the seat beside the passenger, which means you'll need to pay for that extra ticket.

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For more information, follow Victory Liner on Facebook.

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