Jennifer G. (NDI#27) (10 Posts)

Jen has had a fascination with the Disney culture since her first trip with her family when she was 12. After discovering that there was a community of people who were “as crazy as she was” about her love of all things Disney, she started finding ways to visit WDW more often and give back to the community. In 2010, Jen started her own company, Hyperion Travel, and became a Disney Destination Specialist. As an avid endurance athlete and a college volleyball coach, Jen is very connected to the WDW athletic world. She also trained and completed the 2010 Walt Disney World Marathon. As a pet travel specialist, Jen brings unique destination advice to her clients by "experiencing the magic" with her bulldog, Lucy. You can follow Jen and Lucy on Twitter at @hyperionginn and @thedisneydog, or visit her website, hyperiontravelco.com, or Lucy’s website at disneydogblog.com.


In an attempt to make everything in my life Disney related, I’m always looking for trinkets and other little items I can add to my life back home to make it more Disney-fied. From staplers to Mickey pasta, you can find something for almost every room in the house. For example, my mom collects Disney antenna balls. They are so cute, plus there are tons of different ones for every season!

I had only one problem purchasing antenna balls: my car doesn’t have an antenna! So I started thinking about other ways to turn my car into a Disney mobile. First, I thought of magnets and license plate covers, but I thought I could somehow do better.

I live in Kansas, but my parents live in Ohio. A few times a year, I take the 11 hour trip back to the Buckeye State. On a trip back last July, I saw the cutest thing I’d ever seen on an SUV back window. There was a little man and woman, in sticker form, and on their heads were MICKEY EARS!!! Next to them were 4 little children stickers with Mickey ears, too! But best of all, right next to the 4th kid was a dog with Mickey Ears.

Now, I don’t have kids. I don’t have a husband, but I do have pets. How perfect! I can represent myself, my Disney dog, and my Disney cats. So, for $3.95 each, I found a girl sticker, a dog sticker, and a cat sticker for the back of my car.

Disney dogs and cats deserve recognition too! Don’t forget about your pet while Disney-fying your life!

Contributed by: Jen Ginn (NDI#27) Jen is the DDL Pets and Sports Blogger. She is also the creator of Hyperion Travel Company.

5 thoughts on “DON’T FORGET YOUR PET WHILE DISNEY-FYING YOUR LIFE

  1. This is really fun, Jen! I have those stickers on the back of my van too! 🙂 With such a popularity of Disney-fying our homes, we now have Neurotic Disney Critters on our Roster! So, if you have a pet that you would like to have counted, go to the “Be Counted” page right here on the DDL and send in the requested info to have your critter counted! 🙂

  2. Hmm, did you pass my car? We have a mom, dad, 4 kids, and a dog sticker. I need to get one more dog sticker because we recently got a new one. Our dogs are Disney spoiled. They have mickey collars, mickey beds, DIsney water bowls and the list could go on!

  3. For the last 2 yrs I had the hardest time finding those stickers. Well finally this past fall we were in DTD and my hubby found them, so we have the Dad, Mom, 2 girls & 2 dogs :). I also wanted to mention that I am always looking for items and I got the disney dog collars & have been trying to find the solid silver dog tags, not the painted ones and I cant find them.

  4. When I got the news that Lucy was NDC #10, I was so excited that I gave her a bone…She was happy too, but not for the same reason I was! ~Jen

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