Is pet transport in your near future? Will you be traveling with dogs or other pets? Pet parents are becoming frequent flyers on airlines all around the world. While flying isn’t the most ideal way of transportation for your pet, traveling with dogs can be easy and doesn’t have to be stressful.
Here are a few tips you get with this 26 page guide that help traveling with pets be easier:
Your pet can get their nails caught on different parts of the crate so make sure to trim their nails before flight.
whether traveling with dogs in or out of the U.S, make sure to have the proper documentation and recommended shots for your pet. You do NOT want to get to your destination and find your animal can’t enter the country because of a lack of proper documents.
Did you know there are questions you need to ask your carrier BEFORE you let your pet go? The answers to these questions can help ease your stress. What happens if my pet doesn’t make the connecting flight is just one of the questions you should ask before you let your baby get on the plane. Do you know what happens to your dog during pet transport if they do not make the connecting flight?
As an airline employee, I have insight that most people do not have. This insight can help you prepare fully for your trip. For $2.99 you will get more questions to ask as well as the pet travel policies from United, Delta, American, Southwest and Jet Blue…all in one place!