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Vacation Traveling with Your Pet

Going on vacation is one of the most pleasurable times in our lives. Unfortunately, it can also be one of the most stressful times for our beloved pets. For some, sending Fido or Kitty to the kennel is out of the question. So here is some important advice for anyone wishing to travel with his or her four legged companions.

Common sense is our precious ally when traveling with our pets and the following is a list of great tips to ensure the safety of our pets:

Must not forgets:

When traveling by car:

When traveling by plane:

Many airlines will allow you to travel with your pet on the same pets blog. Small pets, generally less than ten pounds, can travel in an airline-approved carrier that will fit under your seat. For larger pets, the airline has accommodations in cargo. Be sure to check with your airlines regarding fees and restrictions. Often there is limited space for animals, so if you plan on traveling with your pet you should try to book as early as possible.

Pets brought for travel on airlines must be at least eight weeks old and be fully weaned. In addition, airlines will not allow pets that are uncontrollable, ill, in heat or pregnant. Pets should not be sedated for air travel. All pets for air travel will need a recent health certificate (generally within 48 hours of travel) as well as documentation of vaccinations and any medications he/she may be taking.

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