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Things to Take Note When Traveling with your Pet

For most pet owners, traveling without your pet is never a full fun. However, traveling can be stressful for you and your pet. If you ever have the plan to take a long trip together with your pet, consider following the tips below to get a safe and comfortable pet travel.

It’s essential to bear in mind that wherever you may be planning to go or with how you plan to get to your destination, you should see to it that your pet have a certain identification and that it is also wearing a collar and a tag with your contact information and your name. It’s also good if you consider including a temporary travel tag on your pet as well as to provide information regarding your travel destination.

Plane Travel Tips

Unless your pet is small and could fit under your seat, it’s actually best to avoid traveling by air with your pets. If you ever need to bring your pet with you on a flight, consider the things below for you to get an assurance that your pet will be safe while this will travel by air.

It is important that you consider booking a direct flight. This will be able to help decrease the chances where your pet will be left on the tarmac at times of extreme weather conditions or will be mishandled by baggage personnels.

Make sure to also consider seeing your pet’s veterinarian so you will have your pet checked. Before your trip, see to it that its vaccinations are updated and also acquire a health certificate from the veterinarian 10 days before your scheduled departure. Be sure to also contact the foreign office of the country where you plan on traveling in order for you to acquire more helpful information.

Traveling by Road

Traveling your pet by car actually involves more than loading this in the back seat and going off, especially if you are going to be away for a long time or is going to travel long distances. Below are some things that you should do:

See to it that you will prepare your pet for the long trip. You could prepare them for the long trip by taking them first for several short drives.

You also need to make sure that they are well-ventilated in case you plan to place them inside a carrier or a crate. The crate where you will put your pet in should be able to make them lie down, sit and turn around. Be sure to also never forget bringing a pet travel kit, food, documents as well as first-aid.