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Crucial Tips for Traveling with your Pet

For many pet owners, a trip is never complete and fun when your pet can’t come along. But, traveling can be stressful for you and your pet. When you have the plans in taking a long trip together with your pet, below are some of the tips that will be able to help you get guarantees for a safe and comfortable pet travel.

You need to take note that wherever you may be headed or how you plan on getting there, you need to make sure that your pet comes with a certain identification and is wearing a collar as well as a tag that comes with your name and contact information. 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.

Traveling by Plane

Unless your pet is small enough to be able to ride under your seat, it’s in fact best to avoid as much as possible traveling through air. When you really need to bring your pet with you on the flight, below are some of the things that you need to consider in order to ensure that your pet is safe while traveling by air.

It is important that you consider booking a direct flight. This could actually help in decreasing the cases with where your pet is left on the tarmac during times of extreme weather conditions or perhaps going to be mishandled by baggage personnels.

Make sure to also consider seeing your pet’s veterinarian so you will have your pet checked. Before going on a trip, make sure that the vaccinations are updated and to also get a health certificate from the veterinarian for about 10 days before its 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.

Road Traveling Tips

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:

Make sure that you will prepare your pet for the long trip. You could actually prepare them by taking them with you on several short distance trips.

Keep them ventilated as well when you will place them in a crate or a carrier. It needs to be large enough as well for your pet to be able to sit, lie down and to also turn around. Never forget to also bring a pet travel kit and its needed food, documents and first-aid.