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    You want to get from here to there as safely and comfortably as you can with your pet! But it's not such an easy proposition. And, that's why we're here to make your journey as rewarding as it can be. We present you with all the important tips that you should keep in mind while traveling with your pet. We're doing our best to get you all the pertinent pet travel information you need.


    • Always check with the hotels you have reserved or you are going to take, to make sure the hotel accepts pets. Also check with the hotel, to find out any restrictions, fees, etc.
    • Make sure you keep a list of Emergency Veterinary Clinics in the area to which you're headed.
    • Rabies vaccinations are a must for all travelling abroad. Many airlines also require these vaccinations also. Check with your vet for the complete range of vaccinations required, and of course, check with the airline and country to which you're heading.
    • Unfortunately, if you're not traveling by car, domestic travel in many countries can be problematic. While some local transportation businesses and authorities may allow pets, but some might not. Therefore, your options for traveling with a pet are drastically reduced.


  • Car trips can be hazardous to your pet. How many times have you seen a small dog sitting on the drivers lap, looking out the window? Or the cat lying on the rear shelf on the car? A sudden stop, or even an accident can send your pet flying. A loose pet in a car can also escape if someone opens the door, forgetting that your pet is able to jump out before you can grab him or her. They make special harnesses for dogs like seat belts, and the cat-carrier can always be used to transport your cat safely. Of course, make sure the carrier is also secured to the back seat with a seat belt.

    Many dogs and cats do not travel well in a car. Consider speaking with your vet about sedatives. If your pet gets car sick, consider travel-sickness pills. Again, check with your vet for recommendations and dosage before giving your pet any medications.

    There have been too many incidents of cats and dogs suffering from heatstroke after being left in a hot car. Leave at least two windows (for cross draft) open slightly to provide fresh air. You might consider one of those solar powered fans that fit in the window. The fan fits snugly in the window, the sun powers the fan, and air is circulate within your vehicle. However, we strongly recommend that you DON'T leave animals in the car in hot climates or during the warmer months, as even a short time in a hot vehicle can be injurious to your pet.




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