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                                                           Travel Tips For Pet Travel
                                                                      By Amy Nutt



   Putting a pet on a plane for travel can be a stressful time for owners and their pet. Before you travel
with your pet, it is important to make sure you have implemented the following tips to ensure your pet’s
safety as well as its health and well-being.

 Pet Risk Destination Assessment: Check health risks in the destination area such as Lyme disease,
Rabies, Heartworm, and other parasites and viruses. Treat your pet to prevent affliction. As well, check
for breed restrictions at the destination before traveling. Some types of breeds and animal species are
banned.

 Assess Your Pet’s Health: Travel can be a stressful time for any pet. Make sure that your pet is
healthy. Sick, injured, too young or too old, and pregnant pets should not fly. Make sure all of the
vaccinations are up-to-date. Vaccinations must be administered at least 30 days before departure.
Rabies certificates should be obtained and signed no more than 10 days before departure. Make sure
that your pet's nails have been clipped to protect against them hooking on the carrier's door, holes, and
other small spaces. Do not feed your pet for four to six hours prior to air travel. Vomiting in the carrier is
messy.

 Pet Identification: Provide your pet with two identification tags. Make sure the tag contains your name,
all of your contact numbers, home address, and phone number and address of your destination
location. A microchip is a permanent way to identify your pet. Another option is to acquire a pet
passport. A pet passport can be purchased at most local pet stores or on the internet. The passport will
keep all of your pet’s health information and emergency contacts readily available. Attach a photograph
of your pet to the top of the carrier. This will help with identification if it gets out of the carrier. You
should keep a picture in your purse or wallet. You should also place the words, "Live Animal" on the
top and the sides of the carrier.

 Appropriate Pet Carrier: Make sure you have a durable carrier with handles and proper locking. It
should also have good ventilation and the pet should be able stand up, turn around and lie down. Write
your home and destination contact information on the carrier. On the inside, lay comfortable bedding
such as linen. As well, place ice cubes in the pet’s dish in the carrier. It will melt during the trip and
provide the pet with water without making a mess.

Know Your Airline’s Pet Policies: Pet policies differ among the various airlines. Some airlines have

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such restrictions as cabin weight limitations, a certain breed prohibited, no pets when there is bad
weather, and certain pet carrier guidelines. Make sure you call ahead of time to obtain the essential
information for flying with your pet.

 Traveling with a pet requires much planning and preparation. When you pack for your pet, make sure
to include leashes, collar, food, medication and its favorite toy. Following the above tips will help
ensure a safe and less stressful trip on the airplane making your trip much more relaxing and
enjoyable.

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                                                     Take Your Pet On Vacation
                                                              By Peter Wilson



 Did you know that Americans are more carrying about their pets than any other country in the world?
They would actually prefer to travel with their pets. You will find that there are thousands of people who
would rather travel with their pets then live them at home. They will want to take their pets to hotels,
parks, and even travel with their companion animals. You will want to do some research before you
decide to take your pet with you during your trip. You will want to make sure that your pet is allowed to
travel with you.     There are many instances where dogs will be able to go for car rides and most cats
are not. You will find that you can take dogs to places where you can't normally take a cat. That is why
dogs are considered to be the number one travel companion. You will want to make sure that your pets
are allowed to be with you so that you don't get the bill for the kennel. You will want to make sure that
the dog or cat is able to travel with you publicly; you don't want to take a pet that is afraid of the outside
world or has panic attacks. Here are some tips on how you can make traveling with your pet safe and
possible.

First, you will want to take the cat to a veterinarian. You will want to get a certificate of health. You can
prove that the pet is current on all of the shots and you may want to get a micro-chip installed below
their skin so that you can track them if they get lose. The chip is very important if you are traveling out
of the state. In addition, you can bring your pets medication with you when you take it to the vet. They
will give you enough meds for you to get through the entire trip. In addition, you might want to have
more just incase they are lost of stolen.

You will also want to make sure that your pet is socialized. If your pet does not like others, you may
want to travel in a kennel or cage so that they feel safe while on the trip. Again, you will only want to
take your pet somewhere if they are well behaved. You do not want to take your dog if they love to
bark or have bitten anyone in the past. You will want to make sure that you also bring the kennel so
that the dog or cat does not ruin the hotel by going on the carpet or chewing things up. Remember, you
will have to pay for the damage.

You will also want to make sure that you make the reservations at the hotel in advance and you will
want to ask them if pets are allowed. There are many people, who just assume that the hotel is pet
friendly, but you will want to find out before hand or you may need to rush out and find a place for the
hand. Your pet should also put a collar with tags on the animal at all times. You will also want to place
your rabies tag and other tags like the dogs name and your information. In addition, you will want to
travel with your pet by car. You will find that an airline travel is very stressful.

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