Our agency has been assisting Service Animal Handlers with their travel needs for several years now. We are now offering planning assistance for pets!
If you need help navigating import requirements, airlines, accomodations, etc, we're here to help!
What mode of transportation are you going to use? WIll you take a road trip, or are you flying to your destination?
If you are flying you want to consider the size of your pet. Does your airline allow in-cabin pets? Does your animal meet the requirements, or will they need to travel in the cargo hold?
If you are driving you might want to consider how your pet handles the car. Make sure that they are used to driving and do not get stressed or car sick. If they do, you might want to make sure that you have some motion sickness meds on hand from your veterinarian.
How will travel affect my pet? Will they be more comfortable at home? Will travel be a very stressful situation for them? Crate training your pet is also very important for travel safety.
Are animals allowed at the destination? What are the import requirements? Have you booked pet-friendly accomodations?
You want to make sure that your pet is microchipped with a 15 digit microchip that meets ISO standards 11784/11785. Whether you are traveling or not, always make sure that your contact information is up to date with the pet microchip database.
Know the import requirements to bring your pet to any domestic or international destination. Make sure that you get any health documentation or permits completed ahead of your travel plans.
You should pack enough food for your entire trip, unless you will be able to purchase your variety of food at your destination. Note that some international destinations have limits on what you can bring with you.
Beds, Blankets, Toys, bowls and things that you will need for your dog during the trip. You may want to consider bringing a backup collar and leash, just in case something happens to the one you have.
Bring your pet's medications and make a first aid kit to keep with you.
Dog waste bags! You will be walking your dog during your trip. Make sure to have waste bags on hand to clean up.
Crate. A crate will give your dog a safe space if you need to leave or do an activity without them. This will keep your dog from getting into anything, or potentially tearing anything up while you are out.
Yes! If you are interested in learning about our pet travel assistance, feel free to reach out! We can help you navigate all aspects of your pet travel!
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