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We're travelling cross-country (6 hours total), and I'm wondering if I should give them sedatives or not? If they are going in the cabin, they shoudl do very well..there is something about the sound and motion that puts mine to sleep.I put two in a carrier...never had one bark or make a sound. I am definitely bring them both in the cabin with me (I could never put them in cargo! Ideally, you should get them used to the carrier you will be transporting them in, so that isn't something unusual to them.
However, the website argues that that figure may be too low.
In any case, airlines have developed procedures that enable them to avoid losing or killing unaccompanied children.
A good carrier will be the correct size for your dog, fit under a plane seat, and have features that make your pet’s flying experience as comfortable as possible.
The official size maximums for pet carriers vary by airline, but typically describe a carrier between 16 and 19 inches long, about 10 inches tall, and about 12 inches wide (carriers on international flights can generally be a bit larger).
Page 1 of 4Spring has sprung, at least in my quadrant of the globe, and with spring come vacation travel plans.
If you’re traveling by plane to someplace where a dog might have a good time, you might be wondering whether you should bring Dogalini.
For additional, more specific information on traveling with animals, including updated regulations, visit our Animal Travel and Transport pages.
What should I think about when deciding to travel with my pet? Forms of travel Other resources Many states require an up-to-date Certificate of Veterinary Inspection from a licensed, accredited veterinarian when traveling.
Being prepared can ensure that your dog arrives at the final destination safely alongside you.
Consider the following as you research how to prepare a dog for air travel.
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