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Traveling with your pet

Traveling with your pet

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service in [Washington, DC] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pets and travel -- United States,
  • Pets -- Transportation,
  • Domestic animals -- Transportation

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesMiscellaneous publication -- no. 1536, Miscellaneous publication (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) -- no. 1536
    ContributionsUnited States. Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination14 p.
    Number of Pages14
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14479244M
    OCLC/WorldCa38305243

    A health certificate is required when shipping your pet as cargo, and for all pets checked as baggage like those traveling with a U.S. Military or U.S. State Department Foreign Service Office Member. Your veterinarian, the U.S. Department of Agriculture., opens in a new window., or the Department of Agriculture for your destination state may. If your pet is travelling in the cabin with you, pet restraint devices (e.g. pet strollers and car seats) are accepted as checked baggage only (all checked baggage rules apply). This is because you are allowed one standard carry-on item and your pet in its carrier already counts as that one item.

    Shipping a Pet Overseas from the United States The Overseas Briefing Center provides country-specific pet information for the foreign affairs community assigned to a U.S. embassy or consulate abroad. We encourage pet owners to review carefully their travel plans for upcoming international moves. Whether moving overseas or returning to the United States on official U.S. government [ ]. Pet lovers from around the globe have brought their pets to life in Petlandia! Free Personalized Message. Add a loving message or dedication in any book written by you! Star Reviews. Our books are tiny treasures, and we strive for excellence in customer support! ’s of Customizable Options. So many options to choose from with great.

    If traveling by car, try to keep your pet on the same potty “schedule” that it is on at home. Stop only when you would normally let your animal out. Never leave your pet unattended in your vehicle or in the airport. If traveling by plane, book direct non-stop flights. Inform flight . Traveling with your pet to Kenya can be done, however, there are a few requirements you will need to complete before your departure. You will need to obtain a health certificate from an authorized veterinarian (USDA if in the US) no more than 5 days prior to departure.


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Traveling with your pet Download PDF EPUB FB2

The PetBook is a comprehensive guide to traveling with pets, providing practical information about traveling with animals by car or plane. It features more t AAA Rated lodgings, a list of emergency clinics throughout the US and Canada, national parks that accept pets and other pet-friendly points of interest, such as dog parks throughout North America/5(46).

Discover the Joys of Traveling Safely with Pets. Whether you and your pet enjoy local outings or vacations, make the Traveling with Your Pet pages your first stop for insight and recommendations from AAA travel experts. For everyday fun, check the listings of dog parks and pet friendly national public lands, or search the attraction and restaurant listings for places to play and eat.

Traveling With Your Pet: The AAA PetBook Paperback – May 1, by AAA Publishing (Author) out of 5 stars 61 ratings. See all 9 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from 4/4(58). Your pet will need tags and their vet certificate. You will need a carrier that does not exceed 17"L x "W x "H. Your pet must be able to stand up and move around in the carrier with ease.

The combined weight of your pet and carrier may not exceed 20 pounds. The carriers must have a leak proof bottom and Traveling with your pet book be well ventilated. Traveling With Your Pet book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.

Annual updates make this the most complete travel guide for those /5. A really invaluable, comprehensive guide to traveling with your pet. It brings together a lot of information about pre-travel planning and preparing your pet for travel--including air-travel--that before finding this guide I had to research on the internet from a variety of sources/5.

Your pet must be at least 10 weeks old for Domestic travel. Your pet must be 16 weeks old if traveling to the U.S. from other countries and must be at least 15 weeks old for European Union travel. Pets in cabin kennels will count as your one carry-on item.

In addition to the kennel, you are permitted to bring one personal item onboard the aircraft. Consult your veterinarian before embarking on a trip, especially if your pet hasn't traveled before or if you have any health concerns.

Keep a familiar blanket or toy with your pet to help it feel more comfortable during the trip. If your pet gets nervous when traveling, consider getting a Thundershirt.

These snug-fitting shirts target pressure. Annual updates make this the most complete travel guide for those traveling with pets across the U.S.

and Canada. Find more t pet-friendly AAA Approved hotels, restaurants and campgrounds. Discover plenty of places for family fun including dog parks, pet-friendly national public lands /5(22). Space for pets traveling in the cabin or in the cargo compartment is subject to availability.

For travel on Alaska Airlines, please contact Alaska Airlines reservations at If your plans include travel on another airline, please contact the airline directly to reserve space, determine fees and obtain additional information. Updated annually this comprehensive guide provides practical information about traveling with pets and features more t AAA-RATEDr lodgings in the U.S.

and Canada that accept pets. In addition, it includes more than pet-friendly private campgrounds, dog parks and pet-friendly Pages:   In her new book The Dog Lover's Guide to Travel: Best Destinations, Hotels, Events, and Advice to Please Your Pet — and You, she advises travelers on.

Pet Travel Apps: Install a pet travel app to help you find pet-friendly places and share your travels with friends and family, such as FIGO’s Pet Cloud and Bring Fido. Keeping your pet comfortable and healthy while traveling requires a certain amount of planning and preparation, but it is well worth the time.

Pet Reservation & Payment Information. Pets traveling are subject to a $95 Pet Fare each way per pet carrier. Pet Fares are refundable. If you cancel your reservation and your pet does not travel or if your flight is canceled and you choose not to rebook, contact Southwest at I-FLY-SWA () or visit the airport ticket counter to process your refund.

Get the scoop on pet-friendly hotels and attractions, border crossing procedures, animal clinics, and packing suggestions from Traveling with your Pet: The AAA PetBookr. Updated annually, the AAA PetBook features more t hotels and campgrounds in the United States and Canada that accept pets.

Practical tips on border crossings, what to 4/5(1). Pet Passport: I’ve already mentioned doing your own but with traveling abroad, your pup will require an official pet passport.

In Europe and the UK, you can purchase a pet passport for about £ and it will have everything you need to pass through the EU without any problems.

A pet passport is an essential part of the Pet Travel Scheme ("PETS"), a system that allows animals to travel into the United Kingdom without undergoing quarantine if all the regulations are followed.

Domesticated small dogs and cats can travel with you in the cabin on most flights within the U.S. Some restrictions apply. PetSafe is our specially designed animal transport program for shipping pets safely and comfortably on our flights. View our PetSafe page for guidelines and restrictions and to.

You can book your pet for in-cabin travel only if there is space available. If you’re traveling with an in-cabin pet, you cannot be seated in the bulkhead or an emergency exit row. If you’re traveling with an in-cabin pet, you cannot be seated in a United Premium Plus℠ seat because the footrest limits the storage space under the seats.

There are steps you can take as a loving pet parent to minimize your pet’s travel anxiety and make life better for the whole family: Keep your dog on a regular schedule while gone — this includes food and potty breaks. Limit the amount of travel that you do with your pet — don’t overdo it.

Tips & Advices for Traveling to Europe with a Pet. Maybe you already have experience for traveling with a pet elsewhere. However, when traveling to Europe make sure you. Book a hotel that is pet friendly. Many hotels in Europe have strict no-pet policies, so do not just .Traveling with your pet can be stressful, especially with stories like this tragic incident popping up in the news.

That’s why it’s crucial that you take some preparatory and precautionary steps to make sure that your pet has a safe and comfortable travel experience. Top tips for traveling with your pet.The book also includes very helpful lists of emergency veterinarians, dog parks and dog-friendly major attractions and national parks.

They may not be exhaustive (the attractions list, for example, does not include Colonial Williamsburg), but they’re darned good. Amazon link: Traveling with Your Pet, 11th Edition: The AAA Petbook.