Tweet Good news for pet travel on Qantas Airlines! The airline has reversed its decision not to carry American Staffordshire Terriers on international flights. They will now permit their transport in a metal crate (such as a CR 82 crate) … Continue reading
Tweet Whether you are flying or driving with your pet, the best thing you can do for your pet is to prepare them for being in their crate. Get your crate well ahead of travel and keep the top half … Continue reading
Tweet Last week, the European Union (EU) member countries passed legislation allowing groups of more than five pets to cross borders within the EU. However, the pets must be competing in a pet or sports event, not just on holiday. … Continue reading
Tweet Pet Travel Transport recently had the privilege of helping to save the life of an adorable pup who was 3 days away from being put down in a local shelter. We received a call from Jennifer who asked if … Continue reading
Tweet There are many thing to consider when transporting your pet, especially when your pet is traveling internationally. Paperwork, possible quarantine, vaccinations and airline requirements are just a few factors. Also, your pet’s safety and the overall costs involved are … Continue reading
Tweet Traveling internationally with a pet? Have questions about country requirements for entering with a pet? Will my pet be quarantined? What vaccinations does my pet need? Will my pet need a passport? Post your questions here and we will … Continue reading
Tweet Flying with a pet? Have questions regarding airline pet policy? Need to know what type of carrier you will need? What does your pet need to fly as cargo? Will the airlines transfer your pet from one plane to … Continue reading
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Effective immediately, Lufthansa will not transport 10 breeds (or mixed breeds thereof) in the cargo hold if the temperature exceeds 27°C or 80°F at the originating or destination airport.