Live Animal Travel

Your pet could flee if it is not properly secured. Make frequent stops to allow your pet to use the bathroom. If you travel with your cat, you can take a small sandbox for trip in the conveyor cage. If you do a night scale during the trip, find out beforehand to find a hotel where pets are allowed. Make sure that your pet is properly identified. Take your vaccination certificates. Never leave your pet in the car in the Sun, and with closed glasses. Park in the shade, leaves glasses through to allow fresh air to circulate, but to allow your pet not to escape.

For air travel also considered: get a conveyor cage with one or two weeks in advance. Familiarizing yourself with your pet by placing on the carrier a few minutes per day. Gradually increases the time until the pet feel relaxed when you are on the carrier. Feeds for the last time to your pets five or six hours before the flight. Dale drinking water up to one or two hours before the flight. Show up on time at the terminal. Make sure that names and telephone numbers of the persons responsible for the pet both origin and destination are written on the carrier. Placed the phrase Animal live / Live Animal in large letters on the conveyor.

What you should bring: enough food for throughout the trip (you must anticipate where you go maybe you might not get the food that consumes your pet) its water and dishes of food a can opener (if required) some his toy awards and favorite blanket comb or carda an conveyor cage (mandatory for air travel, and highly recommended for land travel) belt, chest, collar, identifying plates sedatives (if it was prescribed by the veterinarian) and any medications your pet is currently taking a recent photo of your pet (in case that Miss) cleaning supplies: paper towels, deodorant for environments, plastic bags to pick up what your pet becomes dirty when you’ve arrived at your destination, you will notice that the pet has the same problems to fit you. You must learn where each thing is, know the human neighbors and animals. You must adjust to water and climate, and learn where to go and where not. Get the animal sits at home using things that are familiar, such as plaos, blankets, toys, and other items.