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Every country has its own set of laws regarding pet immigration, and it is essential that you know all these requirements beforehand.
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Taking your dog to the vet is vital. Not only for the inoculations and blood tests but also to find out whether your dog is permitted to fly.
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Although many airlines allow dogs to fly (at an additional fee), it’s better to choose a specifically pet-friendly airline, like American Airlines.
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Temperatures in a non-pressurised cabin can fluctuate drastically. So prepare for flight delays by placing a few pints of frozen water, warm blankets, and a snuggly dog toy in the carrier to keep your fur buddy company.
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You wouldn’t want to go through the effort of bringing your dog along on vacation just to leave them at the hotel. So get your hands dirty and research all the dog-friendly landmarks, activities, and restaurants at your destination.
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