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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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Having your dog running off in a country that you are unfamiliar with will be a stressful moment rather than a cherishable one. So keep your dog on a leash — literally!
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So get your hands dirty and research all the dog-friendly landmarks, activities, and restaurants at your destination.
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Dogs are social animals — they love interaction, play-dates, and running around unrestricted. In addition to finding places that will allow your dog in, find spots that specifically cater to dogs.
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While the idea of taking a spontaneous trip with your dog may be very enticing, that’s not quite how it works. You’ll need the proper medical and travel paperwork before jet-setting with your pup.
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