Air Travel With Your Pit Bull Terrier Dog

Being well-prepared before traveling with your Pit Bull is critical to having a good trip, especially if he’ll be going on an aeroplane with you. There are several kinds of stuff you will need so that your Pit Bull is allowed to board the aeroplane and numerous stuff you should take care of before leaving.

When you call the airline to arrange your flight, you should go ahead and let them know also that your Pit Bull will be traveling with you. Different countries have different guidelines for pets, so your airline should be capable to give you specific instructions depending on where you’re planning to go. At this time, you should also find out what are the rules and regulations of the airline so that you can be prepared well in advance. It’s a good idea to call back around two weeks before your registered flight to make sure you have everything taken care of. Surprises at the last moment can delay your plans, or stop you from going altogether.

It isn’t needed generally that your pet has a medical test before flying with you, but it’s a good idea so that any possible problems can be taken care of by your own veterinarian. You’ll also need to get a certification from your veterinarian regarding the health of your Pit Bull. There are different guidelines for these depending on where you’re traveling to and what the airline authorizations. Top needs the certification to be dated no further than ten days before the flight. You should not pack this paperwork, but rather keep it with you while on the aeroplane.

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It’s better if your pet has a medical test before flying with you

To make sure you do not lose your Pit Bull, make sure he wears a collar and dog tag. The dog tag should have all of your contact information, the date of his last rabies vaccine, and his license. It’s a good idea to also have a dog tag with the contact information for a friend that can be reached, just in case. Buy a kennel that meets the airline’s conditions, and make sure that you have identification on both the inside and outside of it, just as an extra safeguard.

Anything that you put inside your Pit Bull’s kennel should be stiffly attached to it. You should check with your airline to find out exactly what’s allowed. Feed your Pit Bull around four hours before your estimated departure time, and take extra food and water with you, just in case you’re late leaving the terminal.

Nevertheless, and following your airline’s recommendations, traveling by aero plan with your Pit Bull should be easy and pleasurable for you both if you take all the necessary safeguards.

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