Traveling with Your Pet

  • Be sure your pet’s identification tags are up-to-date and attached to your pet’s collar.
  • Make sure your pet’s collar is not so loose that it can come off when you attach the leash.
  • Consider microchipping your pet—most shelters and veterinarians have the microchip scanner that facilitates reuniting pets with their owners.
  • A loose pet in a vehicle can be a dangerous situation if you are involved in an accident. It is best to crate your pet or buy a specifically designed pet seat belt.
  • No matter how well trained your pet is do not allow him or her to be off leash in an unknown area.
  • Never leave your pet alone in the vehicle, even for a very short period of time.
  • If you are traveling by air, consult your veterinarian for a health certificate which is required by most airlines.
  • Consider the weather at the time you will be flying and arrange flights accordingly.
  • Consult your airline about allowing your pet to fly inside the cabin.

We wish you and your pet safe travels and a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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