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Pet Airways - A pet only airline, where pets fly in the main cabin, Not in Cargo! At Pet Airways, we believe that travel for your best friend should be a comfortable, safe and pleasant experience. Our pawsengers fly in our specially equipped planes that are climate controlled for their comfort, and always under the watchful eye of one of our trained Pet Attendant.
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10 Tips for Safe Car Travel With Your Pet
For some pet parents, a tripís no fun if the four-legged members of the family canít come. But traveling can be highly stressful, both for you and your animal companions. With thoughtful preparation, you can ensure a safe and comfortable trip for everyone.
Planning a road trip? Traveling with a pet involves more than just loading the animal in the back seat and motoring off-especially if you will be driving long distances or plan to be away for a long time. The ASPCA offers the following tips to help you prepare for a safe and smooth car trip:
Keep your pets safe and secure in a well-ventilated crate or carrier. There are a variety of wire mesh, hard plastic and soft-sided carriers available. Whatever you choose, make sure itís large enough for your pet to stand, sit, lie down and turn around in. And P.S., itís smart to get your pet used to the carrier in the comfort of your home before your trip.
Get your pet geared up for a long trip by taking him on a series of short drives first, gradually lengthening time spent in the car. And please be sure to always secure the crate so it wonít slide or shift in the event of a quick stop.
Your petís travel-feeding schedule should start with a light meal three to four hours prior to departure. Donít feed your furry friend in a moving vehicle-even if it is a long drive.
Never leave your animal alone in a parked vehicle. On a hot day, even with the windows open, a parked automobile can become a furnace in no time, and heatstroke can develop. In cold weather, a car can act as a refrigerator, holding in the cold and causing the animal to freeze to death.
What in your petís traveling kit? In addition to travel papers, food, bowl, leash, a waste scoop, plastic bags, grooming supplies, medication and a pet first-aid kit, pack a favorite toy or pillow to give your pet a sense of familiarity.
Make sure your pet has a microchip for identification and wears a collar with a tag imprinted with your home address, as well as a temporary travel tag with your cell phone, destination phone number and any other relevant contact information. Canines should wear flat (never choke!) collars, please.
Don't allow your pet to ride with his head outside the window. This can subject him to inner ear damage and lung infections, and he could be injured by flying objects. And please keep him in the back seat in his crate or with a harness attached to a seat buckle.
Traveling across state lines? Bring along your petís rabies vaccination record, as some states requires this proof at certain interstate crossings. While this generally isnít a problem, itís always smart to be on the safe side.
When it comes to H2O, we say BYO. Opt for bottled water or tap water stored in plastic jugs. Drinking water from an area heís not used to could result in tummy upset for your pet.
If you travel frequently with your pet, you may want to invest in rubberized floor liners and waterproof seat covers, available at auto product retailers.
Florida's Pet Friendly State Parks
Owners of pets, required by Florida Law to be vaccinated against rabies, must provide proof of rabies vaccination when registering to camp. All pets must be confined, leashed, or otherwise under the physical control of a person at all times. Leashes may not exceed six feet in length. Pets must be well behaved at all times. Pets must be confined in the ownerís camping unit during designated quiet hours. Unconfined pets may not be left unattended for more than 30 minutes and must be leashed. Pet owners shall pick up after their pets and properly dispose of all pet droppings in trash receptacles. Pets which are noisy, vicious, dangerous, disturbing or intimidating to other persons, and pets which damage park resources are considered to be nuisances and will not be permitted to remain in the park.
Search for pet friendly hotels, motels, inns, bed & breakfasts, and restaurants where your pet will be welcome. Over 80% of which can be booked online with an instant confirmation. We have pet sitters, veterinarians, pet groomers, pet transporters or just about any type of pet business. These businesses all love to see traveling pet owners like yourself.