By Carla Preston. Dog Carrier. Published at Saturday, April 07th, 2018 - 17:24:19 PM.
Give them time to get accustomed to the new place - since the environment is new for them, your pets will likely experience some stress. It is important to allow them enough time and assure they are feeling comfortable in the new place. Keep familiar toys and mats nearby and make sure you pay enough attention to them, no matter how demanding your relocation tasks are.
The right type - Carry-on carriers need to have mesh ventilation panels, water repellant fabric and padding. As you will need to maneuver the bag in small spaces, choose a flexible and soft-sided bag that can placed where required. The right size - Ensure that the height of the case reaches the shoulders and does not go past the top of your pet’s head so that it can take its head out of the carrier for fresh air. Since, airplanes have fairly limited space; the case should be as small as possible while at the same time allowing the pet to turn around in comfortably. In addition, a small carrier will be lighter to carry.
With so many different options, how do you choose the right carrier for your pet? Here are a few tips to consider when choosing an airline pet carrier to carry your dog with you in a plane: Check with the airline – Most airlines have size and weight limits for pets in both the cabin and the cargo hold. Hence, prior to your travelling date, check with the respective airline regarding the pet carrier they would like to suggest for your pet.
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