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How many of you fly with your dog below the cabin?Views: 198
Mar 24, 2008 4:35 pm re: How many of you fly with your dog below the cabin?

Wicked Witch of the West
I've flown with one of my Jacks under the seat and that went really well--we didn't even use any sedatives, etc. and no one even knew she was on the plane until they saw us getting off the plane. Phoenix has a very dog-friendly airport which helped tremendously. They even have a small dog park.

Kegan was flown in a crate from the breeder from Ohio to Chicago when we first got him. He was on a puddle-jumper so he was actually in the cabin. He was also sedated just in case. He handled it quite well and still uses the same crate as his sleeping spot.

My BIL has a Lab that has literally flown all over the world. He's AF and the dog has always gone with them. Honey is about to head home from the Azores in a couple of weeks and will come via cargo transport and then mobile transport once she gets stateside.

I've heard a lot of horror stories about it and wouldn't do it if the weather wasn't just right and if my animal was too old, etc. As someone pointed out there are companies that specialize in pet transport and I'd probably contact one of them if my animal must fly.

~Marla

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