If you are considering pet transportation, you are likely considering a flight. You may wonder how your pet will react to the process of flying. It may not be as hard as you think.
Safety is our number one priority when it comes to your pet transportation. That is why, as of now, we only offer in-cabin transportation. Cargo can be a good option for larger dogs, but we prefer to have them near us where we can keep an eye on them.
Most pets are good at coping with the stress of the flight. The majority of kittens and puppies we transport sleep throughout the flight. The most stressful points for these pets is take-off, landing, and turbulence on the plane. It also may be harder for older pets. If you are worried about your pet's reaction to the flight, talk to your vet about your options.
We consider in-cabin flights to be one of the safest forms of transportation for your pet. Whether you are taking them yourself or sending them with a flight nanny, it's good to have someone near your pet throughout the whole transportation to check on them, keep them comfortable, and reassure them. Always be sure to consult with your vet about transportation, especially if your pet is over a year old.