Delta Airlines will no longer permit Pets to Travel as Checked Baggage

December 28, 2015

Unfortunately Delta Airlines has changed it’s pet travel policy beginning March 1,2016. We strongly urge you against using Delta Airlines. Their pet policy for Delta Airlines can be found here. This was likely prompted after a picture of dogs sitting in traveling crates on a rainy Delta tarmac went viral, prompting a response to Delta […]

Finding the right crate for Air Travel

October 24, 2015

Airline travel with pets has its share of complications. Air carriers and airport officials generally require pet owners to obtain health certificates from their veterinarians as well as a license from the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) before allowing animals to board. Aside from all this extra paperwork, pet owners will also need to find […]

Traveling for free with your pet in the cabin!

October 24, 2015

We recently read an article from our friends at ABC News around folks who were gaming the idea of an ESA (Emotional Support Animal) to get their pets to travel on the plane for free with them. Emotional support animals can help people suffering from anxiety and other emotional disorders, but some pet owners are […]

Tips to travel in the cabin with your dog who is over 20 lbs

October 24, 2015

Ever been flying and wondering how that large schnauzer was able to go onboard the aircraft with it’s owner whilst it simply didn’t look like it was a guide dog or such but just a generalist family pet? Well that’s what’s called an ‘Emotional Support Animal’ or ESA. Airlines are required to carry ESA’s inside […]

Dog Travel Tips

Top 10 tips for flying with your dog

September 14, 2015

Ten Tips for Flying with your dog Taking his first flight can be a somewhat traumatic experience for a dog that’s used to sticking his head out the car window and enjoying the sights along the way. After all, his view just won’t be the same from underneath the seat in front of you, or […]