Whether you plan to move abroad or start a longer vacation to one or more foreign countries, you know the importance of packing appropriately and tying any loose ends at home before you leave. Your passport is certain, mail is forwarded or put on hold, and any interference in your children's school is handled for everyone. However, if you own a pet, you have two options: You can be ordered at a local kennel or – if your puppy or cat needs to come together – you provide special pet transport.
Although pets are allowed to fly domestic through different airlines, this is not the case with Transatlantic, Transpacific, or Hawaiian flights. To ensure that your dog or cat makes it safe for your destination, a pet service is required. As you examine potential carriers to carry your beloved family friend on his turn, you will undoubtedly have questions about care and procedure. To help make the right decision for the money you want to spend, these suggested questions suggest they can help.
1) Are they moving from home to departure airport and from arrival airport to final destination? Find out if you are responsible for bringing your pet when you leave.
2) Do pets improve transport? If you are concerned about allergic reactions or other risks, be sure to know it in advance.
3) Are you traveling kennels or are you bringing your own?
4) Will the business be boarded pets when they arrive at their destination city if you are late? If yes, will it cost extra?
5) Is the company insured? Is there a pet survey on board pets in case of an emergency?
6) How are the pets sent? What is the load area condition?
7) Do they have a limit on the height and weight of the pet? If not, does the price increase according to the height and weight of a pet?
8) Are they giving food for the trip or are you ready?
When you have your answers, weigh your options and the quotes that were given you to send your animals. A long vacation or relocation is an exciting time for the whole family and it is important that your four-legged friends certainly share the experiences in the expensive hands that are associated with a pet transport.