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Pet Travel Experts Share Tips for Responsible Pet Owners Month

Offering Tips on how to prepare your pet for Travel

 

“Your pet is a member of the family and you want to make sure they have a safe, comfortable travel experience, says Varun Siddhartha, Founder & Director of AirPets Relocation Services Pvt Ltd.  “That’s our top priority as well!”

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AirPets Relocation Services Pvt Ltd is commemorating Responsible Pet Owners Month by offering tips on how to prepare your pet for travel.

Whether traveling a short distance or across the world, it has never been safer to take your pet with you. Responsible pet owners should:

  • Acclimate your pet to the kennel in which it will be transported.

  • Not give your pet solid food in the six hours prior to the flight, although a moderate amount of water and a walk before and after the flight are advised.

  • Never sedate your pet!

  • Write your name, address and phone number on the kennel, and make sure your pet is wearing a tag with the same information.

  • Contact a professional pet shipper before your trip so they can assist you with all of the logistics.

Over 2 million pets and other live animals are transported by air every year in the United States. More than 4 million worldwide, according to IPATA.

 “Pet owners should work directly with a professional pet shipper regarding health certificates. From the Indian Authorities, health certificates for International travel is issued 7 days prior travel.  Many countries require a lot of preparation before a health certificate can be written that may take up to 6 or 7 months, so pet owners should consult with a pet relocation company for advice on timelines.

“Your pet is a member of the family and you want to make sure they have a safe, comfortable travel experience, says Varun Siddhartha, Founder & Director of AirPets Relocation Services Pvt Ltd.  “That’s our top priority as well!”

AirPets Relocation Services Pvt Ltd is a member of the International Pet and Animal Transportation Association (IPATA) the worldwide trade association for animal handlers, pet moving providers, kennel operators, veterinarians and others who are dedicated to the care and welfare of pets and animals during transport.

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