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Taking your pet on a plane? No matter if your pet is flying cargo or cabin, make sure your pet is fit to fly--especially if your fur baby is a first time flyer. Our founder, Walter M. Woolf, VMD, gave useful tips to pet owners to WTSP-TV news reporter Josh Sidorowicz.
Pets on a Plane
Three important take-aways
- Take your pet to a veterinarian for a check-up before the flight
- Get a pet health certificate
- Avoid sedating your pet. Sedation slows breathing. 40% of pet deaths in the air result from breathing issues.