Sedating dogs on airplanes
For example, it can inhibit your pet's ability to regulate its body temperature or cause breathing problems.For the actual flight, make sure that your dog is secure in an approved carrier, purchased either from the airline, a pet store, or an animal hospital.Hoping to head out on vacation with your furry friend this year?
An organization called Good Call has created an interactive map showing all the varying pet travel restrictions in the U. That said, there are a lot of things you need to know and contingencies for which to prepare if you are going to subject your dog to air travel.Before you count on being able to bring your dog on any flight with you, you should be aware that there is no cut-and-dried rule regarding the size of dogs who can be carried on a plane.Most accurately, the limiting factor for which dogs can be carried onto a flight is the size of the dog’s carrier, and how well the dog appears to fit inside it.(He's acclimated to his crate, so that's not a problem.) Have any of you ever flown with energetic/sometimes barky dogs? Any advice for someone who has flown a lot, but never with a pet? I should add: I know that sedation itself is not recommended for flights, as dogs can experience serious complications.Are any of you aware of this happening with Benadryl? I just don't want to put my little guy in harm's way.