Trisha A. Angelo here.
I’m a 53-year-old mother and I hail from one of the most famous cities globally, New York.
It’s not always easy for me to balance my duties and passions. I am a full-time mother of three children, two lovely daughters and a charming boy, and pet babies are included in my list of children. I own two dogs and a cat. Traveling in a large group offers its own set of challenges and adventures.
I love traveling with my family members, including pets. That’s what makes the experience worth remembering for me. And I want my fur babies to be part of the journey as much as the rest of my family members.
The problem is to get all the information together in one place. I started this blog and gathered all the necessary stuff from the respective airlines website.
However, there are a few rules I must adhere to when traveling with my dogs. The size of the crate is one of the most crucial considerations. It should be large enough for your pet to sit, stand, and move freely, with enough ventilation. The needed cage dimension is always accessible on airlines’ official website that allows dogs to travel in cabins with their owners.
In most cases, however, only one pet is allowed per container. For optimum convenience, the container must be at least 6″ (15 cm) wider than their body length and 6″ (15 cm) taller than their shoulder level.
When I travel with my pets by plane, I always make sure I have the proper documentation. Each airline may have its systems and procedures, which can change.
I am a pet mom and want the best for all my children. I try to abide by the pet regulations of airlines and destination countries to make the trip and the entire experience fruitful for my pets. Thus I decided to write down some of the tips I use, and I think they will be helpful for all other pet parents out there. You may contact me for further inquiries.
Don’t hesitate to contact me with ideas, suggestions, and help.