In order to have a stress-free flight for yourself and more importantly, your dog, you need to make sure you have the all the necessary steps in place.
Before booking any tickets, research all airlines ahead of time. Each airline has different policies regarding pet travel.
If your dog isn’t used to being a crate, you will need to crate train them well in advanced to your trip so they associate their crate with feeling of happiness and relaxation.
Contact Your Vet
Do not administer any sedation to your pet without seeking out professional advice from a vet first. Sedation can lead to various complications.
It’s always best to contact the airline ahead of time to make sure that your dog will be able to come along on the dates you are looking to fly.