If you transport your pet by air, you must comply with the applicable laws of the country from which you are departing, which are designed to ensure pet safety and comfort.
After the appropriate screening has been applied, releasable cable ties will be attached to all four corners of the kennel door. If you prefer, you may provide your own ties or sealing mechanisms, provided they can be removed prior to screening without the use of tools.First, some airlines will allow you to travel with a small pet in the cabin of the plane if your pet will fit in a carry-on kennel or approved carrier under a passenger seat.For animals other than dogs or cats, contact your airline for its acceptance policy. For example, a pet cannot have an offensive odor, nor will it be allowed to disturb other onboard travelers and must adhere to FAA rules.Contact your airline directly to determine the best option for you and your pet. Note that carriers reserve the right to embargo pet travel during extreme conditions. Some species – for example, pug-nosed dogs (e.g., Boxers and Boston Terriers) – simply do not fly well because they may have difficulty breathing even under normal conditions.Many don't accept pets in cargo during some summer or winter months. You will need a health certificate, provided by your veterinarian, in order to comply with the rules of most airlines as well as those of the country of destination. Most veterinarians advise against sedating your pet since the effects of tranquilizers on animals at higher altitudes are unpredictable. You must follow regulations on the size of kennel for your pet.