Our professional flight veterinarians will assist you and support you through the process making sure your pet is in good health conditions and all the terms and standards requested for pet shipment take place.
It's best if your pet does not eat during the flight, to avoid incidents that may make your pet dirty and uncomfortable. It is preferable not to feed your pet for up to 4 hours before flight. Pets should, however, drink during the flight. Make sure to fit a water bottle to your pet's kennel.
Based on the destination and the type of pet involved, there are mandatory and optional vaccinations for your pet. Once we know your pet travel plans, our in-house vet will be able to advise on what vaccinations and treatments are required, and which ones you should consider for the health of your cat, dog or other pet.
Based on the destination and origin of your pet and your pet travel plans, there could be anywhere from 2 - 15 different documents needed. This includes government approval, vet approval, health certification, vaccination information and more. To find out what documents you need, contact our pre-flight department.