Start traveling with your dog TODAY!
So you wanna travel with your dog internationally, but don’t know where to start? Are you afraid of putting your dog at risk?
Hi there! It’s Gigi, Roger Wellington’s #1 human, travel buddy, and blog manager. I know you’re hesitant to fly with your dog – I was too. Heck, I was just as terrified and confused before Roger took his first international flight to France from California in 2016. In the beginning, I felt so discouraged by the complicated paperwork required to fly internationally with Roger, but I really didn’t want to leave him behind.
Not only was I overwhelmed by how international dog travel works, but I also truly feared that I was jeopardizing his health on long-haul flights. We’ve all heard those horrific air travel dog stories – from the disturbing death of a 10-month-old French bulldog forced into the overhead bin to the frequent deaths of puppies from breeders while en route to their new homes to wrong destinations flown for dogs in cargo. As you dog pawrents can empathize, I love my precious Roger so much and would NEVER risk his life for any 2-week vacation or even a long-term move.
Does my dog need to be vaccinated?
Will my dog survive a 10+ hour flight?
Can my dog fly in-cabin with me?
How can I get my dog through customs?
Does my dog need to be quarantined?
WHERE can I travel with my dog?
And, I spent countless hours googling all the answers.
After over 7 years around the globe together, Roger and I are excited to help you do the same with your soon-to-be dog traveler. Don’t waste your time doing unnecessary online research – our E-Book is your one-stop-shop for everything you MUST know about flying internationally with your dog. We will break down the perplexing world of international dog travel for you – step by step. Learn to travel with your dog safely, smoothly, AND as stress-free as possible!
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Don’t jeopardize your dog’s life on a flight! Learn how to travel with your dog – the RIGHT way:
Last Updated: April 2023
*Proceeds will go towards feeding homeless dogs (and cats) along with improving the lives of the neglected and abused.
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