Sedating dogs on airplanes
Animals traveling internationally should have a pet microchip that meets ISO standards 11784/11785.
This pamphlet is designed to assist you in safely transporting your pet.
Millions of animals travel safely aboard aircraft every year.
Yeah, most airlines will not allow a sedated dog onboard.
If you have absolutely no alternative form of getting your dog where you need to go, follow the dog air travel advice below by Melanie Monteiro.
She currently teaches pet first aid and disaster response courses for the Emergency Care and Safety Institute to pet owners throughout Southern California.My suggestion for this would be to put her in a room away from loud noises, lots of people, other animals, etc and pet her and play with her.There was nothing I could do or say to calm him down or snap him out of it -- he was completely shut down.This is a 15 digit non-encrypted microchip that operates at 134.2k Hz.Airline personnel make every effort to handle these animals with the care they deserve.
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Just make sure that you're prepared to clean her up once you claim her (in case she poops or pees during the flight) and give her lots of love once you're to your destination.