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Transporting Pets on Cars, Planes and Other Transport

BY: Jo Justin | Category: Others | Submitted: 2010-03-08 12:31:09
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Article Summary: "Transporting pets on cars, planes and other transport can be difficult, but if you have to transport them, then car and planes would be the best choices available..."

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Transporting a pet is an important aspect that usually each and every pet owner should know about. There are many methods of transporting the pet, but the essential thing is to make sure that the pet is not disturbed a lot. This is important because if the pet is disturbed, then it can cause a lot of trouble for the pet and cause it to get scared.

There are various modes of transportation that are used to transport pets. The common modes of transport are by car, train, and planes. The transport by car is most easy if you are traveling as a family or alone. This is because, if you travel by car, then you will be able to stop when you need to and then take car of your pet as needed. On the other hand, when you travel by transport that is not your own, you may not be able to have things under control.

Travel by plane:

Most of the airlines do not allow the pet to be kept with the passenger because of the difficulty that it causes to the people around. The animals are usually transported in the hold of the plane. The owner of the pet has to make sure that the pet is given adequate food and also that the pet does not attack other people. There are also many other prerequisites that have to be satisfied before the airline transports your pet. The various conditions and terms that are set by the airline companies are as follows.

The vaccination of the pet should be completed and certified. The certification is checked by the concerned authorities before the pet can be taken aboard. Other than this, there are also various other issues that are involved and these have to be taken note of before the pet can be caged and put in the hold of the plane. The cage that the pet is put into is adequately barred so that the pet does not escape out.

Other transports:

There are many other kinds of transports that can be sued to transport a pet. One can use bus and also other cargo transport to make sure that a pet reaches the destination, but when the pet is transferred by cargo, it is very difficult for the owner to keep track of the pet and this is the reason for the pet to be transported by the regular methods like cards and planes.

The best method of transport:

In spite of all the difficulties, the best methods of transportation of a pet from one place to another would be by car. This is because if the place is not too far off, the pet and the owner can be on the same car and the owner can take care of the pet. On the other hand if the place that has to be reached is very far off, then transport by plane would be the best choice. The reason for this is that planes are far quicker and once you have satisfied the airline authorities that your pet is safe, everything usually goes like clockwork because they are used to transporting many pets from time to time.

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