Should I sedate my pet before travel?

Wednesday, Sep 26, 2012

All research shows that pets should not be sedated before travel. The IATA Live Animals Regulations states that “there is considerable risk in sedating animals transported by air” as they are not able to respond appropriately to stress during their transportation.  There are some homeopathic options available if you are concerned about you pets response to travel.  Please feel free to discuss these with us when you book.


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- Frank the Boxer and his family


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- Alex the Retrodoodle and his parents

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