Steps for safe pet travel:

08/9/2010 | AnnArbor.com (Mich.)

Making sure pets are healthy before putting them on a plane is vital to ensuring animals arrive safely at their destination. Many airlines require an acclimation certificate from a veterinarian, certifying that the pet is healthy enough to fly and isn't showing signs of illness, says the AVMA, which also advises owners to limit flights to cooler times of the day and understand that flying is riskier for flat-faced breeds such as pugs and bulldogs.

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