Like travelling with a minor or a person with health issues, travelling with a dog requires extensive preparation.
Every country has its own set of laws regarding pet immigration, and it is essential that you know all these requirements beforehand.
Make sure your vet is registered and accredited by your country’s relevant health department or board.
Things like a dog license, a pet passport, and a signed behaviour voucher may be required according to a country’s pet import policies.
Dog insurance will cover the expenses should your furry friend fall sick or get injured. It will also cover the costs of returning your pup home should anything drastic happen.
Although many airlines allow dogs to fly (at an additional fee), it’s better to choose a specifically pet-friendly airline, like American Airlines.