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Air pet travel safety

When it comes to air pet travel, everyone does their part to ensure your pet’s safety. The US. Department of Transportation says two million animals travel on commercial flights each year. Air Cargo World found that less than 0.01 percent of pets that fly have incidents, making it quite safe. There are even worldwide organizations… View Article

Preparing your dog for travel: using a pet resort

Preparing your dog for travel can be straightforward and easy when you have the right tools. At Airpets America, we rely on our pet resort to provide many necessary services for traveling dogs. From customizing a crate and getting your dog used to it with help from our dog trainer, to allowing strangers to handle… View Article
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Ground transportation for your dog across the US

Ground transportation like the one we offer ensures your dog will be safe and comfortable every step of the way. In our van, your dog is in the same cabin as our drivers, keeping them happy and healthy throughout their journey. Ground transportation can be a great alternative to flying for senior dogs. Many veterinarians… View Article

Spotlight pet move: Frida and Patch move from Florida to UK

Frida (Dog), and Patch (Cat) are our spotlight pet move. These pets moved from Florida, USA to the UK.   When is your pet’s birthday? Frida (June 2011), and Patch (October 2010)   Where did you get them? Frida: Adopted here in Gainesville from local animal rescue Patch: Also adopted, from animal rescue in New… View Article
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Featured pet move: Lola the Labrador moves from Arkansas to Germany

Our featured pet move is Lola, she moved from Arkansas to Germany Birthday: December, 2016 We got Lola from a farm family giving Lola and her siblings away in a store parking lot. Lola traveled from Hot Springs, Arkansas to Wiesbaden, Germany. We moved to be with our dad/husband who had been put on military… View Article
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Flying a bulldog

Bulldogs are a snub nosed dog breed. This term is used to describe dogs that have a shorter than normal snout, also called brachycephalic. Bulldog’s noses and sinuses are compressed, causing smaller nostrils and a narrowed windpipe. The very characteristics that make bulldogs so cute and distinctive, also make them not as efficient breathers as… View Article
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