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Excessive sedation is the most frequent cause of animal death during air travel, according to a study published in the Journal of AVMA.
A common misconception many pet owners have is believing sedation is beneficial for anxious pets when travelling.
Our resident vets here at Jetpets strongly discourage sedating pets and instead suggest other alternatives to calm anxious pets.
Travelers with dogs small enough to fit under an airplane seat don’t have to wave good-bye as their pet’s crate is rolled away, or worry about conditions in the plane’s cargo area on the tarmac or during flight.
When we were deciding to add a dog to our life, we deliberately chose a breed small enough to fly at our feet. airlines, and many international airlines, allow passengers to travel with an in-cabin dog.
She weighs 13 lbs., and stands about 12 inches tall at the shoulder (which is where you measure a dog for height). That kind of freedom of movement is necessary for your dog’s comfort, and is required by the airlines.