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As is, this kennel is NOT airline approved. It is NOT IATA compliant (as it states in the description) because it does not have ventilation on all four sides. This dog travel kennel has no rear vents. It may meet the requirements for some domestic flights, but not all. You may have to drill holes in the back of the crate to meet airline flight requirements.
Really informative post. I plan to travel to our hometown next month and I want to bring my pet hamster with me. I’m expecting that since these rodents are quite small I can bring them with me in my seat. I just hope that the airline people would allow me to do that. Do you have any tips available regarding bringing really tiny pets (like rodents) with you during your airline travel? RESPONSE You will need to call the airlines reservations offices to see if it will be allowed (each airline has different rules) and you have to make a reservation for the animal to travel in an approved carrier under the seat. Most airlines do not allow rodents, only cats and dogs to travel in the cabin so it may have to travel as checked baggage in an IATA compliant pet crate. Only the telephone reservations office will be able to answer your question. Jerry
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dog crate fan...Pet Accessories - This would be amazing for summer time and keeping your dog cool. Also, it would be very traveling in the car! Want!If your pet has never used a travel crate before and you sense they might be skeptical of it, don't put the whole thing together at first -- just place the bottom portion of the crate in your living room or another common area where your dog likes to spend time. Once they get used to this, add the top of the crate. When your dog is truly comfortable, then add the door.As soon as you know you're moving, buy your dog's travel crate. This will mean doing some research and measuring them from the base of their tail to the tip of the nose and from the floor to the top of their head to make sure you acquire the right one -- here is more information about . In our experience, as long as pets have a few weeks to get used to their crate, they are in a much better position to enjoy a low stress move.Though crate acclimation is extremely important, try not to force or rush the process. Ideally you have a few weeks at your disposal to let you dog come around to seeing the kennel as a positive (or at least neutral) aspect of life, so in that time try to behave normally and let your dog have time to get used to this slight change of scenery on their own.