If you and your pet are frequent flyers, you may want to take note of recent rules issued by the United States Department of Transportation. Starting January 1, 2015, all commercial airlines will be required to file a report any time a pet dies, is injured, or is lost during the trip. The new rules don’t just apply to personal pets -- animals being shipped or transported by breeders and other services are also covered. The rules are a response to numerous incidences across all major airlines and are intended to make air travel providers accountable for their actions when transporting people’s companion animals. They should also help pet owners with choosing the safest airline for their animals. The law only applies to dogs and cats flying with domestic airlines on planes with more than 60 seats. According to DOT, forcing the airline to cover all possible animals would be burdensome due to the sheer number of animals carried in commercial shipments. Reporting the death of every fish, rodent, or insect is considered outside of the realm of possibility, so DOT focused in on the pets people tend to bring along. Airlines are also required to report how many animals travel with them each year so pet owners can better understand the rate of incidence. Some airlines have changed rules regarding the animals they will and will not accept as cargo; Delta, for example, will not take snub-nosed dogs and cats due to their inherent risk factor for breathing problems. Overall, flying with your pet carries a certain level of danger but the new rules should assist pet lovers with make a more informed decision.
Craig is an entrepreneur and business executive with an extensive background in all aspects of small business management. As a long-time dog advocate and guardian, he founded Vet Organics to develop an affordable, all-natural, safe, and effective dog ear infection remedy. With the help of natural chemists and botanical experts, Vet Organics products have helped thousands of dogs around the world find relief for painful, chronic ear infections. Craig went on to design powerful all-natural formulas that address a variety of dog and cat ailments, health-boosting supplements, and nutritious treats. When he isn’t designing solutions for dog and cat well-being, he can be found mentoring young entrepreneurs in his community, traveling the world, or building other businesses with an ethical and sustainable focus.
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