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Whether you’re moving across the country or taking your pandemic puppy back home to meet the rest of your family, flying with a dog can be nerve-racking. The best way to ensure that everything goes smoothly (and that nobody poops or pees themselves at 30,000 feet) is to plan ahead. Jamie Freyer, a veterinarian and guest contributor at Honest Paws, says it’s important to schedule a visit with your veterinarian several weeks before your trip to make sure your dog has all its vaccinations and the paperwork to prove it. Also, checking your specific airline’s pet requirements to make sure you have everything in order long before you head to the airport will save you a lot of stress — and guarantee that your dog is allowed to fly.
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