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When your dog, cat, or elephant goes flyin', leave the paperwork and other details to
"Find out where you and your best friend are welcome."
Switzerland with Your Dog
Welcome to a country where dogs ride trains, dine in restaurants, and have public
restrooms. From Switzerland for
Pet travel products
Touring Europe by car? Secure your dog or cat to a seatbelt to keep the fur from flying
when you hit the brakes.
The Sherpa Bag
A former TWA flight attendant developed this carry-on pet container for her
Llasa Apso. Her bag is now
officially approved by 11 airlines.
Passports for Pets
The UK is notoriously xenophobic toward foreign pets, and Passports for Pets
has been a leader in fighting British quarantine laws. What's more, the fight
has been successful: In early 2012, the UK eliminated the quarantine
requirement for rabies-vaccinated pets.
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you live outside the EU, a
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