Dog Transport – How I Found a Good Dog Transport Company | transportation

I adopted my dog, Cookie in June and had to go on a extended business trip in August. My first worry about my new little friend was what to do about his transportation. Animal sites strongly urge pet owners to not take pets on airplanes during the summer months because the airlines don’t care for the animals and tend to lose, injure or kill them. However, transporting Cookie by ground seemed to be a safe choice.I began to research companies that transport dogs from place to place and found that most of these companies were ideal for long distance pet transportation. To make things a little easier for you if you should want to transport your dog somewhere, here is a list of what to look for in a pet transportation company:
Did the dog transport company ask for a full health report before they accept to take your dog?
Is the transport vehicle clean?
Is the transport vehicle climate controlled?
Is the vehicle equipped with USDA approved travel crates?
Does each dog have its own riding crate?
Does the driver stop a few times in order for the dogs to get exercise?
Do the pets have constant access to water?
Is there a pet or a professional pet handler available on site?
How are the dog transporter’s credentials? Once I found a dog transporter that I was comfortable with, it was very easy to book them and feel at ease with giving the safety and comfort of my dog to someone else. I was excited to see them deliver Cookie to me safe and sound and I knew that I could count on the dog transporters to drive him back home when it was time to leave.So always make sure you have a good dog transport company that can take good care of your dog. No one would ever want to leave behind their pet anywhere and when they can travel with you, it is always better.

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