Airline Travel Tips for Snub Nosed Pets

The A, B, C’s of Snub Nosed (Brachycephalic) Pet Flight Safety With emotion, we at DryFur.com have been, sometimes with tears in our eyes, viewing the Pet Airline Incident reports since they were first released in May of 2005. With purpose, we had to not avert our eyes to the realities, and we have beenRead More

Airline Travel for Pets is Safer than Ever!

In late 2009 Major Airlines began requiring Metal Nuts and Bolts on every pet airline carrier – kennel – crate. As a direct result Pet Airline Incident Reports for 2010 have shown a 70% decrease in pet escapes. This is a huge improvement for pet airline travel safety! For immediate release  Lisa Kelly  Lisa@dryfur.com  ReleaseRead More

Acclimating your PET cat or dog to Airline Crate

One of the most important thing you can do for your pets when preparing for long car trips or travel on an airplane is to get them used to spending time in their crate. You can do this at any age even old dogs can learn news tricks. Acclimating your pet to his or herRead More

Modified and Custom Built Airline Kennels Crates Information

Below find tips and information on Custom built or modified airline kennels & crates. Over Sized Pets One option for extra large dogs, like Great Danes or Mastiffs is to purchase a custom built wood airline crate or have a Giant size Sky or Vari kennel modified with wood spacers to accommodate over sized pets. Read More

Pet Airline Safety Checklist & Travel Tips

Our Deluxe Airline Kit includes all the items needed for safe and comfortable pet airline travel. Follow these simple Pet Airline Checklist full of diagrams and instructions on how to prepare your pets carrier kennel like a Professional Pet Shipper… [Continue Reading]

Pet Carrier Kennel Safety & Securing Tips

We will demonstrate how to re-enforce non airline approved pet carriers and make them safer. These type of pet carriers with plastic attachments often fail to stay closed, which can be extremely dangerous even when transporting you pets short distances like to and from the veterinarian’s office.