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Airline Travel Tips for Snub Nosed Pets

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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 been studying them to help bring information and resolutions to our readers so that the traveling pets can be safer, avoiding injury and sometimes, death. Incidents, according to the airlines is death, injury or loss. What was concluded was that the main categories of incident were from the following two issues. 1. Faulty unsecured kennels 2. […]

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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  Release prepared by Balletsa inc Pet Care Company Develops Product to Save Pet Lives Airlines learn from lessons put into action by inventor (Philadelphia,PA; Jan 2011) A company with almost two-decades in pet care and safety has developed a new product that saves pet lives when pets are traveling on commercial airlines. In the past, one […]

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