Friday, February 1st, 2013 at
Question by Suzanne R: What is the best type of airline travel carrier?
I have an 11 pound Shih Tzu. I need something that will fit under most airline seats. It makes me really nervous, and i can’t seem to make my mind up on a carrier for my dog.
What have you guys used and know that work. I know I can’t trust every “AIRLINE” approved carrier out there.
Answer by travelmaster
not sure if this will help you but did you know there is an airline which their only passengers
are pets -its called pet airways -and they provided the kennel not you
they coast to coast not all cities are service but some major ones are
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Thursday, January 17th, 2013 at
Question by iLnorLey000: What would be the best small pet for living on a boat?
My husband and I are planning on buying a sailboat and living aboard it soon. I want a small pet to live aboard with us! But, I’m not sure what pet or breed to get. Any ideas? I was thinking either a miniature pot bellied pig or maybe a small breed of dog. The only thing with a dog, though is that it has to be a calmer breed while being small at the same time (limited space, as our boat will be about 30 ft long). Help!!
Answer by Alan Ortega
Reptiles are your best option. They’re small, quite and require few needs.
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Monday, December 24th, 2012 at
Question by I need to know my rights: What’s the best and cheapest way to ship pets?
I’m relocating from Texas to California and I need to ship my pets (one cat and one small dog) to Cali. I wanted to know if anyone can recomend a service or method. The best I found so far was through petcargo through continental airlines…
Answer by ShoeE
Yup, you got it.
American allows you to fly a dog 10#’s on board with you in a pet carrier for $ 50.00 and a health certificate from the vet. I don’t know if they allow the same for a cat but you can call them at
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