Q. Are some dogs more suited to travel than others?

That leads us to the forms that you should bring with you when traveling with dogs.
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I have long had a draft post about kayaking with a dog in my queue, waiting for content. I’m not a kayaker myself, and for many years the only text I had on an otherwise empty page was a note to put long-haired dogs in doggie t-shirts before strapping on their life vests, to avoid hair-pulling. It’s a great tip, from an experienced and adventurous friend with two Papillons, but one tip does not a post make. Just recently, however, this adorable video appeared in my Instagram feed:
Traveling with dogs in an RV is the best way to travel, especially for extended travel.
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"I can't imagine going through the whole process by myself, as it is very complicated to transfer dogs from Mexico to Australia. Finally Dadi and I are together and we both are sooo happy!" - It can be a challenge to travel with dogs, but it’s so worth it to bring your best friend!
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Although there are various diseases that pet dogs, cats and ferrets can carry, there are none considered more serious than rabies. If you are traveling internationally, the first thing you must do is to find out the rabies classification of the country your pet is leaving from according to the country your pet is traveling to. The World Organization for Animal Health classifies countries as rabies-free, rabies-controlled or high-risk. Although the European Union has a uniform list of country classifications which is considered standard, many countries have their own classifications. Here are our top tips for traveling with dogs in an RV in the USA. (I’m sure many of these tips apply to any country you travel with your pets in!)As soon as you know you're moving, buy your dog's travel crate. This will mean doing some research and measuring them from the base of their tail to the tip of the nose and from the floor to the top of their head to make sure you acquire the right one -- here is more information about . In our experience, as long as pets have a few weeks to get used to their crate, they are in a much better position to enjoy a low stress move. Indian Railways allows you to take your pets on their trains on routes within India if you're traveling AC First Class or First Class provided you reserve either a two berth or a four berth compartment exclusively for your use. Dogs can also travel in the Luggage/Brake Van in special crates available on the train. Our clients are often worried about crate training older dogs who have never spent time in a kennel, but in our experience it's never too late to set your pet up for a safe flight. Happy travel crate training, everyone!We did not know that was so pet friendly for traveling with dogs until we got there. And then the CVB told us they had a big focus on pets and gave us a list of all these pet friendly things.