Flight Nanny | Preparing Your Pet for Flight Nanny | Breeders | Pet Transport

Health Check-Up: Ensuring that your pet is in good health is crucial before entrusting them to a Paws On A Plane Flight Nanny. Schedule a thorough veterinary examination to ensure that your pet is fit to travel and up to date on vaccinations.

Feeding Before Traveling: Please refrain from feeding them for 4-6 hours before flying. This will cut down on your pet's need to go to the bathroom while in the air. The flight nanny will also line the carrier with an absorbent “puppy potty pad” in case your dog needs to potty during travel.

Crate Training: Familiarize your pet with their travel crate well in advance. Gradually introduce them to the crate, making it a positive and comfortable space. This will help reduce stress during the journey.

Necessary Documentation: Gather all required documentation, including health certificates, vaccination records, and any other necessary paperwork. Ensure that these documents are up to date and comply with the airline's regulations.

Packing Essentials: Provide your Flight Nanny with all necessary items for your pet, including enough food, treats, medications (if applicable), comfort items (such as a familiar blanket or toy), and any specific instructions regarding feeding or care.

Clear Communication: It is essential to maintain open and clear communication with the Flight Nanny. Provide them with detailed information about your pet's routine, habits, dietary preferences, and any specific care instructions they may need.

Emergency Contacts: Share your contact information, as well as the contact details of a trusted emergency contact person, with the Flight Nanny. This ensures that they can reach you or someone close to you in case of an emergency or any unforeseen circumstances.

Remember, the well-being of your pet is of utmost importance. By following these steps, you can help ensure a seamless and stress-free experience when entrusting your pet to a Paws On A Plane Flight Nanny.