DogTravel Company, the world's first full service travel club for dog lovers who want to travel WITH their dogs, has fur flying! Now you can travel by air WITH your four legged furry canine companion, regardless of how big he or she is! The best part is, your pampered pup will sit right next to you the whole way! Your dog will never travel in a cargo hold, or on a cargo plane. In fact, your dog will never be out of your personal care!
Dogtravel is the only company currently providing safe in-cabin, crateless flights for dogs of all sizes, where your dog is treated as they should be, just like a well loved member of your family. We at DogTravel, consider dogs to be member passengers, just like their human counterparts. We treat them just like any other passenger. Each dog will travel in his or her own seat, secure with a special approved safety harness. They will take part in their very own canine customized snack, meal and beverage service, and even will have access to their own fido friendly in-flight entertainment.
No more cargo hold! Imagine that! You no longer have to subject your pup to noxious jet fuel fumes, fluctuating temparatures, changes in airpressure as the pilot has to adjust the pressure in the cargo hold so he or she doesn't have to change it in the main cabin of the plane and make the human passengers uncomfortable.
No more worries about your dog bouncing around in his or her crate, subjected to loud noises, and the dark.
We have done our best to eliminate all of this and revolutionize Dogtravel for dog lovers for ever, making travel with your dog as stress free as possible!
OWNERS OF SMUSHED NOSED DOGS MUST READ:
If you are the owner of a short-nosed dog, please keep reading: Short-nosed or brachycephalic dogs include: Boxers, Boston Terriers, Bull Dogs, French Bull Dogs, Pugs, Puggles, Lhaso Apsos, Pit Bulls, Mastiffs, Chow Chows, Shar Peis, Chins, Japanese Spaniels, Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, Shih Tzus, English Toy Spaniels, Staffordshire Terriers, Brussels Griffon, Pekanese and other dogs with short-noses, or squshed faces either full breed or mixed breed
(this is not a comprehensive list).
Bracycephalic breed dogs should get approval from a vet before traveling. These breeds are especially prone to heat stroke and breathing problems when exposed to stress or extreme temperatures, more so than any other dogs. Please read more...