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DogFriendly.com Discusses "The Real Scoop on Pet Air Travel in 2013"

The ability to travel with a small dog in the airline cabin has improved greatly over the last ten years. There is still a long way to go for those people with pets that are too big to fit under the seat.

May 9, 2013 -- DogFriendly.com (http://www.dogfriendly.com), a publisher of dog travel guides, has published a discussion about the current state of pet air travel in the world. People fly with their dogs for three major reasons. First, many dog lovers want to bring their dog with them on a vacation, and they either don't drive or it is too far to drive. Second, dog owners may show their dogs in nationwide dog shows or events. Third, people relocating and moving want to bring their dog with them. People that consider flying with their pets may not have the time or energy for a long car drive. Or they are traveling over water. Flying with dogs, especially smaller ones, is easier than it was ten years ago, but major hurdles remain.

"The ability to travel with a small dog in the airline cabin has improved greatly over the last ten years." says Len Kain, Editor of DogFriendly.com. "From ease of booking your flight, to pet relief areas at airports and the easing of International dog entry requirements things are much smoother. There is still a long way to go for those people with pets that are too big to fit under the seat in the cabin. While placing the dog in a cargo hold works for some people, it is not a satisfactory solution for most."

The complete article is available at this link.  Other information for people traveling with dogs by plane and border crossing information is available at this link. Since 1998, DogFriendly.com has found, listed and highlighted pet friendly places that you can take your well-behaved, leashed dog to. More than 40,000 places listed are on DogFriendly.com's free online dog travel guides. There are places in over 4000 North American cities and towns so everyone should be able to find something for them and their dog that meets their tastes.

DogFriendly.com also publishes a free mobile app for iPhone and Android, a mobile website, ebooks and paperback books.

Press Contact:
Len  Kain
DogFriendly.com, Inc.
1-877-475-2275
email@dogfriendly.com
http://www.dogfriendly.com
Article: http://www.dogfriendly.com/server/travel/airtravel/scooponpettravel.shtml

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