Frontier Dog Travel Policies
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Traveling with pets?
Pets are like family. That’s why we’re committed to keeping your dogs, cats, hamsters, and more safe and sound on their trip. If you would like to take your critter on your next trip, there are few things you need to know first.
A one-way, directional charge of $75 will apply and may be paid in advanced during booking. If you do not pay in advance, you’ll need to pay when you check-in your pet. We are required to limit one pet per container and carry-on per person.
Pssst... Frontier Tip: Make your trip a little smoother by checking what the state requirements of your destination are regarding animals - some require health certificates, others don’t!
A few things to know about traveling with pets in the cabin:
Only certain animals are allowed in the cabin:
A few things to know about your pet's traveling container:
The travel container must be large enough for the pet to stand, turn around, and lie down in a natural position (you want your pet to be comfortable, don’t you?). The carrier must also fit underneath the seat in front of you. There may be certain seats that cannot accommodate your pet container, but we'll work with you to get a seat assignment with space.
Pet Health and Wellness
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) regulates the transport of pets within the U.S. While we do not require a health certificate for pets carried in the cabin traveling within the U.S., upon arrival, a certificate may be required by the specific state in which you are landing. For clarification, please call your veterinarian or see the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Veterinary Services.
For international travel, a health certificate is required. Each country may have vaccination requirements beyond the requirements listed here. Consulates can provide more information regarding other diseases for which your pet must be vaccinated.
Must be dated based on country on entry:
Pets Checked as Baggage
Frontier does not accept pets as checked baggage.
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