A lot of regulation that change from country to country, some even have forced quarantine time of 14 days up to 3 months, other force you to fill out a shitload of paperwork, need of a special insurance for the time your pet is in the country etc...
Unless you're traveling with a service animal or it's a invitational sport competition (show jumping, dog agility, polo...) where you get special permissions it really sucks.
>>1065268 A dog that goes under the seat in front of you in the cabin is one thing (less than 20lbs). Checking a dog is russian roulette with their life. Even the most frequent flier dogs (show dogs) are hurt, lost and killed far more than you'd know. Airlines don't advertise that, because it wouldn't make sense to talk about it. If you can declare your dog a "therapy" or guide dog officially, you can buy them a seat in the cabin. Could have some other special exceptions crossing borders with this type too.
They're essential wild animals and can get spooked, freaked out, tear out toenails and bleed to death, break a blood vessel in an ear while slammed in a door, heart attacks, nervous behaviors, and need supervision by someone educated. Your dog is fighting for his life to get back to you or to a feeling of safety. They're loose on the tarmac, running around getting hit by cars, and you name it while they are out of your sight. It's horrible. If you travel by car, by train, or something where they are never out of your sight, maybe yes.
Let's talk about quarantine. I wouldn't subject any animal through that, unless I was moving and it was simply only once. I might be more inclined to rehome my animal in a later stage of life than put them in a kennel for a month.
Cayman Islands give their dogs their own passports. TSA can consider even body-sniffing dogs traveling with their trainers to an earthquake as a "weapon" if they're the wrong breed. I'm telling you it happens, because it does, and it can end your trip immediately. Be careful. The regulations in order to travel can be more frequent vaccinations, health certificates that cost you money at your vet to prepare with very recent dates, etc.
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