Dogs that show signs of a serious or life-threatening illness or injury will be treated by a veterinarian under the owner's responsibility and may be transferred to a. After reviewing this lesson, you'll understand many factors that can improve the safety of dogs during air travel and increase the likelihood that dogs will arrive healthy at their final destination. Dogs that show signs of a serious or life-threatening illness or injury will be treated by a veterinarian under the owner's responsibility and may be transferred to the care of a veterinarian for the rest of the dog's stay, depending on the severity of the illness or injury. We provide bedtime cookies to all dogs, you don't need to send cookies for your dog unless you want to add them to your dog's food, in which case you should add them to the dog food bag.
Dogs can transmit diseases to each other, such as scabies, ringworm, kennel cough, and canine flu. These factors include the proper care and handling of dogs and kennels under normal and extreme conditions. We will not accept any dog with contagious or questionable diseases until a vet has determined that the dog is no longer contagious. People who handle and care for dogs during air transport should carefully observe the tag on the crate.
If you're used to boarding your dog or leaving him in daycare every day while you're at work, you might be wondering if you can still bring your dog in when he's sick.