Can pet travel by bus, train or and ocean vessel
If you decide to travel by train or bus, you may be disappointed. Currently (in the U.S.), Amtrak, Greyhound and other bus companies that travel interstate only allow service animals accompanied by passengers on board. Even small, caged animals are prohibited. Local commuter trains, such as New York’s Metro North and Boston’s Commuter Rail system, have their own policies and may permit animals. Contact the individual transportation company before planning your trip to find out their policies. If you are planning on taking a cruise, you may be equally disappointed. Only the QE2, which sails from New York to England and France, permits pets, but only if one of its fourteen kennel spaces is available. Companion animals are not allowed in cabins or to roam about on board. Check with Cunard Lines in advance for more specifics. We have been notified in May 2006 that the Queen Mary 2 also will take animals. Please check with the Cunard Lines to verify. A variety of books and web sites are available that list pet-friendly lodgings and transportation information. ASPCA Animal Watch – Spring 2000
How do i select a kennel or a crate to ship my pet by air
Need some expert advice on what kind of crate to pick out for your pet to travel on an airplane? Watch this excellent presentation based on IATA, International Air Transport Association and LAR, Live Animals Regulation.
Most be a global logistic member before ship a pets
You don’t have to be an Logistic Cargo member to ship your pet. Pet Logistic is an association of professionals that support the humane transport of animals. Using one of our members to ship your pet is a responsible way to make sure your pet will be treated with the utmost care.