RELEASING A PET FROM A CARRIER/CRATE


Helen Fazio, Travel Dog Blogger, www.traveldogbooks.com

 Whether your dog has flown in cargo or in cabin, he will be delirious when he's finally deplaned and on the ground. All he wants to do is get out, run and relieve himself. Not so fast. The area outside the baggage claim is a dangerous four-lane highway of cars, vans, buses and taxis. Before you leave the building, face your carrier toward an inside corner, open the door or flap just a crack, slide your hand in and attach the leash to your dog's collar before opening the door fully. Then walk him on leash outside the building and toward a safe area.

 

WE'D LIKE TO NOTE TO DO THIS any TIME YOU ARE RELEASING A PET FROM A CARRIER OR CRATE.

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