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CPS also collected the data necessary to create a formal test protocol and ratings guidelines for pet travel crates and carriers in order to certify products in the future
If your small dog or cat goes everywhere with you, the can go there, too. Unlike plastic crates, which haven’t fared well in CPS crash tests, the Sleepypod carrier is made of luggage-grade nylon with a hard layer around the bed. The inside is soft and padded with a zippered, dome-shaped mesh top. After several rounds of crash tests, the CPS named this carrier a 2015 Top Performer in combination with a , which Sleepypod provides free. Without the PPRS Handilock, the Velcro straps on the Mobile Pet Bed released in . (When we called Sleepypod’s customer service department to ask about the Handilock, the representative told us that “it doesn’t make it safer, necessarily,” but that it keeps the Velcro intact.)
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If your pet is over 70 pounds (for most airlines) you will need to make a reservation with the cargo department of the airline. Ask them the location of the cargo department of the airport you are traveling from because you will need to drop off your pet at that location. Your pet can travel on the same flight as you and will be in the same compartment as if they were traveling as checked baggage. The crate they will travel in will be subject to the same requirements as those above. If a giant does not fit your pet, you need to contact the airline for a carrier or the for crates for larger pets.my question is our dog is big like a great dane. he is 32 inches at the shoulders, head is over our kitchen cabinets. Is there any made pet carriers big enough for him to fly. Air North will fly him as cargo, but how do I find a crate big enough for him?Whether your pet travels in an airline pet carrier or a cargo pet crate, be sure and give your pet time to be acclimated to the carrier. Keep the pet carrier out where the pet can become familiar with it. Put a toy or treat inside and always keep the door open. Don’t forget lots of phrase when your pet goes inside. If possible, take your pet for a trip to the dog park or someplace fun in the carrier or crate before your trip. Doing all of these things ahead of time will make the trip far smoother when travel day arrives.The smaller sizes can be confidently recommended to meet your puppy crate or small, traveling dog needs. The handle for this design is located on the top and runs perpendicular to the length of the crate, making it easy to carry even when it’s fully assembled. You’ll easily be able to carry your smaller dog or puppy around with you, which means that this crate can also function as a basic pet carrier for your smaller animals.