Portable Pet Homes
Portable pet homes make traveling with your pet fun and easy. Whether you're going away with your pet for a weekend trip or planning to be gone for an extended stay, travel pet homes provide a "home away from home" for your pet. Packing is a cinch because most fold up and are easy to stow. Collapsible pet homes fold up easy and are quick to set up when you get to your destination. Pets feel secure in their own space, and portable pet homes provide them with a sense of security. If you need to confine them for short periods of time, travel pet homes can be zipped up and offer mesh screening for plenty of ventilation. Next time you're thinking of hitting the road with your pet, consider taking along any of our collapsible pet homes to provide privacy and comfort for your furry friend. Find various styles and sizes of portable pet homes here to suit your needs.
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Q. When traveling with our 13-year-old male tabby, we normally seclude him in the rear bath of our motorhome with litter box, water and food. He also has a hammock bed but no windows, just a skylight. Bottom line - would he be better off in a carrier up forward with us? -- William C., Winston, GA
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From: Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
To: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Pet: Jenny (Fox Terrier and Lhasa Apso Cross breed, 9 yrs, 8 kg)
Q. Hi PetRelocation,
Can my dog travel with me in cabin? If so, please do recommend an airline for me to travel along with my dog from Chennai, TN, India to Toronto, ON, Canada.
Also provide me with the list of requirements according to Canadian Food Inspection Agency. I haven't maintained the vaccination card though my dog has had regular vaccinations. Can I provide the No Objection Certificate alone? I also don't feel comfortable with my dog travelling in cargo since she is already 9 years old.