Sedating pets for airline travel

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Over-sedation can occur when owners who observe their dog in an excitable state before ravel administer a little more sedative.

Sedation affects a dog’s equilibrium, says Patricia Olson, DVM, director of veterinary affairs and studies for the Englewood, Colo.-based American Humane Association.Commonly asked questions include; Is it safe for pets to fly?Air travel is as safe for pets as it is for people.Like most parents, pet owners may be understandably anxious about transporting and being separated from their pet – especially if they have never managed it before.Pet-Express trained and experienced Pet Relocation Specialists are happy to answer your questions, address any concerns, and work with you to design and implement a customized transport solution that will be safe and comfortable for your pet, and practical for your family during your relocation.

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