You need to have four three things in hand to take your dog to France from the United States:
1. Proof, in the form of a “Rabies Vaccination Certificate,” that your dog’s rabies vaccination is current. According to the French Embassy, “every animal must have a valid rabies vaccination, even if less than 3 months old. If it is the first rabies vaccination for the pet, you must wait 21 days between the last shot of the vaccination protocol and … Read more
Today’s New York Times includes an article about flying with pets (“Pets Onboard: Growls and Purrs“) that does a pretty good job of summarizing the arguments and feelings on both sides of the debate about whether pets should travel in-cabin on airplanes.
You know where I stand, of course, given the number of posts on this site about flying with a small dog. I believe that the only problem with in-cabin pets worth discussing is the troubles in-cabin pets may cause allergy … Read more