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4 things you should know before flying with a pet.

As you guys know, we are from the beautiful island of Puerto Rico, and every winter we travel with the dogs back home. Yes! we would fly all nine dogs and, although it is expensive, we wouldn't have it any other way.

Part of The Canine Experience pack.

So, we thought we put together a short list to help anyone that's planning to travel with their pet. It took us a while to get the hang of it. Let's face it, traveling with one dog is not the same as traveling with nine. But in no time we became pros. It may look and sound very overwhelming and complicated, but it's not as bad as it sounds, we promise!

1. Airline

Choosing an airline is probably the hardest part. The main ones are Delta, Jet Blue, United and American Airlines. Prices vary according to airline and the weight of the pet plus the kennel. So make sure to have all that information in hand when you call to make the reservation, along with the breed, age of your pet(s) and size of kennel (example: 100, 200, 300, 400, 500 series).

Out of all these airlines, Jet Blue is the only one that does not fly animals cargo. Unless your pet will fi