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Dog Found Dead in Cargo on Delta: How Can Our Pets Be Safe?

Reading Time: 2 minutesOn May 30th, Alejandro, an 8-year-old Pomeranian, died on a Delta Airlines flight from Phoenix to Newark with a stop at Detroit Metropolitan Airport. During the layover in Michigan, the dog was found unresponsive by a Delta flight attendant. As a pet in cargo, the death of Alejandro raises many concerns about Delta’s flying conditions

Southwest Airlines ESA Policy 

Reading Time: 4 minutesDo you know the Southwest Airlines ESA policy? Before you pack your bags—and your pooch or kitty, make sure you’re well aware of your responsibilities as a passenger! People suffering from emotional and mental disabilities such as post-traumatic stress disorder, bipolar disorder, and depression, may find the entire travel ordeal

Frontier Airlines ESA Policy

Reading Time: 4 minutesTraveling with your ESA has never been easier! The Frontier Airlines ESA policy acknowledges that traveling with an emotional support animal is intended to be a therapeutic experience. Unfortunately, if you do not prepare properly your emotional support animal may cause you more distress than comfort. While Frontier airlines allow pets,

Delta Emotional Support Animal Policy

Reading Time: 5 minutesTraveling with your emotional support animal on Delta Airlines can be easy and hassle-free! If you’re a person looking to travel with Delta Airlines, either with your pet or your furry emotional support buddy, then make sure you know the rules, regulations, and the crucial forms you must have to travel with them. Take CertaPet’s

United Airlines ESA Policy

Reading Time: 4 minutesUnited Airlines ESA policy is designed to ensure that everyone experiences a stress-free airplane ride! All you need to do is ensure you’ve met all their requirements so that you and your emotional support animal can travel stress-free! Take CertaPet’s Free Screening Test All product and Company names are Trademarks™ or

American Airlines ESA Policy

Reading Time: 5 minutesThe American Airlines ESA Policy has fantastic news for emotional support animals owners. If you’re traveling with AA, you can bring your ESA on the flight — as long as you follow their rules. The best part of it all is that they can travel in the cabin for free! Take CertaPet’s Free Screening Test All product and Company

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