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International Travel Animal Style

by Anne Middleton, on June 11th, 2015

Johnny Depp got international attention for smuggling his dogs into Australia.  Thought that’s cooled off, should you want to travel with your pet, you’ve got a bit of homework to do…and no, the dog-ate-the-homework excuse won’t work.  Here are a few tips.

First, pets are dogs and cats only, at least for travel purposes.  Your gecko, cockatiel, angel fish and gerbil won’t be able to make the trek.  Our feathered, scaled and finned friends are usually designated as wildlife by customs.  Many airlines also have breed restrictions, so be sure to check in with your carrier.  Do not plan a trip with Fluffy or Spot without at least six weeks advance prep.  Call the airline directly to get your darling Dalmatian accommodated.  Day of flight, use your new Microsoft Lumia 640 to be on time for your flight.  Cortana, your virtual personal assistant, will keep you abreast of any last-minute flight changes.  T-Mobile will give your free shipping using our codes.

Tagg the Pet Tracker is sort of like nanny cam and GPS for pets.  Monitor your pet’s activity levels and GPS activity using this app available on Google Play.  Never fret over where Rover is roaming again with this app installed on your Android devices.  Get great deals on droids with $50 off and free shipping from Verizon with our codes.

You won’t have to smuggle a pet abroad with some preparation.  Fido and Fifi will appreciate your preparation and using our codes, you can save on great mobile deals too.  If you’re looking to go abroad, with pet or not, check out our offerings with Verizon and T-Mobile.