Paris Aéroport advice
If you don't have a carrier
, don't panic! Your airline
may sell you one suitable for the air transportation of your two or four-legged angel (or one without legs, naturally, but then we might not be talking about an angel!)
To ensure that your pet does not go exploring around the hold, remember to reinforce the cage (e.g. with packaging tape
This will prevent you facing any abuse from other passengers whose suitcases were in the hold with your pet...
If your dog or cat,
or any other beloved animal is fearful or sensitive to motion sickness, consult your veterinarian who will prescribe appropriate medication
If your pet is travelling in the hold, remember to leave them with a small water bowl and food,
as well as a mat
or absorbent pad
, so they can do their business if they can’t hold it in any longer.
Check the state of veterinary services in the country of destination
, as well as the necessary
entry and exit documents
for your pet. This will avoid very unpleasant surprises.