Most of us (especially those reading this blog) are probably pretty experienced travelers, but have you ever tried to take a long trip with your dog in tow? It can be a total hassle.
For one thing, there are rules and regulations pretty much everywhere. If you enjoy taking long trips with lots of stops, you may run into a different set of rules at pretty much every destination.
And you’ll almost certainly encounter rules for every method of travel—especially with airlines. Most airlines have their own sets of rules regarding traveling with dogs, and they can be pretty annoying. For example, did you know that airlines reserve the right to turn dogs away for any reason (although they usually do so when a dog looks scared, stressed out, sick, or aggressive)? You also might not know that you’re required to arrive two hours before your flight.