Travel Dog Kennels
A dog crate seems easy enough when it comes to traveling with your hunting retriever. After all, how much science and forethought is really necessary to finding the best dog kennel?
Think about this: what if you have a wreck on the way to the hunt?
Does thinking through how you travel with your dog to a hunt matter then? Absolutely it does.
Do you know if your dog crate is going to make hold up in the crash? Is your dog kennel or the dog itself going to coming flying through your back window? Is your hunting retriever going to survive the crash?
If you are a hunter who loves to hunt with dogs, then it’s blatantly obvious that you love your dog. You’ve spent a ton of money on that dog. Would it not makes sense to think through some travel-related wisdom before you head out on your next hunt?
Confession . . .
With every hunting retriever I’ve ever owned, I confess that I never thought that much about what kind of dog crate or dog kennel I purchased. Like most duck hunters, I let price be the main attractant.
What I wasn’t thinking about was the safety and longevity of my duck dog. No one ever gave me insights on how to travel with a hunting retriever.
The Golden Rule About A Dog Crate . . .
Use the dog crate to your advantage. Make it home for your hunting retriever. That way, when you travel, your dog has home away from home no matter what.
In this video, you’re going to encounter several game-changing insights to traveling with a dog crate that will insure the longevity of your hunting retriever.
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Harness ok for dog traveling in kennel on plane? | Yahoo Answers
I think its a good idea, you can put his tags on the harness ring too, very helpful just in case.
Also helps with controlling the dog when it gets to its destination and the crate is opened up. I am sure he is going to want to run out of it by then.
One recommendation though, please make sure the day they fly that the weather is warm/cool enough for them. Remember that the cargo hold is not heated or air conditioned.
Can a dog travel in any kennel? | Yahoo Answers
If she is traveling by car, it really doesn't matter but, if she is flying, she will have to buy an airline approved crate. They can show them to her at the pet store and she can decide which one would be best for her dog and in her price range. But, if the crate is not airline approved, they will not allow the dog on the plane.