United Airlines Accepts Cats and Dogs Again!
United Airlines hasrecently updated their PetSafe Program guidelines for sending your furry friend across the ocean. If you are planning to move soon and bring your pet with you, you should take some time and read through these rules and regulations that might apply to your pet. If you don’t have a pet, but plan to have one soon, this information might prove very useful if you plan to move at any time in the future.
United has announced their plan to resume their booking and transport for cats and dogs via PetSafe over the summer. The new and revised policies they will implement will improve the safety of pets and their travel experience. But take note that their policies affect the breeds they accept, reservation timeframe, maximum number of connecting flights, crate size, etc. Additionally, and this one is the most important, United accepts bookings ONLY from IPATA members please call Continental International Moving 010-87625110-806.
Here’s everything you need to know, in a nutshell. These will be effective as of June 18th 2018.
What pets can I bring?
United Airlines allows only for cats and dogs. No other household pet or animal is accepted.
When should I make a reservation?
Allow reservations beginning June 18, 2018 for pets traveling on the same flight as their pet parent or guardian beginning July 9, 2018.
Allow reservations beginning July 16, 2018 for pets traveling alone for travel beginning July 30, 2018.
What breeds are NOT accepted for cats and dogs?
Here are some examples of dogs and cats that are NOT accepted.
American Pit Bull Terrier/Pit Bull
Japanese Chin/Japanese Spaniel
Tosa/Tosa Inu/Japanese Mastiff/JapaneseTosa
There are many elements you will need to consider when shipping a pet abroad, we don’t make rules, we don’t run airline, we can’t control weather. But we are the experts in the field.
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