Tips for Flying with a Pet Quiz

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Tips for Flying with a Pet Quiz
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Many people like to fly with their pets, but did you know there are certain things you can do to make the trip safer and more enjoyable for both you and your pet? Take this tips for flying with a pet quiz to see what you know.
Most airlines offer pets the opportunity to travel in which part of the plane?
In the plane's cabin
In the cargo hold
All of the above
Most airlines allow pets to travel in either the plane's cabin or cargo hold.5 Tips for Flying with Your Pet

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Just about every airline in the world requires what before your pet can board a flight?
Proof of good health from a vet
Just about every airline in the world requires documentation from a veterinarian that your pet is in good health before it can board a flight.5 Tips for Flying with Your Pet
Identification tags
None of the above

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How early should you get the clean bill of health from the vet?
One month before the flight.
No earlier than 10 days before the flight.
Don't visit the vet too early, however. Most airlines require that your pet's clean bill of health be no more than 10 days old. 5 Tips for Flying with Your Pet
Three months before the flight.

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Which of the following statements is true?
Tranquilizers help make flights easier for some pets.
As anxious as you might get while traveling, pets are sometimes more so, especially when flying. Being placed in a crate and stowed with a lot of other equally anxious animals makes traveling rough for your pet. To help make the ride a little smoother, consider giving your pet tranquilizers. 5 Tips for Flying with Your Pet
Tranquilizers are very controversial when it comes to pet travel.
Tranquilizers are illegal when traveling over seas.

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Which of the following statements is true?
It’s a bad idea to share your own prescription tranquilizers with your pet.
Some sedatives (like Valium) work in both humans and pets.
All of the above
You won't want to share any of your own prescription tranquilizers. While some sedatives like diazepam (Valium) work on both humans and animals, the dosage will be different for your pet. Instead, ask your vet for a prescription when you take your pet for its pre-flight physical. 5 Tips for Flying with Your Pet

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Which of the following statements is true?
The American Humane Association advocates the use of tranquilizers.
The American Humane Association suggests you skips tranquilizers when traveling by air.
The American Humane Association suggests you skip tranquilizers and sedatives for your pet altogether when traveling by air.5 Tips for Flying with Your Pet
The American Humane Association is indifferent when it comes to animal tranquilizers.
None of the above

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Why does the American Humane Society suggest that you skip tranquilizers for your pet when it comes to air travel?
Sedated animals have trouble breathing at higher altitudes.
The American Humane Association suggests you skip tranquilizers and sedatives for your pet altogether when traveling by air. Sedated animals may have trouble breathing at higher altitudes, especially short-faced dogs and cats prone to respiratory distress. Your pet may be much more anxious during the trip, but the likelihood of respiratory distress may decrease.5 Tips for Flying with Your Pet
Tranquilizers are considered inhumane.
All of the above.

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Which of the following statements is true?
All hotels and vacation destinations welcome pets.
Pets are not welcome at all hotels and vacations destinations.
Unless you're traveling with a service animal, you may find that your pet is not welcome where you're staying on vacation. Don't assume your pet will be allowed in your hotel room. Instead, make this possibility a part of your travel planning. It will prevent you and your pet from encountering any unpleasant surprises when you arrive. 5 Tips for Flying with Your Pet
Only service animals or seeing-eye dogs are allowed at hotels and vacations destinations (no exceptions).
all of the above

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When traveling abroad with a pet, it is important to understand your destination's what?
Quarantine policy
When traveling abroad, you should call the consulate or embassy at your destination to find out details on the nation's pet quarantine policy. Animals living in different parts of the world may carry different diseases they've become immune to, but when animals that haven't developed immunity are exposed, a deadly outbreak can occur. As a result, many nations and territories have strict quarantine policies. Even in the U.S. state of Hawaii, pets that don't meet the state's import requirements may be quarantined for up to 120 days. 5 Tips for Flying with Your Pet
Animal waste policy
None of the above

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In order for your pet to be allowed in the plane's cabin, it must:
be in a carrier that fits under the seat in front of you.
be in a carrier that allows it to stand and turn around inside.
all of the above
Most airlines that allow pets in the passenger cabin require the pet carrier be small enough to be stowed under the seat in front of you. This doesn't mean you can cram your pet into any small carrier; airlines dictate your pet must be able to stand up and turn around inside. 5 Tips for Flying with Your Pet

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