Petflight Inc is a pet shipping company that arranges the transport of your pet cats and dogs flying from Toronto Canada. We are pet shippers in Toronto, pet shippers in Hamilton pet shippers in Brantford. pet shippers in London and Sarnia shipping pets from Gravenhurst, Fort Erie, Peterborough, St Catharines, Welland, Oshawa, Orillia, Kawartha Lakes and Cambridge, Kitchener, Hagersville Sarnia and St. Thomas. Pet transportation from Toronto, we fly pet cats and dogs from toronto, using airline flag carries like Air Canada, Air New Zealand, Qantas, JAL, Lufthansa, TAP Air Portugal, and KLM to fly your pets to destinations like London England, Hong Kong, Singapore, Melbourne Australia, New Zealand, Bombay India, Rome Italy, Frankfurt Germany, Zurich Switzerland, Amsterdam, Spain and Portugal. Petflight Inc has quoted and flies pet cats and dogs to Mexico city, Panama, Havana Cuba, Dominican Republic, Georgetown Cayman Islands, and the Bahamas. Call PetFlight now to arrange flight of your oversize dogs, and small cats (Terrier, Shepherd, Foxhound, Collie, Mastiff, Corgi, Spaniel, Chow Chow, Setter, Great Dane, and any size domestic pet cat). We also arrange flights to Madagascar, (Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Oman); Turkey, Syria, Israel - Capetown South Africa and Johannesburg. Call us for boarding your pet. Petflight Inc., Lyon Petmobile VIP Pet Shippers Best Boarding Worldwide Pet Travel, Pet Relocate, and Flight Inc. Worldwide pet transportation of pet and cats from Toronto Canada Petflight Inc, fly pet cats and dogs transportation moving Toronto, pet moving Toronto. PETFLIGHT - We can fly your pets to China, Burma, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, Japan, and Afghanistan, Argentina, Chile, Peru, Columbia, Venezuela, Guyana Suriname, and the Caribbean. We buy the kennel for your pets breed size and health concerns at the same Pet Value price that you would pay (no markup) and fly on our PetFlight service from Toronto using a worldwide network of pet shipping agents. Call us today.
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WHY DOES THE AIRLINE REQUIRE YOUR PET HOURS BEFORE FLIGHT? Trained airline employees known as "load masters" enter the individual kennel dimensions and weights in to their computer schematic. These computer models constantly recalculate oxygen use, and fuel requirements to safely make the journey, while distancing your pets away from hazardous cargoes, as the airline's warehouse receives each piece. It is very complicated, and it takes time.
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THE AIRLINE REQUIRES THAT YOUR PET IS AT THE AIRPORT AT LEAST 4 - 8 HOURS PRIOR TO FLIGHT Depending on the destination, this is a requirement of all airlines. They are considering the safety of the pets, and the passengers - it is quite apart from our service, and is unavoidable.
WHERE DO MY PETS GO IN THE AIRPLANE? Your pet will travel in a pressurized, heated, and oxygenated cargo compartment located just below the passenger compartment. Kennels are tied down to thin steel skids that are firmly fixed to the cargo deck which precludes any kennel movement. Many dogs, and cats might be on a flight, and there may also be other live cargo such as bees, day old chicks, lobsters, fish, horses, even a tiger or two in the belly of the aircraft with (but away from) printing presses, antique cars, rubber duckies, and passenger luggage.
Beyond mundane paperwork, your pet is at our choice of veterinary hospital to be sure it has no tranquilizers in their system, and to be certain they really are healthy enough, and fit enough for air travel - we have a perfect record, we don't want it ruined. The animal hospital prepares your pets with love, and caring so the fear has usually been replaced with curiosity, having adjusted to being away from home for these few days. You will be told if your pets' health is clearly a problem to be confronted, and the pet will not fly if the vet does not sign (or takes back) your pets health certificate before flight.
DAYS BEFORE FLIGHT Ever since we started Petflight, we have always separated pet from owner for at least 48 hours (long before 9-11). In the few days between pickup from you, and flight, while your pet(s) remain at our vet, time is spent by our vet perfectly completing the last work required (against our instructions), they finish documenting their work, and your own vet's work, and they certify it all. In the days prior to flight, we pick up that finished set of documents, we check it for any perceived errors, and if it's perfect we take it to the CFIA, where they carefully scrutinize it all before certifying. We then email the set to the destination agent for them to comment on, giving time (still) to correct that perfect set of documents before flight (it's happened - our vet is human, we're human, even vets at the CFIA are human).
Since September 11th 2001, safety screening has become more stringent, taking more time to accomplish as crates and boxes are X-Rayed, and/or searched. If you decide to forego a pet shipper's service, you will find yourself in the airline's noisy, beeping, banging, screeching, scraping, big and scary warehouse, taking your pet out of it's kennel, while the kennel is hand searched for explosives, weapons, drugs, diamonds, and electronic devices. When they are quite satisfied that the kennel is not going to explode, or hide something it shouldn't, then they decide if the kennel is acceptable for flight, and then if your pet is in the right size kennel, if it is a breed they will carry, if you put everything in the kennel it should have in it, on it, and securing it.
SURPRISE ! We've seen it dozens of times - we are at the airport, someone is privately trying to check their own pet in to an airline. They are surprised, and indignant that the kennel they crammed their pet in to is inadequate, their paperwork is incomplete, the breed is one the airline doesn't accept. They're late for their own flight, they didn't see why it's such a fuss to put their pet on a plane, and the airline representative is trying to explain because their documentation isn't CFIA certified, or that it's not even complete, their dog will not fly. When it is all together, the cost of the kennel that it should be flying in makes the freight two thousand dollars more, but they'll have to rebook some other month because their dogs' tests and exams will be out of date by Monday. If you think this is an overstated case, it's not - it happens all the time.
EMOTIONAL SUPPORT ANIMALS have been pretty much banned from airlines due to an overabundance of misuse of the airlines' generosity. At one point, there were emotional support peacocks strutting through the cabin, rabbits, turtles, ponies, Saint Barnards (you name it), so now, if the airline will allow it at all, airlines require you get an original doctors' letter proving the case for just how emotionally berserk you get without. Petflight Inc., will not work on your pet move if its not in the appropriate kennel for it's breed, size, weight, and age, and stowed in the live cargo hold of the aircraft (not on the seat beside you, not under the seat in front, not in the cabin).
With a pet shipper, you forgo these last second surprises. Petflight is well aware of the size kennel your pet(s) have to be in (based on the dimensions you gave), we've been working (for at least the last month) with you and your vet to get perfected documents out of you, it's all been finished at our vet, certified, and we've confirmed all the perfect paperwork will be accepted at the destination, and (importantly) the airlines know us - they know that the pets we tender are healthy, the kennel is proper, the labels are correct, the paperwork is right, and that the pet has been de-stressed at a vet clinic for at least 48 hours prior to flight (longer for some destination). Avoid the surprises, use a pet shipper who knows what they're doing.