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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Mixed breeds, DNA Testing
DO CAT MIXED BREEDS MATTER? Not so much. The fear of a cat ripping a kennel apart, and tearing into airplane power cables is non-existent, where it is forefront of concern with certain dog breeds. Only if the cat has a Brachiocephalic (pushed in nose) breathing problem, is there concern, since extremely few airlines accept Brachiocephalic breeds any more. For us to catch this obvious facial anomaly when we collect your cat from you is far too late to make sudden changes of airline. Instead, your cat will simply not fly on the day it was intended to, and you WILL pay hundreds, maybe even thousands of dollars more. BUT WHO'S FAULT IS THAT? YOURS! YOU LIVE WITH YOU CAT, YOU KNOW WHAT BREED IT IS.
When you employ Petflight Incorporated to handle the movement of your pet(s), we accept what you write to us, we accept what documentation your veterinarian gives us; but if (at any point in the shipping process) there is question raised by any party to the shipment about the breed of your pet(s) being prohibited, you are responsible for accepting all charges incurred from delay and/or reshipment/quarantine/other caused before/while/after a DNA test is done (REGARDLESS OF THE OUTCOME).
BRACHIOCEPHALIC These are snub nosed pets. They require a larger kennel size (than normal), to be accepted by extremely few airlines who will take them. Olde English Bulldogs cannot fly - no airline will accept them, they're too prone to dying in flight, no airline will even offer the owner a waiver to sign so they can fly.
Every time your veterinarian provides a certificate for work they do, they should have checked the microchip in your pet(s), their certificate also states a breed/breed mix.
Petflight Incorporated perfects your paperwork, we're not a vet, we don't pretend to know all breeds and breed mixes.
The veterinarian(s), that we use, check the health of your pet(s) and certify them fit to fly, or if not fit to fly, they will advise you/your vet. If simply an overnight, they are at the vet to de-stress your pet(s), and keep an eye on them. Vets generally agree on the breed of pets; however, if our vet assesses your pet is not the breed/mix stated on your certificates, and if the shipment stops because of it, you are responsible for costs incurred and delays resulting, regardless of the outcome of a DNA test if such is required to move your pet(s).
Boston Terriers, Boxers, Bulldogs, Bullmastiffs, Chow Chows, Chin, Dutch Pugs (Mopshond, Mops Hund, Carlino) English Bulldogs, English Toy Spaniels (King Charles Cocker Spaniels), French Bulldogs, Lhasa Apso, Neopolitan Mastiffs, Mastiffs, Pekinese, Pugs, Shar-Pei, Shih Tzu, Staffordshire Bull Terriers, and Tibetan Spaniels.
American Burmese, Exotic shorthair, Himalayan, Persian, American Wirehair, British Shorthair, Colorpoint Persian, Scottish Fold
OVERSIZE DOGS If the extra large kennel is still too small for your dog, the Toronto IATA approved kennel maker will make one in wood. They will require you to accurately measure your dog, and properly fill in their measurements form which a kennel will be built from. If you measure incorrectly, they will build incorrectly, and the airline will refuse your dog - and who's to blame? YOU ARE! So you will remeasure your dog again, and pay them again, and weeks will go by while they build a new kennel, and so on, and so on. You should really do it right the first time.
It doesn't matter what pet shipper you use, if the airline sees that a pet is too large for the kennel it is in, they will refuse it, until a larger kennel is purchased, all of the documentation changed that shows the smaller kennel, and the additional air freight has been paid (if they have the space on the flight for the larger kennel). This is why we ask you to measure your pet very carefully. We know what the airline is going to accept - it's one of those things you pay us to know. If you have your own kennel it should be in like new condition (no deformations, no holes, no cracks, no rust). If at any time we say that a kennel size is too small for your pet, IT IS TOO SMALL. If we say it is too old, broken, rusty, or just not acceptable, then the airline is going to say the same thing if we take your cracked, broken, rusty crate there, and they refuse to fly your pet, and you will pay for a new kennel, and the cost difference for freight, and all our additional costs for taking your pet back, and changing everything, and who's to blame? YOU ARE!