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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BREED MIXES really apply more to dogs than cats for airline acceptance, and destination clearance, but an airline will stop a breed of cat that they refuse to fly (brachiocephalics). If you're not sure what mix of breed your dog is, because (for example) you bought it from the pound, or had it given to you, it is very important to find out from your vet or (even better) get a DNA test well before flight. Your vet should have made an accurate assessment, but even there, one vet may call it predominantly one breed, and another vet may opinion differently. Example: The difference between a Bernese Mountain dog/Labrador mix, and a Rottweiler/Shepherd mix (it looks the same, but it's very different). Where you tell us you have a mutt with these dims and that weight, we can no longer quote - the airline must be made aware what they're flying - you must tell us. Your vet must be specific on the certificates they provide, and their assessment could stop the shipment from happening if there is even the slight resemblance to a breed the airline or destination refuses. Being deceptive only hurts you because your pet won't fly, or will be refused entry at destination (which is way worse because it will have got there, and now you're paying to return it!!) WHO'S FAULT IS IT? YOURS FOR NOT HAVING A DNA TEST OR BREEDERS CERTIFICATE PROVING BREED.
HOW TO FIND OUT WHAT BREED MIX YOUR DOG IS The first person you should ask is your vet; however, even vets can be a bit mystified. Just because your vet thought its breed might be "X" on their certificate doesn't mean your dog is that breed, it might be "Y". The one true measure of knowing for sure what your dog is mixed with is to do a DNA TEST. Accu-Metrics (located in Toronto, Canada, and all across North America) will send out a test kit, you swab, send it back, and within about 3 weeks you have a complete breakdown of your dogs DNA identification. Under no circumstances could you ever mis-declare a pet breed when you know it is really something else. Only you lose when your pet gets stopped at any point along the move by anyone who thinks it looks like a banned breed.
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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).