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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Reports, and articles from as far back as June 1997 from the Animal Transport Association (ATA), the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), and the American Humane Association (AHA) contain excellent advice why animals should never be tranquillized for air travel.
SEDATION DEADLY TO PETS AVMA pointed out that increased altitude can create respiratory and cardiovascular problems for dogs and cats sedated in any manner (pills, injections, 'all-natural' sprays). Brachiocephalic dogs and cats are especially effected. When deaths occur, they often result from the use of sedation. These facts are often not clearly pointed out by vets to pet owners.
LOWER BLOOD PREASSURE IATA Live Animals Regulations states that "sedation of animals, except under certain conditions, and carried out under veterinary direction, is not recommended." This is because most, if not all, commonly used tranquillizing drugs have the effect of lowering the blood pressure - something which occurs naturally at high altitudes. The air pressure of an aircraft in flight is set at the equivalent of approximately 8,000 feet. The combination of altitude and drugs potentially doubles the effect, which is often fatal in stressed animals.
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All pets are placed in a pressurized, heated, and ventilated cargo compartment located just below the passenger compartments. For flight, the lights are dimmed, mimicking night, so pets will naturally sleep.
Petflight accepts your pet, to be held at the registered Veterinary Hospital of our choice for 2-5 days. We either pick up your pet(s) from your home, or you deliver to us. Everything proceeds in a calm, ordered fashion, with plenty of time. Your pet will be in a larger confine (or run) than the travel kennel, the veterinary hospital staff have been working with our pre-flight process for years, even though their facility is new, with all the latest equipment. On the flight day, your pet(s) are picked up from them in plenty of time, and taken to the airline, where we see them through the various check in processes. Pets are curious little creatures, and respond well to the calm of others.
Sedation of any kind is bad for your pet