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Flying a Dog to the US

Flying a Dog to the US

Postby LoDaWei » 11 Mar 2015, 19:59

Does anyone on here have any experience flying a dog back to the US from Taiwan? She's too big to fit under the seat, so I know I'll have to ship her as cargo in one of those big kennels. I'm getting a lot of conflicting information from Airline staff about what I need to do. It reminds me of why I try to avoid asking Taiwanese people for directions - because they will give me directions, regardless of whether they know how to get there. I like to someone who has done it.

Thanks!
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Re: Flying a Dog to the US

Postby tommy525 » 11 Mar 2015, 23:36

The subject has been covered here. What airline are you using? I used EVA when I left Taiwan with two cats. They were very helpful as to what is needed. There is an exact procedure you MUST follow.
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Re: Flying a Dog to the US

Postby urodacus » 12 Mar 2015, 13:19

What kind of engines does your dog have? is it high wing or low wing?

these have a big bearing on how easy it would be to fly your dog home.
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Re: Flying a Dog to the US

Postby Ducked » 13 Mar 2015, 06:32

Perhaps a Sopwith Pup? Rather underpowered by modern standards though, and despite the name, rather old.
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