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Should pets be sedated during air travel?

This is one of the most frequent questions asked to our team and one of the most easily answered: no.

Sedation can increase the risk of heart and respiratory problems and injuries and many airlines now require a signed statement to confirm that your pet has not been sedated before flying.

If your pet has a nervous temperament there are other ways to minimise the stress of travelling. The most effective is to acclimatise your pet to their crate as far in advance as possible to significantly help to relax your pet during their journey.