We can’t stress enough how important it is for your pet to have the right travel kennel that it’s comfortable in, both physically and emotionally. Not only do we highly recommend you follow our kennel guidelines, but we want you to get your pet acclimated and comfortable in their travel kennel before the flight. A pet’s comfort level with their kennel makes all the difference in managing a pet’s travel-related stress and making their journey a safe and comfortable one.
External Dimensions (inches)
|100*||21 x 16 x 15||7 lbs|
|200||27 x 20 x 19||13 lbs|
|300||33 x 22 x 23||18 lbs|
|400||36 x 24 x 26||24 lbs|
|500||40 x 27 x 30||32 lbs|
|600||48 x 32 x 35||51 lbs|
* Domestic flights only
Make sure you've chosen the right kennel for the animal being transported. All kennels must meet the IATA Live Animal Regulations. As a general guideline, please make sure your pet can sit, stand and move around within its closed kennel, without touching the sides. Please follow the kennel requirements to ensure the safest transportation of your pet.
Keep in mind that two dogs or two cats may share the same kennel if each is less than 20 lbs. and less than six months old, so long as the pets are comparable in size and temperament.
On the date of travel, you’ll also need to supplement your pet’s kennel with the following materials, labels and security:
After our team performs a visual screening of the pet at check-in, releasable cable ties will be attached to all four corners of the kennel door. We will provide these ties at no cost. If you prefer, you may provide your own ties or sealing mechanisms, provided they can be removed prior to screening without the use of tools.