25 Mar Travel ban on snub-nosed breeds
With the hot season just around the corner, we want to bring to attention for pet parents with snub-nosed breeds ((Brachycephalic), both dogs (Pugs, Bulldogs, Boston terriers, Cavalier King Charles, for example) and cats (British Shorthairs, Persians, Scottish fold, for example) and the approaching travel ban for these breeds.
Most airlines do not allow these breeds to fly from May 1st until September last. But it’s not as simple as that. The ban is also temperature based, which means if the temperature is above 27 degrees Celsius at departure airport or arrival airport, these breeds are not allowed to fly. The temperature might stop snub-nosed pets from departing and arriving much later in the season than October 1st.
Please do plan your travels.