Not “what breed?” or “how old?”, often the first question I asked by a German when out dog walking is “does he go in the cabin?”. It seems that as a nation they’re rather obsessed with exploring the best way to get their beloved pooch from home A to second-home B – and they’re not alone.
Over two million domestic animals take a commercial flight each year and, with the pandemic sparking a rise in pet ownership, it’s a slice of the travel industry that’s only going to get bigger. A significant percentage of owners simply will not globetrot without their pets, or opt for infrequent short holidays as a compromise, yet with an explosion in paws-friendly accommodation, the airlines would do well to normalize the situation.
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