Do all airlines accept to fly snub-nosed pets?
Pets that are snub-nosed i.e. short-nosed are brachycephalic breeds and come under the category of high risk of being prone to respiratory disorders. This is due to their shortened snouts which makes it harder for them to breath, even under normal circumstances plus, they require longer coof down periods too. Many airlines refuse to fly these breeds because of the risks involved however given the right pre-care, prep and precautionary measures relocating your pet is a breeze and absolutely secure.
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