How do I prepare my pet for the flight?
While we understand that pet relocation can be overwhelming, we want you to stay calm and realise that pets traveling in private jets already have it much easier than pets traveling in cargo hold. If you’re flying your pet for the first time or after a long gap, a few simple steps would make air travel a lot more comfortable for them.
Of course there are measures that you can adopt to extend further ease to your pet. Weeks or days before you fly, begin by introducing the sound of an airplane engine to your him/her, potentially at a very low level while rewarding them with a treat so they begin associating the sound of it with a positive connection. Experiment this in other settings, outdoors, in your car or at higher volumes until you feel like he/she is no longer afraid of the sound. It’s important to take their cues. If you feel like your pet isn’t responding well to the sounds, don’t panic. In this case, you could also consult with an authorised pet healthcare provider for tips, behavioural patterns or any other affecting factors to reduce your pet’s anxiety and stress level to better equip them for their travels.
Alternatively, you also have an option to opt in for premium training academies that specialise and offer one to two week courses to acclimatise your pet to air travel conditions. Now these are a steep investment but encompass trainers that introduce and familiarise your pet with elements like sounds they’re likely to experience, smell of gas, vibration i.e. turbulence and combating with loss of balance plus, coping with constant movement and air pressure.
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