I first flew with Wynston on an airplane back in 2015. I remember being really nervous because I didn’t know what to expect. Would it be stressful? How nervous was Wynston going to be? What if he got sick? How much of a hassle was the whole process? These were all questions that I’d soon get the answer to, and it took a couple of airplane trips to really get a flying routine into place. While everyone’s dog and travel experience is different, I now have some super great tips for flying on an airplane with your pup. I’ve managed to make airline travel with a canine companion painless and fun. Here are some tips for traveling on an airplane with a dog.
Traveling is an activity that I’ve always enjoyed, but I’ve never been over-the-top excited to go out of my way to do it. It can potentially be expensive, exhausting and stressful. However, 2017 was a tough year for me, and recently I decided I wanted to get out of my comfort zone and expand my horizons. I started doing so by traveling with Wynston – just he and I. Through our experiences, I’ve learned that traveling can take on a whole new dynamic if you bring a companion pet. Traveling with a dog has proven to be mentally and emotionally beneficial not only for me but also for those around me. Here’s what I’ve learned from traveling with Wynston.