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Travel Kennels are subject to IATA standards

Travel Kennels are subject to IATA standards (airline regulators). Many other travel boxes are refused by the transport airline. It is wise to examine the travel boxes illustrated here and compare them to the kennel you may already have. 

If you are not sure, or need further help – please contact us. If you require us to acquire a suitable travel kennel on your behalf, please mention it in your email.



Below is a guide to the size of travel kennels, along with which breeds they are suitable for. Like you, we are concerned for your pet's safety and comfort during transportation. The airlines share this concern, and their regulations reflect it.
 
It is vital that your pet(s) travel in a crate of the correct size and type. Your pet must be able to stand, sit and turn around comfortably in the crate.


Small (21 X 16 X 15) clip_image002[5]
Medium (27 X 20 X 19)
Intermediate (32 X 22 X 23)
Large (36 X 24 X 26)
Extra Large (40 X 27 X 30)
Giant (48 X 21 X 35)

Small Medium Intermediate
Cats
Chihuahua
Maltese
Pomeranian
Shih Tzu
Silky Terrier
Beagle
Bulldog
Cats
Chihuahua
Chow Chow
Cocker Spaniel
Dalmatian
Lhasa Apso
Maltese
Miniature Poodle
Pekingese
Pomeranian
Shar-Pei
Shih Tzu
Silky Terrier
Toy Poodle
Bulldog
Cairn Terrier
Cats
Chow Chow
Dalmatian
Lhasa Apso
Pug
Shar-Pei
West Highland White Terrier
Large Extra Large Giant
Airedale Terrier
Boxer
Bulldog
Cairn Terrier
Cats
Chihuahua
Chow Chow
Dachshund
Dalmatian
Fox Terrier
Labrador Retriever
Lhasa Apso
Maltese
Miniature Poodle
Pomeranian
Pug
Scottish Terrier
Shar-Pei
Standard Poodle
West Highland White Terrier
Airedale Terrier
Boxer
Doberman Pinscher
German Shepherd
Great Dane
Greyhound
Labrador Retriever
Retrievers
Rottweiler
Saint Bernard
Setters
Standard Poodle
Great Dane
Greyhound
Saint Bernard

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