Getting our furry friends airborne

How are we helping our friends to fly? We have been working hard behind the scenes to drum up interest – and cash – in order to get our pet parents and their fluffies reunited. In April, our Co-founder Marta took part in the Bright Red Sparks pitching competition with Bright Red Triangle. Bright Red

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Become a transport volunteer

How to become a flight volunteer

Do you have a passion for animals and travelling the world? 🐕💛✈Have you ever wondered if there was a way to combine the two?! If you answered yes to the questions above, then this is for you. Here at Help Dog Fly, we are expanding the ways in which you can get involved in helping

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10 Toxic Foods to Avoid Feeding Your Dog or Cat

Many human foods are toxic or unhealthy for dogs and cats to consume. It’s essential to keep human foods out of reach of pets and feed them pet-specific foods formulated to meet their nutritional needs. Read about it, inform yourself and give your dog or cat real food. If you suspect your pet has ingested

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Where do dogs and cats travel on planes?

Dogs and cats can travel on planes in the cargo hold or the cabin, depending on the animal’s size and the airline’s regulations. The cargo hold is the area of the plane where luggage and other large items are stored. This is where most pets, including dogs and cats, are transported on planes. The cargo

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How to adopt a dog abroad

If you’re considering adopting a dog abroad, you’re in for a rewarding experience. Not only will you be giving a deserving animal a loving home, but you’ll also be able to enjoy the unique bond that comes with being a pet parent. However, it’s important to remember that adopting a dog abroad comes with its

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tip to fly with your cat

Essential Tips for Flying with Your Cat

Flying with your cat… Are you crazy?? As the owner of a cat, or multiple cats, I’m sure you know how fond they are of doing anything that involves leaving their comfort zone. I own two myself and the thought of taking them to the vet, five minutes up the road scares me at times,

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