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A professional pet transport company such as Dogtainers can make booking your pets travel interstate and overseas a simple and stress free experience. Dogtainers advise of any paperwork or permits that are required, take care of airline paperwork for you, book flights, arrange kennelling, and can even organise a collection or delivery from your residence if required.
All Dogtainers pet transport crates meet IATA regulations, are sized to each individual pet and come with a water container to ensure their comfort during travel.
Domestic Airlines can fly puppies and kittens from 8 weeks of age all the way through to seniors. Baby puppies and kittens younger than 12 weeks, senior pets over 12 years of age, pregnant animals, brachycephalic (snub-nosed) breeds, or pets that are not in perfect health (recovering from surgery, etc) may need a vet health certificate to fly with some airlines.
No vaccination certificates are required to be sighted by any domestic airline, however proof of treatments such as a hydatid worming treatment are required for entry to certain states such as Tasmania.
Some domestic airlines may have specific regulations regarding the transport of some species or breeds, where specialised crates may be needed and permits and licenses may need to travel with the pet during transport.